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Urban Graphic's Big Draw Charity Postcard Lotto!

I have contributed an illustrated postcard to Urban Graphic's upcoming Big Draw Charity Postcard Lotto - which is being held to coincide with the opening of their new shop in Bristol.

Here is some more info from Urban Graphic:

We have asked the artists we've worked with on our Toasted range, as well as some surprise guests, to draw/print/stamp/scribble/paint on an A6 postcard and send it back to us. On the night, at our newly launched shop and screen print studio in central Bristol, we will be hosting a blind lottery where people can donate and take home a postcard-sized piece of art! Alongside Toasted artists such as Gemma Correll, Jean Jullien and Fred Benaglia, we also have artwork from Vic Reeves, Axel Scheffler (of Gruffalo frame), and the team at Aardman animation.
 The Big Draw is an amazing charity that works with schools, museums, heritage sites and in the wider community to promote the act of drawing as a tool for thought, creativity, social and cultural engagement. It is a fitting charity for us as we have championed many up and coming designers, illustrators and artists over the past 3 years with our 'Toasted' range of cards and wrap, providing a commercial platform for contemporary image makers. The campaign's work will finish when the words 'I can't draw' are dropped from our vocabulary!
It is a real treat to be involved and included amongst such fine illustrators, and for such a worthy cause! Big thanks to Urban Graphic and The Big Draw. Support them if you can!

Here is a little peek at my contribution:


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