"Forget flashmob - this was more Morphmob. Outside London's Tate Modern, about 200 devotees gathered to pay tribute to their doyen of DIY art - Tony Hart.
The children's television presenter and art enthusiast passed away earlier this year aged 83. On Sunday some of his legions of fans decided to build a terracotta army of little orange men in his memory.
Scores of Morphs and his minions thronged a corner of the capital's South Bank. Their creators had fashioned them as a way of saying 'thank you'.
Speak to any of them and they would tell you Hart inspired them to get out there and create. "
Via: BBC News UK