Louisiana Statues

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Morgan City, LA
New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA
This Butcher statue was installed above Cannata's Supermarket sometime between 2008 and 2013. [map]

These Jesters stand in front of the Beads by the Dozen showroom. The company sells Mardi Gras items, Christmas decorations, and party supplies. There are a few other fiberglass statues like this around town and elsewhere. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

This Gambrinus statue is installed on the roof of the former Falstaff Brewery which has a recently restored sign. The brewery closed in 1978. The building now houses apartments but the statue of the patron saint of beer remains. [map]

There are other Gambrinus statues in Baltimore, MD, Milwaukee & La Crosse, WI, and Columbus, OH.

Billboard Man
Baton Rouge, LA
This Billboard Man advertises for Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys. The company has several other similar billboards around Baton Rouge but this is the only one with a statue. The statue is 16 feet tall and made of foam. It depicts Gordon McKernan. The statue was built and installed by Lamar Advertising in 2014. The company produced a similar billboard in 2020 in Pensacola, FL. For more, see this website. [map]

Metairie, LA
Gold King Cake Baby
New Orleans, LA
This Leprechaun was installed on the sign at the Lucky Coin Machine Company. The statue has been there since at least 2007. The statue and sign were not there in 2021 but they were back in 2022. The sign has been redesigned but the Leprechaun is the same. [map]

This six-foot-tall Gold King Cake Baby is displayed inside the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. The papier mache statue was built by the Barth Brothers in 2000. It was displayed in Jackson Square during New Year's celebrations, with the baby symbolizing the new year. The statue was replaced with a fiberglass version in 2015 and this one was donated to the museum. It was displayed as the centerpiece of an exhibit about the special foods eaten during New Year's. Later, the museum painted the baby gold to resemble a king cake baby. For more, see this website.

Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Museum
Bossier City, LA
The Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Museum is next to the shop where the floats for the Krewe's Mardi Gras parades are built. For more, see this website. [map]

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