7.8 x 7.4 x 7.1 inch (H*L*W)
20 x 19 x 18 cm (H*L*W)
Resin with Faux Grass Finish
Contemporary Pop Art, Wildlife Conservation
50% of all proceeds go to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
This orphaned elephant is making sure it stands out in the grey streets of London. Transforming from its traditional grey to a moss green, he is out to make sure everyone is paying attention. Every day, 55 elephants are killed because of ivory poaching and human-wildlife conflict. The death of just one elephant can lead to much wider devastation. Hundreds of calves are left orphaned every year, unable to care for themselves and suffering from the psychological trauma of having their mother violently taken from them. He needs to make sure that every Londoner hears his story to help protect him and his friends so that there will always be an elephant to love.
This sculpture has a faux grass finish on top of resin.
Resin is a mixture of materials including urethane, silicone, epoxy and polyester. When creating beautiful sculptures in resin, Gillie and Marc like to have a bit of fun. Sometimes works are crafted in one bold color, sometimes they are splashed with many colors, and sometimes they are even transparent.
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