Photo: Dawn Borg Costanzi
Gozo’s most recent export – a life-size crib made by artist Manwel Grech – is looking gorgeous today as the sun shines down onto St Peter’s Square in Rome.
This is the first time that a foreign-made crib is being exhibited in the square, and we’re loving how the artist made sure to bring some classic Malta symbols to the scene. There’s a luzzu, fishing paraphernalia, a Maltese balcony, and of course our beloved cross.
The crib is made from fibre-glass so as to be resistant to weathering. Looks like Malta’s sunny weather got shipped off with the scene as well. You can thank us later, Rome.