Help the Hungry: Damien Hirst creates Power Station image to support our appeal

Turner-prize winner is selling prints in aid of The Felix Project

Oliver Poole
Friday 22 May 2020 16:02
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Turner-prize winning artist designed the Rainbow Heart for our Help the Hungry appeal
Turner-prize winning artist designed the Rainbow Heart for our Help the Hungry appeal

Damien Hirst’s latest image showing the rainbow heart design he created for our Help the Hungry appeal superimposed onto an iconic British landmark is published today.

The image of Battersea Power Station by the Turner-prize winning artist was created to help promote the sale of limited-edition prints of the rainbow heart design that was launched this week.

The sale ends at midnight on Monday. The rainbow heart design comes in two sizes, priced at £300 and £1,000.

The larger version of the image, which is filled with butterflies, is 70cm by 72.7cm and the smaller one is 35cm by 36.4cm.

All money raised through sales of the design will go to our appeal partner, The Felix Project, London’s biggest surplus food distributor.

The Independent is encouraging readers to help groups that are trying to feed the hungry during the crisis – find out how you can help here.

Follow this link to donate to our campaign in London, in partnership with the Evening Standard

The two versions of the butterfly heart print are available to buy through HENI Editions here.

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