An elephant cartoon has been published on The Sport Blog.
The cartoon features a group of elephants and a group from the Royal Society of Arts.
The elephant from the cartoon is known as the Prince, and it appears to have been created by Ian clements.
He tweeted a picture of the cartoon and captioned it, “What we know.
🙁 #elephant #art #artsnottake #artnottakes.”
The Royal Society said in a statement to The Sport Journal that the Royal Academy of Art is “deeply excited” to publish a new artwork by IanClements, which is the first time that the group has released its own original work.
The Royal Academy said in the statement, “The Royal College of Art, the Royal College Of Surgeons and the Royal Botanic Gardens are delighted to be collaborating on this collaboration.”
It said that the new work will be displayed in the ROC’s galleries, at the Royal Library and in the Royal Museums Greenwich.”
In addition, the exhibition will feature other exciting new artists working across a wide range of disciplines, including graphic design, animation and sculpture.”
It said that the new work will be displayed in the ROC’s galleries, at the Royal Library and in the Royal Museums Greenwich.
The ROC has been working with the Royal Shakespeare Company to create a new version of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, which it said will be released in 2019.
It is the latest project in a string of collaborations between the RSC and the RBA.