Taxi Elephant

Any Londoners out there may well have noticed a number of giant elephants cropping up around the capital, in aid of the charity Elephant Family. Now we love most of them, but this in particular caught our eye.

The taxi elephant is Benjamin Shine‘s contribution to the event. In case you hadn’t guessed, it is inspired by the quintessential black cab, complete with taxi sign and headlamps for eyes. The elephant has a solar panel for power, so the eyes and sign light up periodically throughout the day.

The taxi elephant has in fact become one of the event’s most valuable assets, and has been relocated to the Royal Exchange where it can be kept under guard. It will be auctioned at the end of the month and is expected to fetch around £2 million…

(source via Notcot)

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One response to “Taxi Elephant

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