But the problem was that it reminded me of what happened two years ago on the same dock when visiting Liverpool for a Uni open day.
Once the open day was over I had time to kill so I decided to walk around Albert Dock which I'd been to before and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Whilst walking past a gift shop that sold naval models and Beatles memorabilia, I noticed ahead of me a poster.
The poster was like Magrittes 'The Son of Man' but with a burger in front of the face instead of an apple, and I was blown away, I thought it was brilliant.
I felt it was poking fun at fast food shops and making a point about modern obesity.
It was saying junk food is now where fruit should be.
I thought I'd never seen such a perfect piece of artwork.
But then I realised I was staring at a burger shop and that this was an advert for it.
Never has my opinion changed so quickly. It immediately lost all its charm and wit, I felt betrayed.
The conception of the idea which in my mind started as 'Lets show how society has changed whilst paying homage a great painting' had become 'What's famous that we can put a burger on?'.
I wouldn't be surprised to see The Mona Lisa eating some nuggets, Van Goghs Sunflowers covered in chips or Michelangelos David holding a bucket of chicken.