Mr Bingo’s Haiti relief effort

London-based illustrator Mr Bingo is selling screenprints to raise money for UNICEF’s Haiti Earthquake Children’s Appeal…

London-based illustrator Mr Bingo is, very commendably, doing his bit to raise some money for the relief effort in Haiti following last week’s devastating earthquake. He is offering two 100mm x150mm prints for sale at £5 each – with every single penny going to UNICEF’s Haiti Earthquake Children’s Appeal.

There are two prints, one of a cat wearing a corset (below) and one of a group of sheep (above) – each one is hand silkscreened on 350gsm Bright White Colourplan paper and signed by the artist. Paper for this charitable project was donated by GFSmith and screenprinting done by K2 Screen.

Visit to buy a print or two

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