This is #250 Haecceity. I didn't even know this was a real word - but here's the definition, according to Wikipedia ...
Haecceity (from the Latin haecceitas, which translates as "thisness") is a term from medieval philosophy first coined by Duns Scotus which denotes the discrete qualities, properties or characteristics of a thing which make it a particular thing. Haecceity is a person or object's "thisness". So culturally enlightening, as well as visually satisfying!
The decoration is a pastiche of aerial photographs of people. You can also see the raindrops - it was raining at the time.
Here is #192 - bird 2. The paint is quite thick on this ellie - you can really see the layers. This elephant was created by Patricia Shrigley. Artist's Inspiration: "London crows, These are my sanity in concrete landscapes."