British graphic designer Tom Hingston is bringing together famous pop musicians, including Stormzy, Björk, Thom Yorke, Fatboy Slim and Nick Cave, with leading artists and designers to create unique artworks to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust.
The collection of 21 screenprinted works will go on show at London's Maddox Gallery's Westbourne Grove space from 23-31 July 2021 and be open for bidding online here.
The collaborations between artists and musicians include Chrissie Abbott & Kate Tempest, Jason Evans & Thom Yorke, Jehnny Beth & Johnny Hostile, Julian Broad & Paul Weller, Kevin Cummins & Scott King, Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones & Björk, Mark Mattock & Stormzy, Ryca & Fatboy Slim, Smith & Lyall & The Chemical Brothers, Kam Tang & Young Fathers, and Simon Taylor & Underworld.
As well as the collaborations, the exhibition, titled 'One of a Kind', will also feature works from Matty Bovan, Anthony Burrill, Nick Cave, DINES® (Studio Blup), David Shrigley, Liam Hodges, Kai & Sunny, James Joyce, James Lavelle and Ill-Studio / Soulwax.
2020 would have been the 20th anniversary of the Teenage Cancer Trust show at The Royal Albert Hall. One year on, this collection of 21 artworks celebrates the charity's ongoing connections with the music industry.
It's an initiative from Tom Hingston, designer, art director and founder of Hingston Studio, who's renowned for his creative collaborations with musicians. Over the past 20 years, he has created album covers for the Rolling Stones, Massive Attack, Grace Jones, David Bowie, Nick Cave and the Chemical Brothers, amongst many others.
"The idea for the show was to mark 20 years of the charity's shows at the Royal Albert Hall and their connection to music – something that is very close to our hearts," Tom says. "We're proud to have been able to realise this project, in spite of everything this year, with some truly exceptional talent and great friends of the studio. We hope you enjoy looking at the work and feel inspired to play a part in raising funds for this incredibly important organisation."
To find out more about the One of a Kind show and view the artwork, visit the website.