‘Morph’s Epic Art Adventure,’ London’s First Accessible Art Trail, Opens

The public art trail features 56 life-sized Morphs on the streets of central London.
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June 21, 2023

"Morph’s Epic Art Adventure" Map
"Morph’s Epic Art Adventure" MapKids Industries, Whizz-Kidz, Wild in Art, Aardman

“Morph’s Epic Art Adventure” has opened in London. The step-free cultural event is the first accessible art trail and has been launched in collaboration with official creative partner,

Kids Industries (KI)

, in full attendance with Whizz-Kidz, Wild in Art, and


– the animation studio and creator of Morph.

The public art trail and tourist attraction features 56 life-sized Morphs on the streets of central London, located at some of its most iconic landmarks including St Paul's, Tate Modern, Tower of London, Shakespeare’s Globe and Borough Market.

As creative partner, KI has been collaborating with Whizz-Kidz to bring the event to life. This has involved designing and producing a plethora of materials (trail app, website, map, guidebook and dedicated social media channels) for both the run-up to the event and for the trail itself – to enable visitors to navigate the route, track down each sculpture and unlock fun facts and rewards.

Whizz-Kidz is embarking on a project to raise awareness

of the needs for young wheelchair users to be mobile, enabled and included in society, and to raise vital funds to support their work.

The money raised will enable the charity to provide life-changing wheelchairs and confidence-building opportunities for young wheelchair users in the capital and across the U.K. The Morph sculptures are canvases for conversations about diversity and inclusion for wheelchair users.

Morph sculpture, Aardman

Morph sculpture, Aardman

Each of the Morph sculptures stands at 6ft tall and is adorned with bespoke designs from a range of artists, supported by sponsors including Sky, Barratt Developments, EY, Kids Industries, Evenbreak, and Govia Thameslink Railway. Once the trail has closed, each of the bespoke Morph sculptures will be auctioned with the aim of raising £500,000 for Whizz-Kidz.

“We are delighted to launch ‘Morph’s Epic Art Adventure in London,’” says Sarah Pugh, chief executive, Whizz-Kidz. “This accessible and fun trail will bring the London business community, creative artists, schools and families together in the summer of 2023. The awareness and money raised will have a huge legacy for young wheelchair users we support for years to come.”

“We are totally thrilled to be working with the excellent charity Whizz-Kidz on London’s first step-free art trail,” says Peter Lord, co-founder, Aardman, creator, Morph. “I’m sure that local residents and visitors to London – young and old – will also be inspired to get creative and join Morph for an epic art adventure.”

“We are super excited to support the important work Whizz-Kidz does as the official Creative Partner on such an important project – giving our time and resources to make this a huge success,” says Gary Pope, chief executive officer, co-founder, Kids Industries. “The work that Whizz-Kidz does is incredible. Morph is incredible. London is incredible. Mashing the three together is pure genius – of course we wanted to be involved. After a year of work on this project, it’s thrilling to see the trail come to life and see first-hand how more children are able experience the epic-ness of London through a truly accessible adventure.”

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