The Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square was built in 1841 with the intention of holding an equestrian statue of William IV. The statue was never made due to a lack of funds, and instead it has stood empty. In recent years the plinth has been used to house temporary art.

Inspired by 2009’s Antony Gormley’s One & Other where 2,400 people were given a chance to be on the plinth to do whatever they wished for a short amount of time, we got a little bit imaginative in the Little Angel office. What if we could take over the Fourth Plinth and brand it as the Little Angel Fourth Plinth, complete with daily puppet shows?

It wasn’t enough to just ponder this, we had to envisage it… and thus we got creative. Here is the outcome:

The Fourth Plinth with Little Angel Branding:

Little Angel Fourth Plinth
An artist impression of how A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings would look if performed on the Fourth Plinth:

A Very Old Man on the Fouth Plinth
Jelly Bean Jack and the Fourth Plinth:

Jelly Bean Jack Fourth Plinth
How about a performance of Alice in Wonderland?

Alice in Wonderland Fourth Plinth
As you can see there is massive amounts of potential for Little Angel to take centre stage on the Fourth Plinth. We’d inspire, offer beautiful puppets and magical performances.

Hopefully these images have cheered you up in these cold days! Nothing like  a bit of day dreaming to get the creative juices pumping. What would you like to see on the Fourth Plinth?

To see what is actually going on the Fourth Plinth this year, see the official website here.