Eighties pop star Adam Ant and movie veteran Joanna Lumley are among the stars using their creative skills to promote a mental health charity campaign.
Officials at British organisation Sane have launched their Black Dog Campaign to reduce the stigma of depression and publicise their work with life-size sculptures of a pooch in at least 40 locations in the U.K.
Ant and former Bond girl Lumley have designed individual coats for the statues, and bosses at Sane hope their efforts will boost calls for a National Black Dog Day in Britain.
Prince Charming hitmaker Ant, who has battled mental health issues for decades, tells U.K. TV show Loose Women, "They are getting various people in the public eye to design a coat for the dogs. I'm doing one, Joanna Lumley's doing one. The idea is to have it as a Black Dog Day, not as bipolar or manic depression, which are just terminologies."