Elephants 151-160

Time for some more elephants. Here’s 151-160. Faves?

151. Wooly Mammoth by Laura Ford; originally at Hans Crescent
Wooly Mammoth

Wooly Mammoth

152. Frank by Leinz; originally at Market Place

153. Clearing by Lela Sheilds; Soho Square

154. Gilt by Lily Lewis; originally in Golden Square Gardens

155. ELEPHANTASTIC by Lily Marneffe; originally at 6 Devonshire Square

156. TINKLE by Louise Dear; Bruton Street


157. Deliverance by Loz Atkinson; Queens Walk, Royal Festival Hall

158. Eeipey by Lucy Clarke; originally in Windrush Square, Brixton


159. Mason by Lucy Fergus; originally at House of St. Barnabas

160. Kissed by Lulu Guinness; Carnaby Street/Broadwick Street
Kissed by Lulu Guinness

For more photos, interviews and other info, visit my Elephant Parade page. Stay tuned for the rest!

Londoners: Walking to Work

It was early morning and I was wandering around Liverpool Street, Devonshire Square and the little alleyways in between. I loved the position of this man walking to work in his suit with the graffiti in the background.

Around the Corner to Cock Hill

Around the corner from this pretty wall is the dingy Cock Hill with this lovely flourescent green message “Please DON’T PISS on our door”. At least they asked nicely, I guess.

Please Don't Piss on Our Door

Happy Monday everyone!

Elephant Parade 51-60

Ready for the next batch of elephants? Yea, thought so. Here’s numbers 51-60.

Which one is your favourite from these lovlies?

51. Oran (You Stole My Heart) by Adam Bridgland; Notting Hill Gate (See my interview with Adam.)


52. Clair le Lune by Adam Durrance; Greenwich Visitors Centre
Clair le Lune

53. Nana by Alexander Miller; Curzon Street

54. Eli Krishma by Alice Temperley; 20 Mount Street
Eli Krishma

55. Cubelephant by Andre Ritins; More London

56. love ellie by Andrew Logan; Westfield
love ellie

57. HELP! by Angela connor; Royal Hospital Chelsea

58. Sunny by Ruth Powys; Covent Garden Piazza

59. The Elephant in the Room by Anna Masters; Duke of York Square
The Elephant in the Room

60. Map Elephant by Anna Simmons; Devonshire Square
Map elephant

My fave from this group? HELP! is lovely, but I also adore Oran because I walked by him every day on my way to work and he always brightened up my day before I arrived at the dreaded office.

For more photos, interviews and other info, visit my Elephant Parade page. Stay tuned for the rest!