An all-new mascot for secret agent 007 has taken to the streets of London—the James Bond elephant.
Ian Fleming’s James Bond elephant
As reported at IanFleming.com, keen-eyed 007 fans will find the James Bond Elephant located by the London Eye. Designed by Oliver Lloyd and Lucy Fleming, the elephant is just one of many in the Elephant Family charity campaign for the endangered Asian alephant.
With more than 250 brightly painted life-size elephants currently situated throughout the city, the London Elephant Parade will attract an estimated audience of 25 million with the goal of raising a projected £2 million and benefiting 20 conservation charities in the UK alone.
Running from May to July 2010, this is London’s biggest outdoor art event on record. All of the painted elephants will go up for sale by auction. For further details on the campaign, visit the www.elephantfamily.org and www.elephantparadelondon.org websites.
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