In Pictures: Elephant Parade

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By M@ Last edited 99 months ago
In Pictures: Elephant Parade
Perhaps the most Londony elephant can be found in Bruton Street Mayfair, just across the road from where the queen was born.
Perhaps the most Londony elephant can be found in Bruton Street Mayfair, just across the road from where the queen was born.
Two animals for the price of one in Green Park. We were moved by the incredulous look on the elephant's face.
Two animals for the price of one in Green Park. We were moved by the incredulous look on the elephant's face.
Simple, but effective. Golditrunks, here, shines out in Green Park.
Simple, but effective. Golditrunks, here, shines out in Green Park.
Parents let their children clamber all over this radioactive beast in Green Park.
Parents let their children clamber all over this radioactive beast in Green Park.
What do you get if you cross a naked mole rat with an elephant?
What do you get if you cross a naked mole rat with an elephant?
We don't know who his supplier is, and we don't want to.
We don't know who his supplier is, and we don't want to.
What do you get if you cross Tony Blair with an elephant? A contemptible warmonger who also has a trunk (some might say).
What do you get if you cross Tony Blair with an elephant? A contemptible warmonger who also has a trunk (some might say).

Yeah, they're all over town and all over the internet, but we'd be remiss not to give the Elephant Parade their own Londonist gallery. In fact, expect a few of them. Here, then, is our first selection of a few favourites, drawn from the 260 or so placed around town this week. Feel free to highlight your own faves in the comments. All images by M@.

Last Updated 06 May 2010