Melbourne’s Elephant Art – Pictures of Mali Part III

And here are the photos of the last 15 of the 50 elephants in Melbourne. We had lots of fun capturing these great artworks and we hope that Melbourne Zoo raises a lot of money by auctioning the Malis. (I don’t think we can afford one … and hope that there will be little ones available.).

Thanks to the Melbourne Zoo and all the sponsors and of course the artists for organising such a great event.

Did you already see part 1 and 2 of the Mali Elephant Photos: Pictures of Mali Part 1  – Pictures of Mali Part 2

Enough talking … here are the Melbourne Mali Elephants:

36 Mali’s Crimson Song

by Mia Rappel (sponsored by Zoos Victoria) at Fitzroy Gardens

Melbourne is populated by 50 Mali Elephants

Mali elephants in Melbourne

37 Spot

by Steve Monk (sponsored by Richmond Tigers) at Treasury Gardens

Street Art in Melbourne

38 Ranee

by Gillian Forbes. Sponsored by Kärcher. Ranee was also Melbourne Zoo’s first elephant. At Old Treasury Building, Melbourne.

Treasury Gardens Elephant

Elephant Art in Melbourne Streets

39 Neo Composite

by Jacqueline Gwynne (sponsored by Sofitel Melbourne) at Sofitel on Collins

Where are the elephants?

40 Mali’s Winter Wonderland

by Pat Minahan (sponsored by Mt Buller) at Melbourne Central

Elephant locations in Melbourne

41 Enceladus Mali

by David Ghostpatrol (sponsored by Carter Digital) at Melbourne Central

Elephant statue in Melbourne

42 Mali, Protector of all Animals

by Deb Halpern (sponsored by Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation. at Melbourne Town Hall

Mali Elephants in Melbourne City

43 Night and Day

by Graeme Base (sponsored by Grollo Leisure and Tourism) St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne

Elephant Art Victoria Graeme Base

Graeme Base Elephant Melbourne

44 Bromley One

by David Bromley (sponsored by Linfox) at Federation Square, Melbourne

Federation Square Elephant

45 Stripes

by Keri Le Page (sponsored by Tiger Airways) at Lincoln Square

Street Art in Melbourne

46 Mali Dreams

by Chantelle Ferri (sponsored by Irene Irvine & Associates) at Argyle Square, Lygon Street, Carlton

Photography Melbourne

47 Helmeted Honeyeaters Habitat Mali

by Andrea Carydias. (sponsored by Intercontinental Hotel Melbourne The Rialto) at InterContinental Hotel on Collins Street

Intercontinental Melbourne Elephant

48 Same Same

by Max Blackmore (sponsored by Places Victoria) at Docklands, Melbourne

Elephant Art

49  Patch

by Amy Robinson (sponsored by Spotlight) at Queen Victoria Market

Mali Elephants in Melbourne

Queen Victoria Market

50 Shared Path

by William Ainger (sponsored by Places Victoria) at Docklands, Melbourne

Elephants in Melbourne - Docklands

Make sure you had a look at all the Mali Elephant photos – great street art:

Part 1 of Pictures of Mali

Part 2 of Pictures of Mali


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We usually do wedding photography in Melbourne, events and family and kids photo sessions. But sometimes we like to do something different. The Melbourne Mali Elephants were are great opportunity to go to the city and discover the elephants from their best angle … we hope you enjoyed our pictures.

Please share and like these posts to show the world Melbourne’s beautiful Mali Elephants. Thanks a lot.

  • Anne

    Thanks for so generously sharing your Mali tour, Andreas and Souri! I won’t get a chance to walk round and see them all, so it was great to see them on your website.
    regards,
    Anne

  • Jones

    The photos are great! I really liked Woolly Mali, Neo Composite and Rusty Mali. Thank you for taking the photos. I really wanted to stroke Woolly Mali. I really liked her woolly outfit. From Jones (age 5).

    • http://www.freshphotography.com.au Andreas

      Hello Jones, thanks for your comment. Great that you enjoyed looking at the photos. We loved all the Malis and it is amazing how much effort all the artists put into the creation of them. Woolly Mali is also one of our favourites. Not sure if the real Mali is so soft and cuddly :-).

  • margaret brown

    Thank you for all the Mali snaps, how I wish I could see them but photos are great.

  • http://Patminahan.wordpress.com Pat Minahan

    Hi Fresh Photography,

    Loving your Mali photographs! Is there any chance I could possibly get a copy of my Mali elephant photo (no. 40 with the blue scarf)?

    Kind regards,
    Pat Minahan
    patmonstar2nd@hotmail.com

    • Andreas

      Hello Pat,

      sure … we will send you an email soon (we will add a few more pictures of your elephant – we haven’t processed them all).
      (by the way sorry that I concentrated on the girl in the photo and not on your elephant … there will be more with the elephant in focus.)

      Make sure you like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/melbournephotography 🙂

      Cheers,
      Andreas