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
Jarlo

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

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
R2

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

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

178. Naveen by John Stefanidis; Notting Hill Gate
Naveen

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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

Elephants 111-120

Another dose of Elephant Parade for Thursday morning. Here’s numbers 111-120.

111. Mother Nature by Hannes D’haese; The Hempel
MOTHER NATURE

112. Tara by Mark Shand; Hyde Park – Speaker’s Corner
Tara

113. Monopoly Community Chest by Hasbro & Invited Artists; Hamleys Toy Store
Monopoly Community Chest

114. Zambi by Donna Goes; Hamleys Toy Store
Project Zambi

115. Eco the Elephant by Haverstock School & Olswang LLP; originally in High Holborn
Eco the Elephant

Eco the Elephant

116. Hornbill by Helen Cowcher; More London
Hornbill

117. Untitled by India Jane Birley; Queens Walk – Hungerford Bridge
Untitled

Untitled

118. Candy by Isaac Mizrahi; Carnaby Street/Marlborough Street
Candy

119. Oli by Issa; South Molton Street
Oli

Oli

120. The Singing Butler Rides Again by Jack Vettriano; Burlington Arcade
The Singing Butler Rides Again

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