If you were feeling nostalgic about the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park hitting theaters, this shirtless Jeff Goldblum sculpture is here to make those feelings even more poignant. The 25-foot-long sculpture sits on Potters Field beside London’s Tower Bridge, striking the iconic pose from the 1993 classic movie.
The massive sculpture of Dr. Ian Malcolm (portrayed by Jeff Goldblum) took 250 hours to create. At three-meters high, it weighs 150 kg; climbing on the sculpture is, unfortunately, prohibited.
Of the memes and paraphernalia spawned by his famous pose, Goldblum recently told Jordan Vogt-Roberts in an interview that, “I admire them, myself. It’s great: the human body is beautiful in all ways.” We imagine it’s pretty gratifying to see a giant sculpture of yourself suddenly erected in a prominent area of one of the world’s most populous cities — especially when it’s in celebration of a film made over two decades ago.
To get your new Tinder profile picture in front of the sculpture before it disappears, you’ll have to act fast. The giant Goldblum only graces Potters Field Park until Thursday, July 19.