Two favourite characters of a pair of New York-based artists have arrived in London – a rabbit-headed woman and a dog-headed man.

Rabbitwoman and Dogman are supposed to tell the “autobiographical tale of two opposites coming together to become best friends and soul mates”, and the two artists who make them make an awful lot of them.

It’s easy to see why, apart from the message they send, the simple fact is… they’re fun. It’s difficult to walk past a rabbit and dog sitting down sharing a latte and not pause a while and smile.

Around the corner, the couple are off on a motorbike ride, clutching cups of coffee. I wouldn’t want to be dogman though, his sidecar was flooded with rainwater on the day I visited. Soggy bottoms!

Two of the duo can be found in the main courtyard outside Spitalfields market.

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