First seen around Chelsea in May 2021, this large herd of wooden elephants recently took up residence in London’s Green Park.
The life-size sculptures are part of the CoExistence environmental art exhibition, and will now be sold on for charity,
CoExistence is an environmental art exhibition featuring 100 life size lantana elephants.
These elephants are making their way around the globe to tell the story of our over-populated planet, the effect of human encroachment on wild spaces and the inspiring ways we can coexist with animals.
Each unique elephant sculpture included in this project was meticulously handcrafted by the tribal communities in the Nilgiri Hills of Southern India, home to 150 wild elephants and a quarter of a million people who live alongside each other in complete harmony.