About the blue cow “It Sees”
This surprising blue cow of the Museum Edition collection is a miniature replica of the life size fiberglass cow created for CowParade Tokyo Marunouchi 2008. Artist Inushige created this whimsical piece of art that features a cow standing covered of rounded black and white characters wisth big mouthes watching at the public. No matter from where the public looks at the blue cow, all characters eyes are on the watchers! Blue cow “It Sees” not only comes in a brand new packaging but also with a Cow Parade Certificate of Authenticity. The figurine is suitable for indoor use only. This blue cow figurine is the perfect gift idea for cow collectors.
- Artist: Inushige
- Shape: Standing Cow
- Type: Resin
- Size: The Museum Edition (Large, 12″ x 3.5″ x 8″)
- Event: CowParade Tokyo 2008
- Introduction Date: February 2014
Blue cow “It Sees” care Instructions
We recommend not putting the green and blue cow in direct sunlight; this might damage the paint or over time change the colors. To prevent the statue from getting dusty, we recommend wiping it every once in a while with a dust cloth.
About CowParade Tokyo 2008
Cows came back in Tokyo after five years of the fisrt exhibit in 2003. A herd of mammals grazed in the Marunouchi area of Tokyo as part of Cow Parade Tokyo Marunouchi 2008. Seventy-three cow and bull life-sized fiberglass sculptures occupied spaces on the streets and inside buildings in the area. The statues wnet to auction to raise money for charities after the exhibit.
About CowParade collectibles
CowParade “line of figurines belongs to top figurine collectibles in the world. There are over 500 statues grouped in four collection lines, and Meredith McCord “cow model belongs to this collection. Cowparade cow shapes have a copyright on. Knapp is the Swiss-born sculptor who created the cow models, in particular for the CowParade events. Pascal Knapp owns the copyrights to the standing, reclining, and grazing cow shapes mostly used in all CowParade exhibits.