May Van Millingen, Adam Bridgland and Yoni Alter have generously designed screen-prints for free.
It’s all in the name of charity. The Charity Arts Project launched today with a 10-piece collection of screen-printed art and an exhibition at @BOXPARK in London, where all profits will go to charities like Breast Cancer Now, Mind UK, MS Society, WWF and The Brain Tumour Charity.
The launch collection sees an exciting line-up of artists – including illustrator May van Millingen, graphic designers Yoni Alter and Pixel, and print-maker Adam Bridgland – create affordable screen-prints to be sold to raise money and awareness.
The intricate designs have been expertly screen-printed by hand by Bath-based partners White Duck using 100% recycled card. You can pick up a print and do your part here: www.thecharityartsproject.co.uk.