Gallery

Hackney Central 2022
Hempcrete elephant No1, or ‘Pure Love Transducer 1, no batteries required’ to give its full title.
One of the new hempcrete elephants nearing completion 2022
New Be Love ceramic plaques prior to glazing 2022
The Elephant in the Room
In Southmere Park Thamesmead November 2021, but lasted only a month before being taken down
Abbey Wood 2021 with new Empathy Revolution plaque
Overlooking Southmere Lake in Thamesmead 2021. This hempcrete elephant is being tested for resilience to the elements.

Abbey Wood 2021
The posse in Stoke Newington 2020
Elephants in Thamesmead November 2020
Paris 2020
New Cross 2018
Mural in Walthamstow 2018
Brighton 2019
Tarragona, Spain 2019
Outside Goldsmiths University on New Cross 2018
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Broadway Market in Hackney lacked a certain something until it had a concrete pachyderm.
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God’s Own Junk Yard has a fan.
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Some elephants lurk, but don’t pounce. This is one of those in Hackney
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Chilling at Camden Lock
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A day at the Business Design Centre in Islington, unfortunately that’s about as long as lasted before it was wrenched from it’s place, never to be seen again!
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This elephant has turned her back on the world of the Olympic Games.
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Impassive by the canal in Hackney Wick
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The root plate of a fallen tree makes a nice backdrop
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If you go down to Highgate Woods today.. might just see this elephant.
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Another lurking elephant.
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Seeking solace with religion is not everyone’s cup of tea, only one will remain.
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Madonna and Child in Hackney Wick
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Some lovely person has put garlands around this one in Highgate Woods
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Looking out to see in Guernsey
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Blending in with the pink granite of Guernsey
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St Sampsons Harbour in Guernsey
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Turning the colour dial to 11 in Walthamstow
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Near Regent’s Park in London, this one didn’t last.
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Down by the canal, so peaceful.
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Southampton Civic Centre in September. I can’t imagine it is still there but just don’t know. If you go there, let me know.
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Why not have an elephant on Brick Lane?
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Find a vacant plinth near King’s Cross and wallop! An elephant appears, as if by magic.
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The boys are back in town, that’s Bristol in this case. And it’s a city, get your facts straight Elephantman!
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King’s Cross elephant has been producing, now they own it!
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Highbury Barn. These are elephants, could be Gooners but hard to read their impassive countenances.
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Madonna and Child Hackney Wick, different angle.
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Shepherds Bush, they said, put one there please, so I out two. Sadly, these have now both vanished. Lasted less than a week.
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Mum enjoys the early morning canal view, child watches activity on the street.
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Ok, maybe they weren’t chilling so much in Camden Lock as they now have an odd coloured baby.
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Why have one elephant in Brick Lane, when you can have three?
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Street elephant No.2 took early retirement. They subsequently had a steel rod inside of them and were put in places where they couldn’t be so easily kicked over.
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Street elephant No.1 in Leonard’s Circus, Shoreditch, which vanished very quickly, was replaced by this one, which lasted less than a week. It was fallen and battered, but not gone. It can now be seen in Walthamstow.
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Sadly departed of Hoxton Market, though it lasted about seven months, not bad for an early one so easily accessible.

Herne Bay 2017