Elephant Parade Singapore 2011
The Elephant Parade in Singapore is a nationwide art showcase 11.November.2011 – 12.January.2012, of decorated elephant statues exhibited among Singapore’s streets and inside of their iconic shopping malls. The Elephant Parade is for the purpose of creating a public attention to the support of elephant conservation. The elephants are all distinctively decorated in different patterns, a mimic of other animals, a recollection of Singapore’s iconic structures and cultures or even in plain black/white.
The elephants were definitely something that spruced up my time in Singapore. I would walk around Singapore’s famous Orchard road taking pictures of as many elephants as I could. I mean, come one, when will you ever actually see elephants parading around its busy streets? Some of the pictures of the elephants I took is down below so have a look at them.
The fiberglass statues are individually decorated by various artists such as Leona Lewis, Aston Martin, Ben Cabrera, Carrie Reichardt aka The Baroness and Nick Reynolds and many more.
Please help support the movement in preserving the endangered Asian Elephants.
A cow trying to join the Parade.