Who would you most like to see immortalised in a statue in Trafalgar Square?
The Royal Society of Arts plans to erect a series of statues over the next five years, but has rejected the suggestion of Paul Gascoigne as chairwoman Prue Leith is concerned he might do something even more memorable than his previous feats. Like what, exactly, Prue?
Turner Prize winner Damien Hirst is a contender, as is Anthony Gormley, designer of the unpleasant Gateshead angel (DW 26 April).
What does the design community think? Do you have any heroes who you’d like to tower over you as you cheer drunkenly on New Year’s Eve? Better still, why not put pen to paper and draw a sketch of your statue idea.
Send ideas to Design Week Diary page by the end of July. If they’re good we might put in a word to our mates at the RSA.