A giant marionette, operated by performers, walks in Berlin, Germany, on October 2, 2009. The French marionette street theatre company Royal de Luxe gave open air performances around the Day of German Unity in Berlin. The artists used the giant puppets to tell the story of separation and recovery to commemorate the fall of Berlin Wall 20 years earlier.
A giant girl starts to move during the second day of a street performance in Berlin, on October 2, 2009. The four-day street performance was based on a fairy tale called The Giants by French street arts company Royal de Luxe and marked the 19th anniversary of the formal re-unification of Germany.
People touch and photograph a giant marionette of a dog during the first day of a street theatre in Guadalajara, Mexico, on November 26, 2010. The three-day performance by Royal de Luxe called "The Mexican Giant, the dog Xolo and the Little Indian Girl," is based on a mural by late Mexican artist Diego Rivera.
Hundreds of people watch a giant mechanical elephant walk down the Mall in London in an outdoor performance of "The Sultan's Elephant" by Royal de Luxe, on May 5, 2006. The story told of a Sultan who dreamed about a little girl and traveled in his elephant time-machine in search of her.