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Hello to show

DYLAN McCaughtry poses with a set of 16 Lionel Ritchie heads to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his hit 'Hello.

The final year sculpture student made them as a playful response to the video of the song. He did so while blindfolded and listening to the track on a loop.

Mr McCaughtry has entered his work as part of the annual Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show which runs from tomorrow until June 1. Other highlights include life-size human puppets in evening wear and a fridge made from car parts

The college will become the capital's biggest gallery space as it celebrates the work of more than 500 graduating students.

Previous shows have launched the careers of BAFTA and Turner Prize winners. For the first time, the intricate work by students from the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture will be displayed in the ECA Sculpture Court.

Work on display will include architectural models, animation, product design, painting, illustration and jewellery.

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