Gallery: Giant Elephant Made of Recycled Tires Roams the Earth for Afri...

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat
Giant yet vulnerable, this elephant made of recycled tires has been stomping around the world and now stands just outside The Hague's historical Museum Beelden aan Zee for everyone to enjoy. Created by artist Andries Botha, the sculpture is a statement on the amount of stuff we throw away and its consequences on the environment. Confident yet threatened, Botha's sustainable art is being exhibited as part of the Rainbow Nation exhibition, which is curated by Annelies Brans and reflects on the complexity and diversity of South African society.

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  1. sam hermitage August 23, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Hi this is great. I represent an environmental area at the glastonbury festival (June 2013) the elephant would work very well there. Who can I contact?

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