The six larger than life sculptures were made solely from local scrap wood and recycled materials and assembled with the help of volunteers. Dambo says the sculptures were built mostly from 600 old pallets, an old wooden shed, and a fence. Each of the sculptures was named after one of the volunteers that helped build it.
“The sculptures are found in some of my favorite places around the city, places where people don’t go to often, because it’s off the beaten track. The sculptures can only be found by using a treasure map, or a poem engraved into a stone near each sculpture. These give hints on how to find the different giants.”
...can we see at least one using public transportation and a bit of a walk?...
What one? All!
Hi and welcome!
As a matter of fact I live down here 1500 kilometers SE of Copenhagen, but if check Layers/More/Transportation/Bus layer on my PC Google Earth I can tell you: all the locations easily can be visited both by using public transportation or by car: And...whoa! Now it is me, who thank you made me wander around Placemark 'Giant 6/6' by chance and so I could locate other Mounds for my collection! (:
On THISpage you find detailed maps for each sculpture, with at least a Parking Lot and a Bus Stop (with bus service numbers given) marked on them. (These you also can find in my placemark descriptions if download kmz file attached to original post.)
Glad if could help you spend your time well around the Danish Capital!