giclee print of plant drawings by Oliver Hemsley sold for charity, all profits going to ART AGAINST KNIVES
edition of only 50 giclee prints, on arches hot pressed 140lb weight paper
options: [in order of appearance] bunny ears cactus, snake plant, double cactus, money plant, single cactus
size: A5, 148 x 210mm
material: white stained oak frame with glass & picture hanging wire
*also available unframed
ART AGAINST KNIVES supports young people at risk of violent crime.
The charity was born from the unprovoked stabbing of Oliver Hemsley, a 21-year-old student from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. The attack, which has left Oliver in a wheelchair, took place in Shoreditch (East London) in August 2008. These limited artworks are recent pieces by Oliver in his home featuring his Yves Klein Blue walls.
In just 6 years we’ve engaged, listened to and supported over 1000 young people at risk or involved in violent crime in London. Our long-term, locally embedded projects are co-designed with young people, ensuring they are both rooted in communities and connected with industry.pick up a print...or masterpiece, & make a difference. This is #GOODART