Whilst checking out the recent link to the old photographs of Birmingham we stumbled across a photograph of the old 'Red Cow' pub on Ludgate Hill. This pub inspired us during a recent ideas competition for the upgrade of the Great Charles Street footbridge in Birmingham.
We named it the '1..2..3.. bridge' after its rhythmic walking pattern. Our idea was to create a temporary public art display on the bridge that improved the crossing experience for pedestrians….this is where a big inflatable red cow came in as a nod to the former pub.
Check out the images in the gallery.