Tokyo

Aspect Signs are proud to be supporting Art in a Corner, a unique and exciting charity event in aid of a great cause.  The event takes place at the Cube Gallery and will aim to raise money for the National Foundation for Youth Music and Children and the Arts. Art in the Corner will raise their funds in a particularly quirky way, by offering attendees and members of the public the chance to bid on the art work created by various musical icons, including The Libertines, Years and Years and Elvis Costello.

The idea came about through a decades old story of how The Beatles created a painting called Images of a Woman, the only painting they ever made together as a group. The fact this tale has given birth to a great cause, pleases one of the remaining band members, Ringo Starr who had this to say:

“Who knows when you do things where they will end up? But it’s always good when they end up for a good cause like this one.”

Here at Aspect Signs we were approached by Eazl UK the company running the event to produce signage for the gala on the 17th of this month and we were only too happy to oblige. We produced window manifestations to adorn the space where the event is happening. The graphics and lettering were made from cut vinyl, manufactured in store by our dedicated team.

The paintings will be auctioned online with Paddle8 from the 17th November to 2 December.  You can bid on your favorite here:  .

The money raised will support two national charities who together transform the lives of over 85,000 children and young people each year. 

Photo by Robert Whitaker