Gromit Lightyear and Newshound among sculptures going on show in Cribbs Causeway.
The Grand Appeal has revealed the full line-up for the Gromit Unleashed exhibition, which includes popular sculptures from Pixar, Nick Park and Joanna Lumley among others.
The exhibition – which opens on July 25 and runs until September 4 at The Grand Appeal’s shop at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway – will feature 18 original sculptures from the successful 2013 trail.
Two of the trails most popular designs – Gromit Lightyear by Pixar and Newshound by Wallace and Gromit’s creator Nick Park – will be included.
Other celebrity sculptures include Poetry in Motion by Joanna Lumley, Oops A Daisy by TV gardener Diarmuid Gavin and Butterfly by milliner Philip Treacy MBE.
Gromit Unleashed attracted more than one million visitors from across the UK and around the world, with the 80 sculptures raising £2.3million at auction for The Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.
Sales of The Grand Appeal’s highly collectable Gromit Unleashed figurines and other merchandise have seen this total rise to £5million to date.
Other sculptures on show will include Antique Rose by Cath Kidston, Lancelot by designer Paul Smith, Doodles by Simon’s Cat creator Simon Tofield, plus Gromberry, Stat’s the Way to Do It, Lad, Sir Gromit of Bristol, Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion, Jack, Hullaballoon, Gromitasaurus, Blossom, Paisley and Collarfull.