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12 July 2016, 11:44 | Updated: 12 July 2016, 11:52
The four-piece have teamed up with Herd of Sheffield to raise money for The Children’s Hospital in their hometown.
Arctic Monkeys have revealed an AM-themed elephant statue for charity.
The Arabella four-piece have teamed up with Herd of Sheffield to release a personalised sculpture in the hopes of raising money for Sheffield Children's Hospital.
See the band sign the sculpture below:
According to Herd of Sheffield, who devised the project, the AM elephant will join 58 large and 72 small elephants, which aim to raise "vital funds to help keep Sheffield Children's Hospital at the forefront of paediatric care and give children the best chance of a full and healthy life".
The monochrome elephant - which has been designed by AM artwork creator Matthew Cooper - will appear on display along with its herd throughout the city until October 2016.
All elephants are set to be auctioned off for charity from 20 October, so if you want to get your hands on a huge, one-of-a-kind piece of Arctic Monkeys memorabilia, watch this space.
To support The Children's Hospital Charity and the Herd of Sheffield visit campaign.justgiving.com/charity/tchc/herdofsheffield