I hope this email finds you well.
As part of the 100th Anniversary celebration of the London Underground’s famous roundel logo, Transport for London and Art on the Underground have organized a special exhibition of 100 newly commissioned posters which revisit the roundel in an unusual artistic way. I am honored to have been one of the 100 artists asked to contribute a poster to the exhibition.
If you have not yet seen the exhibition, it will be on for a few more days at A Foundation Gallery, Rochelle School in Arnold Circus in Shoreditch.
As part of the initiative, TFL has created an edition limited to just 2 hand-signed prints per art work. One will be kept in the permanent collection of the London Underground, and the other is being auctioned to raise money. Part of the proceeds will go to Art on the Underground projects, and part to the charity CLIC Sargent, which provides support and care for young people and children with cancer and their families.
Here is a nice opportunity to buy a unique artwork – only one is available for sale – and to help charity at the same time.
To see the works available at auction and make a bid, please take a look at the following link:
I am attaching a small image of my design for your viewing pleasure.
The auction closes the evening on the 29th, so be sure to take a look. You can bid online.