Morph's Epic Art AdventureRelated: Family activities
Morph in the North!
The world’s first ever Morph art trail has hit the streets of North Tyneside.
Twenty individually designed Morph sculptures can be found in and around the borough’s town centres until Sunday 3 April.
Morph’s Epic Art Adventure sees colourful life-sized models of the Aardman favourite found in Whitley Bay, Wallsend, Killingworth, Forest Hall, Tynemouth, North Shields and Cullercoats.
The trail is inspired by the iconic clay character who made his TV debut in 1977 on the BBC children’s art programme Take Hart, alongside artist and presenter Tony Hart.
William Harbutt, the inventor of plasticine, was born in North Tyneside, so where better to have the world premiere of such an amazing attraction!?
The ’Morph’s Epic Art Adventure’ interactive app is available to download from the Android and Apple app stores now.
Android phone users can find the app by tapping or clicking here.
Apple iPhone users can find the app by tapping or clicking here.
Or just search for 'Morph's Epic Art Adventure' in your app store.
A very limited number of printed maps are available from local Customer First Centres and a map booklet to download and print at home is available right here.
Morph has been encouraging creativity in generations of kids for 45 years, with his adventures available on Sky Kids and his dedicated You Tube channel.
Morph’s Epic Art Adventure was created by Wild in Art and is presented by North Tyneside Council and North of Tyne Combined Authority.