The latest items to join our list of eBay auctions being sold to raise money for Comic Relief include a Depeche Mode box set, prints from Monocle, James Jarvis and Rob Flowers and a special edition Nintendo DSi
All this week we are raising funds for Comic Relief by auctioning design-related items. New today are the following:
A deluxe box set of Depeche Mode’s 2009 album, Sounds Of The Universe
The box contains:
2 piece custom made box with foil blocking.
2 x 84 page hardback books: The first featuring the lyrics to all the songs from the Sounds Of The Universe sessions accompanied by exclusive photography by Anton Corbijn. The second featuring exclusive and candid studio photography by Daniel Miller, Ben Hillier, Luke Smith and Ferg Peterkin.
2 exclusive enamel badges
5 artcards, sealed in a collectors envelope (seal broken, as per image below)
1 certificate of authenticity
Bid for it here:
Courtesy of Nintendo, a DSi Pokemon Black and White limited edition bundle with game. Bid for it here
A beautiful print by Japanese illustrator Satoshi Hashimoto courtesy of the good people at Monocle.
Description: Improve your immediate environment with Monocle‘s complete community as seen on page 145 of Monocle’s issue 15. The illustration shows how to create a borough that’s green, clean, and well-connected – as envisioned by the urbanist Alejandro Gutierrez.
Printed A2 size on Monocle magazine’s matt paper, it is in four colours with gold-foil detailing. This is the first in a collection of Monocle prints and is now sold out. Unframed – print only. Bid on it here.
Illustrator Spencer Wilson has kindly donated one of his 190mm x 280mm Space Cowboy prints. Space Cowboy is a letterpress planographic print on 300gsm somerset hot press printing paper – printed in three colours: dark blue, red and silver. Limited to an edition of 40. Bid on it here
They look like sticker packs, but actually we have three A3 size digital prints by artist Rob Flowers, packaged in one-off packaging, the likes of which Mr Flowers won’t be making again…
The one on the left is titled Ice Cream, the middle one is the Money Parade and the one on the right is titled Krampus and is Flowers’ interpretation of the anti-Saint Nicholas from Germanic folklore. We’re auctioning them as one lot on eBay here.
And finally (but there will be more to come soon)