Elephant Parade 61-70

I think it’s time for some more elephants. Here’s numbers 61-70.

61. Shanti Haathi by Arabella Sim; Queens Walk, Royal Festival Hall
Shanti Haathi

62. Gaia Elephant by C Macleod, K Darke & C Jackson; Kings Road
Gaia Elephant

63. In Your Trunk (Turn the Bass Up) by Ashwan; Green Park
In Your Trunk (Turn the Bass Up)

64. Patron by Ashwan Khanna; originally on St. James’ Street
Patron

65. Burma by Baccara Smart; Holland Park Avenue
Burma

66. Phoolan by Carrie Reichardt aka The Baroness & Nick Reynolds; Natural History Museum
Phoolan

Phoolan

67. Elephant Chic by Benjamin Shine; originally at St. Christopher’s Place
Elephant Chic

68. Taxi Elephant by Benjamin Shine; The Royal Exchange
Taxi Elephant

69. The Clonakilty Irish Elephant by Bill Griffin; Covent Garden Piazza
The Clonakilty Irish Elephant

70. Dedicated to the Wonderful Chelsea Pensioners by Mark Shand; Royal Hospital Chelsea
Dedicated to the Wonderful Chelsea Pensioners

Faves from this bunch anyone? Taxi Elephant for me…

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

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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.)
Oran

Oran

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

53. Nana by Alexander Miller; Curzon Street
Nana

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

55. Cubelephant by Andre Ritins; More London
Cubelephant

56. love ellie by Andrew Logan; Westfield
love ellie

57. HELP! by Angela connor; Royal Hospital Chelsea
HELP!

58. Sunny by Ruth Powys; Covent Garden Piazza
Sunny

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!