Doing a PR job for Asia’s wildlife

For the past 20 years, we have been shining a multicoloured spotlight on the plight of Asia’s wildlife through high profile public art campaigns such as CoExistence, Elephant Parade, Travels to my Elephant and The Big Egg Hunt, alongside headline-grabbing events such as The Animal Ball. 

The Little Egg Hunt

A dozen mesmerising egg sculptures, designed and decorated by leading artists will be displayed throughout Chelsea from 18 March – 15 April.

The Big Egg Hunt

The Big Egg Hunt is the world’s BIGGEST egg hunt, raising money for conservation projects across Asia and beyond. From London to New York, this charitable, multicultural event excites and unites the public whilst raising awareness for biodiversity and wildlife conservation.

The Animal Ball

Couture fashion meets conservation as our Animal Ball festivity empowers the protection of the world’s endangered wildlife in the most inspired and creative tribute possible. In 2023 this fabulous Ball returned to London!

“There are great cleared flat places hidden away in the forests that are called elephants’ ballrooms, but even these are only found by accident, no man has ever seen the elephants dance…”– Rudyard Kipling

Eggs of an Era: celebrating the Platinum Jubilee

Seven giant egg-shaped masterpieces created by leading artists took over the streets of London in a public exhibition designed to honour and celebrate the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June 2022. 


In one of the biggest environmental campaigns ever seen in London, our magnificent herd of elephants highlighted the inspiring ways we can coexist with all the other living beings that make our world magical.
Our CoExistence elephants arrived at a unique moment in time when a global reduction in human activity during the coronavirus pandemic had a positive effect on wildlife. CoExistence charged at the horizon for Asia’s wildlife as it raised awareness and money and supported local communities.

Travels to my elephant

An intrepid race across India raising millions for conservation.

Elephant Parade

Elephant Parade features life-size model baby elephants displayed in major cities around the world as part of an innovative fundraising and public awareness campaign to highlight the endangered Asian elephant. The 2010 Elephant Parade featured 250 life-size elephants, hand-painted by an assortment of established and emerging talent from the art and design world, including Mark Quinn, Diane Von Furstenberg and Lulu Guinness.

In conversation about conservation

In November 2022, two world-renowned conservationists talked to some of our dearest supporters about why our quest to protect wildlife and habitats must remain relentless.

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March 22, 2024

The Little Egg Hunt Launch

The Little Egg Hunt presented by Clarence Court launches ahead of Easter, with HRH Princess Eugenie reading to local school children.

February 28, 2024

The Little Egg Hunt 2024

“Egg-citing” Art Display Across Chelsea - Free to view from 20th March – 14h April 2024