Elephants 161-170

Elephant time! Here’s 161-170. Which one would you like for Christmas?

161. Maureen by Mackenzie Thorpe; Queens Walk, National Theatre
Maureen

162. Gajaraj by HH Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwad of Baroda; Old Quebec Street
Gajaraj

163. Suraj by HH Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwad of Baroda; The Dorchester
Suraj

164. Hathi by Manish Arora; V&A Museum
Hathi

165. Untitled by Marc Quinn; originally at Sotheby’s New Bond Street/Somerset House
Untitled

166. Lunacrooner by Maria Ines Aguirre; Kensington High Street
Lunacrooner

167. Elephish by Mariana Bassani; Foubert’s Place/Regent Street
Elephish

168. Coco by Fernando Pires Jorge & Mariana Bassani; Berkeley Square
Coco

169. Nanook by Martin Aveling; Green Park
Nanook

170. Vanishing Elephant by Martin Jordan; Curzon Street
Vanishing Elephant 3

Vanishing Elephant 2

Vanishing Elephant

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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
Frank

153. Clearing by Lela Sheilds; Soho Square
Clearing

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

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

156. TINKLE by Louise Dear; Bruton Street
TINKLE 2

TINKLE

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

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

Eeipey

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

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

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Elephants 141-150

Indian Premier League cricket team inspired most of the elephants in numbers 141-150, so eight of these are by the same artist – Lalit Modi.

141. Kids Co Elephant by L Christie & K Wooley, De Beauvoir Primary School; Potters Field Park
Kids Co Elephant

142. Dead End by Kriti Arora; South Molton Street
Dead End

143. Rajasthan Royals by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Rajasthan Royals

144. Kings XI Punjab by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Kings XI Punjab

145. Mumbai Indians by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Mumbai Indians

146. Kolkata Knight Riders by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Kolkata Knight Riders

147. Delhi Daredevils by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Delhi Daredevils

148. Deccan Chargers by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Deccan Chargers

149. Chennai Super Kings by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Chennai Super Kings

150. Royal Challergers Bangalore by Lalit Modi; Trafalgar Square
Royal Challengers Bangalore

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Elephants 131-140

Here’s 10 more fabulous elephants for a Friday. If you could bring one to life, which one would you choose?

131. Sidhe by John Rocha; Mount Street
Sidhe

132. Young at Art by John D Wilson; South Molton Street
Young at Art

133. Manasuna by Johnny Rocket & Sunny Warrington; Burlington Arcade
Manasuna

Manasuna

134. Will Only Words Remain by Jon Hicks; Green Park
Will Only Words Remain

135. Gerald by Jonathan Yeo; Selfridges
The infamous Gerald is, unfortunately, one of the two elephants I didn’t get to see. If you have any photos of Gerald, add them to the Flickr pool.

136. Julia’s Elephant by Joseph Paxton; originally at Market Square, Royal Festival Hall
Julia's Elephant

137. Big Heart, Open Mind by Julia Rogers; Green Park
Big Heart Open Mind

138. Eleafant by Julia Trickey; Curzon Street
Eleafant

139. Bertie by Julien MacDonald; Foubert’s Place/Kingly Street
Bertie

140. Just Joey by Karen Hollis; Hay’s Galleria
Just Joey

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Elephants 121-130

Elephants 121-130. If you could have one of these in your garden, which would you choose?

121. James Bond by Oliver Lloyd & Lucy Fleming; Queens Walk – Hungerford Bridge
James Bond

122. Roselephant by Jane Callan; More London
Roselephant

123. A Penny for Your Thoughts by Jane Morgan; 26 Audley Street
A Penny For Your Thoughts

A Penny For Your Thoughts

124. Elfreda by Jeff Hoare; originally at Tower of London
Elfreda

Elfreda

125. Lover by Jeff Royland; Berkeley Square
Lover

126. Untitled (Gajaraja) by Jitish Kallat; Leicester Square Gardens
Untitled (Gajaraja)

127. Gloria by Joanna Martin; Kings Road
Gloria

128. Cotee by Joanna Martin; Greenwich Visitor’s Centre
Cotee

129. Sally by Joanna May; Queens Walk – National Theatre
Sally

Sally

130. Celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity by  IYB, originally at the Natural History Museum
Celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity

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