Take the entire Wolves in Wolves tour in just 12 minutes - with video
Join us on our virtual tour of Wolverhampton's biggest ever public art event in this Express & Star video.
We've condensed the entire trail into just 12 minutes, with each wolf split into YouTube chapters.
The project will run until September and has proved hugely popular, with wolf spotters arriving from all over the country to take part.
Maps are available to help people track down the individually designed sculptures.
While the trail should take two to three hours in total, Express & Star video journalist Juliet Hounam managed it in one hour 40 minutes (with a little help from Wolves in Wolves project manager, Jagtar Singh).
The artworks include The Fallen, in St Peter’s Gardens, which features the names of those who died whilst fighting for their country during the First World War.
Others already on display are Wolfy McWolf, near the train station, the ‘Love’ Wolf in St Peter’s Gardens and the ‘Garden’ wolf near the city’s bus station.
Not forgetting ‘Flame’ – the fire brigade wolf sitting outside the Express & Star offices in Queen Street, designed by Mark Lavendar and David Miller.
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