Hello Kitty has come to life at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, CA thanks to Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP who constructed the fabulous feline out of 6800 cans of food (mostly tuna!). The giant sculpture titled ‘Hello Kitty, Goodbye Hunger’ depicts Hello Kitty sitting in a field with her picnic basket.
CANstructionOrange County invited Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP and other leading architects in the community to create the sculptures to celebrate National Child Awareness Month and the 10th Annual Festival of Children.
‘Hello Kitty, Goodbye Hunger’ and all the other spectacular sculptures will be on display at South Coast Plaza thru September 25th, so if you’re lucky enough to be in Southern California like me, get down there soon to see Kitty up close and personal and support the event! If you’re not a lucky local, enjoy all the great pics here at HelloKittyLover.com!
Don’t be sad when Kitty comes down on September 25th…the best thing about the event is that all the cans of food will be donated to the Orange County Food Bank! How great is that? Hello Kitty alone will feed a lot of starving needy people! What an awesome cause!
Source: Orange County Register