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

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

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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!