(auf dem Breitstrom der Gera)
Käpt'n Blaubär und Hein Blöd
Captain Bluebear and Harry Dim
fictional character - an anthropomorphic talking bear with blue fur - created by Walter Moers, originally in the German children's television program 'Die Sendung mit der Maus'. Hein Blöd acts as a buffoon character
Sculpture, made of laminated polyester resin, of Captain Bluebear and Harry Dim in a boat in the rvier Gera.
The orange-white jackets do not belong to the original statue, but were probably added for some kind of action.
KI.KA-Figuren in Erfurt
The KI.KA figures in Erfurt are ten sculptures of well-known figures from the field of children's media (KI.KA = Kinderkanal, Children's Channel). The idea to set up the figures goes back to the tenth anniversary of the children's channel in 2007.
The ten figures are, in chronological order:
- Bernd das Brot / Bernd the bread, July 2007, by Frank Meyer and Thomas Lindner.
- Sandmännchen / Little Sandman, October 2008, by Christian Paschold.
- Maus und Elefant / Mouse and Elephant, May 2009, by Frank Meyer (mouse) and Thomas Lindner (elephant).
- Tigerente / Tiger duck, May 2009, by Thomas Lindner.
- Tabaluga, July 2009, by Thomas Lindner.
- Käpt'n Blaubär und Hein Blöd / Captain Bluebear and Harry Dim, September 2009, by Frank Meyer.
- Kikaninchen / KI.KA-rabbit, October 2010.
- Rabe Rudi und der sprechende Koffer / Raven Rudi and the talking suitcase, April 2012, by Thomas Lindner (at the airport, we haven't been there).
- Goldener Spatz / Golden Sparrow, June 2012, by Frank Meyer.
- Pittiplatsch, November 2017.
For a map with the KI.KA figures in Erfurt, click here.
Source: Wikipedia, KiKA-Figuren in Erfurt.
- Frank Meyer (Merseburg 1962),
German sculptor and painter
Location (N 50°58'38" - E 11°1'51")
Item Code: deth157; Photograph: 12 October 2018
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