Buy a print, help a bushfire victim

This shot of drift wood by Stuart Crosset is one of 67 images donated by photographers to raise money for victims of Australia’s bushfires

This shot of drift wood by Stuart Crosset is one of 67 images donated by photographers to raise money for victims of Australia’s bushfires

The Melbourne Advertising & Design Club has enlisted the help of photographers around the world to raise funds to help children left orphaned by the recent bushfires in Australia

Along with the help of photographer Simon Harsent, the MADC engaged over 50 internationally renowned photographic artists to donate works to the MADC charity auction at McCulloch Gallery, Melbourne, which takes place on June 26.

Prints donated for sale include

Bonneville by Michael Corridore

Girl On Fence by Ian Butterworth

And Melt by Simon Harsent

All auction-proceeds raised from the sale of the works will be donated directly to the trusts of two orphaned Victorian families, the Nilsson children (Hannah, 14, Lukas, 12 and Amber, 10) and 12 year old Maddison Bartlet.

For more information on the auction, or to make a bid, please go here

 

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