The V&A Museum of Childhood is “a place where imagination lives”. They want to inspire the next generation and foster debate about children’s art, design, creativity, and imagination. To celebrate this we created 'The Imaginary Friend Collection', an exhibition consisting of several sculptures ranging from a 7-foot dinosaur to a tennis-playing monster with four arms & four legs. All of the sculptures were based on children’s descriptions of their imaginary friends and immortalized by some of the world's best model makers including Aardman, Psyop, dwarf, BlinkInk and Picasso. The stills of the children and their imaginary friend were taken by world famous photographer Rankin and were later featured on a mid-page spread in The Independent. The amazing creatures are now permanently exhibited at the museum.