Obviously Mohak peacocks made their rounds in Morocco, so that an NGO in Sebt Mzouda near Marrakesh got inspired to paint their building with a similar one.
UPDATE: Concerning the Sebt Mzouda located ASSOCIATION ANAOUAT for "women and children" run by Amina Byouz (I had to inquire about the name of the association as they didn´t mention it or it´s website in the first place), who got "inspired by" my peacocks to paint their new building with a similar one - they did NOT paint the building together with the women and children and also did not ask them about their own design ideas. Nor did they ask me if they could use my design for the association, but didn´t have a problem of showing me the copy in the end. #fail
Interestingly, there is quite a bunch of associations in Morocco for women and children, although a lot of time it is unclear how much is done for these women and children (see paint #fail) and how much money raised with the Association goes elsewehere into lucrative projects.
As a side note: All of my peacocks have an intrinsic connection to my life and persons along my way, so each of them bears a liveliness in them, because they ARE what they are, all of them are unique just as every person is unique. By the mere act of copying them, you take the life out of them, hence you basically kill them. Even I can´t copy my own, because every unique being is just to be created once, no cloning possible. When you connect to god, you channel and every channeling is an individual process never to be repeated.
OSHO´s words of wisdom to this:
“Each person is born with a unique individuality, and each person has a destiny of his or her own. Imitation is crime, it is criminal. If you try to become a Buddha, you may look like Buddha, you may walk like him, you may talk like him, but you will miss. You will miss all that life was ready to deliver to you. Buddha happens only once. It is not in the nature of things to repeat. Existence is so creative that it never repeats anything. You cannot find another human being in the present, in the past, or in the future who is going to resemble you exactly. It has never happened. The human being is not a mechanism like Ford cars on an assembly line. Never imitate anybody…” ~ Osho from The Book of Understanding