Elephant Sculptures in Melbourne – Pictures of Mali Part II

50 Mali elephants are populating Melbourne in August and September 2012. We went out to the city and found all 50 artist designed sculptures. It took us 2 days to walk through the city and take the photos – as you see by our night time shots we couldn’t finish the photo shoot in the daytime … too much walking.

But it was well worth the effort. The whole event is celebrating 150 years Melbourne Zoo – the official anniversary is on the 6th October 2012. Mali is a little baby elephant born 2 years ago and is used as the birthday ambassador. The “Mali in the city” sculptures will be auctioned off on Thursday, October 25 at Melbourne Zoo’s Leopard Lodge. All proceeds from the auction will go towards continuing Zoo Victoria’s wildlife conversation efforts. (Please register with Melbourne Zoo to attend the “Mali in the City” auction via email at maliauction@zoo.org.au.

As we got too many photos for only one blog post we decided to split the photos up in 2 parts – you are currently reading part 2. Make sure you check out first the first part of our photography series of the Melbourne elephants.

Mali Elephant Photos – Part II

This post is not finalised … we still will upload more Melbourne Elephant pictures … come back soon.

21 Tiger Mali

by Andy Murphy (sponsored by Melbourne Tigers Basketball Club) at Freshwater Place , Southbank, Melbourne

Sulptures of Elephants populate Melbourne - Mali

Locations of Mali Elephants in Melbourne

22 Bromley Two

Mali by David Bromley (sponsored by pwc – Pricewaterhouse Coopers) at Freshwater Place, Southbank, Melbourne

Map of elephants statues

23 Humanageric

Mali by Sally Heinrich (sponsored by Herald Sun) at Southbank

Elephant Statues in Melbourne

24 Spooky Possum

Mali – by Pippa Makgill (sponsored by The Hamilton Family) at Southbank, Melbourne CBD

Melbourne Photography - Street Art

25 Wave to Mali

by Andrea Carydias (sponsored by Clark Rubber) at Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

Street Art in Melbourne

26 Lotus Mali

by Kelly Spencer (sponsored by kingston)

Elefant

27 Harmony Mali

by Zara McKenzie (sponsored by Marriott Melbourne) at Marriott Hotel Melbourne

Mali Elephant Statue Marriott

28 Prayer for Protection

Mali by Blaze Warrender (sponsored by patagonia) at Melbourne Central

Map and Locations of Melbourne Elephants

29 Baroque Baby Mali

by Robert Haque (sponsored by ANZ) at Burke Street

Elephant

30 Endangered Asia

Mali by Kelly Just (sponsored by City of Melbourne)  at Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston Street

Melbourne Elephants - Zoo 150 years

31 Mali turns the City Pink

by Siemens (sponsored by Siemens) at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne CBD, Swanston Street

Paint the city pink by Siemens, Melbourne

32 Wooly Mali

by Mini Goss (sponsored by Channel Ten – The Project) at Fed Square, Federation Square Melbourne

Wooly Mali in Melbourne

33 Forest rides on the elephant’s back

by Pamela Conder (sponsored by Orange Power) at Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

Elephant Art in Melbourne

34 Gabriel Mali

by Jacqueline Le Souef (sponsored by Werribee Open Range Zoo) at Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Photography

35 The Frank Realities

by Antonia Marshall (sponsored by the University of Melbourne) at The University of Melbourne

Elephant at Melbourne University

Elephant statues

Make sure you see all the Melbourne Elephant Pictures:

We had to split up the elphants in 3 posts as there are loads of elephant photos:

Go here to part 3 of our Mali in the city series: Elephants in Melbourne – Pictures of Mali – Part 3 

Did you see Part 1 of our Melbourne Elephant photoshoot?  No … check it out – Melbourne Elephants – Pictures of Mali – Part 1


Do you want to use our Mali pictures?

We did this photoshoot for fun … snapshots. So feel free to use our pictures. Just credit us and supply a link to our website  – that is all what we ask for. And maybe like our facebook page :-). We are also happy to supply the hi res pictures for print. Just contact us …

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We hope you enjoyed our photos as much as we did. Usually we do wedding photography in Melbourne , families and portraits. We did the Mali event just for fun – as we love photography and elephants.  So check our website when you need a photographer.

  • http://joyabroad-jmg.blogspot.com.au/ Joy Geary

    thanks for sharing these – I uploaded some of my own to my photo blog but your work allows me to provide context to my friends – I can point them to your pages and say this one looked like this full size. I am only up to 28, and won’t get them all done.