Who doesn’t love a bit of Stormzy, Björk and The Chemical Brothers? Well, now you have the opportunity to own some collectable art created by the musical legends alongside several other recognisable names. 

Commissioned by Tom Hingston, the British artist has worked closely with Teenage Cancer Trust on an exciting project to celebrate the charity’s 21st anniversary. One of a Kind is an art exhibition and auction showcasing 21 works that commemorate different connections with the music industry, with all funds raised set to be donated to the long-lived cancer charity in its efforts to help teens battling the disease.

Hingston has brought together some of the most important names in design, fashion and art including the likes of Liam Hodges, Scott King and Nick Cave. Each has both produced and donated work for the heartwarming exhibition. The exhibition will also showcase work created in partnership with outstanding musicians and creatives such as Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers and Underworld.

Artwork: ‘Stormzy’ by Mark Mattock and Stormzy. Tom Hingston’s ‘One of a Kind’ runs from July 23-31 at London’s Maddox Gallery in Westbourne Grove. You can bid online here.


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