Elephants 171-180

Today is an elephant day. Here’s 171-180. Choose your fave! If you could paint your own elephant, what would it look like?

171. Jarlo by Marty Thornton; Victoria Tower Gardens

172. Luna by M McCann, J Scott & N Colyer; Westfield

173. The Paul Smith Elephant by Sir Paul Smith; The Royal Exchange
The Paul Smith Elephant

174. Baarsfant no2 by Menno Baars; Green Park
BaarsFant no2

175. R by Gavin Tuck; New Burlington Place

176. No More Plundering by Milo Tchais; Potters Field Park
No More Plundering

177. Utopia by Mitch Freeman; Queens Walk, Hungerford Bridge

178. Naveen by John Stefanidis; Notting Hill Gate

179. 21st Century Ganesh by Mythili Thevendrampillai; originally at India Place (I interviewed Mythili for a London Art Spot post last February.)
21st Century Ganesh

180. Boogie Woo by Nandita Chaudhuri; Soho Square
Boogie Woo

Boogie Woo

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

Elephant Parade 31-40

Ah, Tuesday… Not quite quite Monday but a loooong way to the weekend. Cheer up with some happy ellies. Here’s 31-40.

31. The Swan by Peera Bangkae; Hyde Park – Dell Gardens
The Swan

32. Little Bird by Peera Bangkae; Mount Street
Little Bird

33. Ganesh by Nut Thamrongpittayanan; originally at India Place

34. Little Moo by Turdsak Piromkraipak; Cavendish Square
Little Moo

35. Bouquet by Potcharat Utamang; Paddington Street Gardens

36. Chestnut by Thammakit Thamboon; The Hempel

37. Woodland by Nartkanok Laomata; Cavendish Square

38. Old Map of London by Pannu Kritaramrueng; Originally in Orange Square
Old Map of London

39. Ladybird by Peera Bangkae; Hyde Park – Dell Gardens

40. Simply Yellow by Thammakit Thamboon; More London
Simply Yellow

Favourites on this page? I’ll have to go with Woodland which is one of my favourites overall (though it’s impossible to choose just one!).

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