It's not Charles Saatchi - but we know who made it

Remember that wonderful "playful tiff" sculpture that was not of Charles Saatchi?

Who made this? Our lips are sealed...
Who made this? Our lips are sealed...

It popped up in the Jealous Gallery in Crouch End, the work of an anonymous artist who created an uncanny likeness of Saatchi in red after Saatchi's caution for assaulting his wife, although the maker made clear in the note below that the statue is not of the Saatchi & Saatchi and M&C Saatchi founder.

Whisper on the grapevine is that the sculpture was in fact created by a creative at a London agency. We'll leave you guessing as to who...

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