The Giants took over the streets of Perth at the weekend, attracting an audience of more than a million people.
The Incredible and Phenomenal Journey of the Giants to the Streets of Perth by France's Royal de Luxe left the city captivated, with the 6m high Little Girl Giant and the 11m high Diver Giant winning the hearts of children and adults alike as they strolled, scootered and floated through packed streets and parks.
The story, devised and directed by Royal de Luxe artistic director Jean-Luc Courcoult, was a commemoration of the Centenary of Anzac and a celebration of the Aboriginal community of Western Australia.
Perth Festival artistic director Jonathan Holloway said: "They say it takes a village to raise a child, but it takes a city to raise a Giant.
"Perth came together for this event and everyone embraced it. This is one of the largest examples of the extraordinary transformational quality of art."
The Giants kicked off the Perth Festival which over the next 20 days will include diverse and innovative cultural experiences involving more than 1000 artists from around the world.
The Perth Festival was initiated by The University of Western Australia in 1953, with the University a continuing partner to this day.
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