Elephants in Green Park

 A herd of elephants descended on the Royal Parks of London in July! 

The 100 strong elephant family was made out of Lantana camara – an invasive weed found in the jungles of South India. These elephants are travelling the world to remind us of our co-existence with wildlife and how it can be detrimental to them. 

The funds raised from this art installation known as CoExistance will go towards organisations across India that allow people and wildlife to live together more harmoniously. 

The elephants were a delight to sketch. I added colour only to the elephants to emphasise them among the trees and people in the park that day. 

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