Elephant parade

A great experiential campaign/exhibition in London (organised by Elephant Family), raising awareness of the plight of elephants

http://www.elephantparadelondon.org/

I didn’t really give a @!?# about elephants before, but the brilliant display of decorated elephants has made me do a quick search to find out what it’s all about. In terms of raising awareness, this is likely to be a massively successful campaign. The organisers estimate a reach of 25 million people. When you consider the sheer number of people visiting/working in central London who will talk about it (as well as mention it online) and take/share photos throughout the campaign period (May to July), it seems an achievable figure.

I didn’t have enough time in London to find and take photos of all the elephants (which would be a pretty cool day out), but here are the ones I got this Bank Holiday weekend.

Click on each image to see it more clearly.

Send me your elephant photos! I want the full collection.

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2 Responses to Elephant parade

  1. In case Nina’s link doesn’t come up, click here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/purpledragon/sets/72157623868927477/

    Nina – awesome gallery! Might have to buy a few minis next time I’m in London.

  2. Nina Hoang says:

    Slowly but surely I will get them all. Here’s what I have so far.
    Miniatures can be purchased at the various shops located in selfridges, Regent street and carnaby street.

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