Gulliver tied up in Clapham

A 135-feet-long cut-out billboard of Jack Black has appeared in London to promote the forthcoming Gulliver’s Travels film

A 135-feet-long cut-out billboard of Jack Black has appeared in London to promote the forthcoming Gulliver’s Travels film

Nicknamed the ‘Clapham Colossus’, it is the biggest single poster site in the UK and sits alongside the railway tracks by Clapham Junction station. The entire JC Decaux site is 15 feet high and some 200 feet long.

 

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