We believe that a business can contribute to creating a better and happier world. Unlike a charity, Elephant Parade is not dependent on donations but generates its own revenue of which we donate a large part to projects we support. We offer a concept where all our activities such as our parades, our web shop and our conservational efforts work together for our main goal: saving the elephant.
The first Elephant Parade exhibition was held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in 2007. It was a great success that marked the start of our global expansion.
30 Elephant Parade Exhibitions in:
|Rio De Janeiro 2018
Belo Horizonte (2018)
São Paulo (2017)
Chiang Mai (2016)
|Hong Kong (2014)
UK National Tour (2013-14)
Dana Point (USA) (2013)
The upcoming Elephant Parade exhibitions is: Elephant Parade Zurich 2021
For several weeks or months, brightly painted and decorated life-size art elephants bring colour and vibrancy to the cities they visit. The elephants are created by local and international artists as well as world-famous celebrities. Each elephant is a unique piece of art.
An estimated 100 million people have experienced Elephant Parade expositions worldwide. Putting a smile on the faces of so many people and raising awareness for elephant conservation motivates us to do what we do, day after day.
The Elephant Parade statues are made of Fibreglass.
The standard Elephant Parade statues are:
To date over 1300 original Elephant Parade art-pieces have been created and there’s plenty more coming!
Most of the Elephant Parade statues can be displayed both outdoors and indoors.
15% of the pre-sold or auction price of the Elephant Parade statue goes to the artist., unless they decide to waive their fee in which case the money directly contributes to elephant conservation.
The top price paid for an Elephant Parade statue at an auction was 155,000 GBP in 2010 for 'The singing Butler Rides Again' by Jack Vettriano.
During the Elephant Parade exhibition, the elephants can be offered at a 'buy-now-price'.
The minimum bid-price for an Elephant Parade statue varies. The average minimum bid price is 4000 Euros.
Over 3000 people have attended Elephant Parade auction events.
Elephant Parade selects a number of designs of each Elephant Parade exhibition of which they create Limited edition handcrafted replicas as well as a select range of products.
Elephant Parade offers more than 300 Elephant Parade replica designs.
Elephant Parade Replicas are available in the following sizes: 7cm, 10cm, 15cm, 25cm, 30cm and 75cm.
Other merchandise by Elephant Parade includes the Elephant Parade Artbox, Mugs, Keyrings, Artbooks, bags, caps, t-shirts and we continuously develop new attractive items such as bags, caps, t-shirts and so on.
Elephant Parade replicas and merchandise are being sold in 23 countries over 225 stores and via the Elephant Parade webshop: https://www.elephantparade.com/shop
Elephant Parade retailers can be found at: https://www.elephantparade.com/find-a-store
Elephant Parade exhibitions are often accompanied by an Elephant Parade Pop Up Shop.
Elephant Parade donates our money to registered UK based charity, Elephant Family. You can see the projects that they support across Asia here (link to EF projects map). A minimum of 50,000 Euros goes to Elephant Family on an annual basis.
For any questions about Elephant Parade and Conservation, you can contact us at email@example.com
NGO Elephant Family supports Mosha through an annual donation of one million Thai Baht (± EUR 25,000).
Mosha lives at the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) Hospital in Lampang, Thailand.
Mosha turned 15 years old in November 2020.
Mosha means 'Star' in the Karen language, the language of traditional Northern Thailand.