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20 baby bronze elephants are now up for adoption

Gillie and Marc have dedicated their lives to saving endangered species through their love of public art. After their recent trip to Kenya, Gillie and Marc saw first-hand the devastating effects of human greed on the survival of elephants.

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. 

Gillie and Marc have created this monumental sculpture installation titled The Orphans, featuring 20 bronze elephant calves running towards a 3 metre tall mother, representing the mother the babies have lost. This installation is a reminder of the orphans who are left behind because of human selfishness and serves as a vessel to raise critical awareness and funds to save elephants before it’s too late. They are installing the sculpture this year on the 4th of December in the heart of London. 

Each sculptured baby symbolises a real orphaned elephant in the care of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, that the artists sketched on a trip to Kenya. 

If you want to help the orphans in Africa you can adopt a baby bronze orphan elephant. If you place this sculpture in a public space with signage you will create awareness and on top of this 10% of the purchase price will go back to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

We look forward to you joining us on this amazing cause. 

Each sculptured baby symbolises a real orphaned elephant in the care of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, that the artists sketched on a trip to Kenya. 

The baby elephants are an edition of 3 and approx. 1.1m tall and weigh 200kg. The will come on a bronze base so no installation is necessary. 

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