Dublin street artist Solus has generously donated some signed limited edition silk screen prints to us and all you have to do to get one delivered straight to your door is donate €50 or more to First Fortnight.
The donations will go towards the running costs of the First Fortnight Centre for Creative Therapies – a centre that provides art therapy to people who are experiencing homelessness and mental ill health in Dublin.
The centre provides free one to one art psychotherapy to individuals who are suffering from mental ill health, with the aim being to improve their emotional well being and help them to exit homelessness.
The beautiful screen print was designed and donated by Dublin street artist Solus, whose work focuses on embracing life’s challenges and improving your mental health. Since his first solo exhibition five years ago in Culture Box in Temple Bar, Solus has sold out shows at home and abroad.
He has worked in galleries from New York to Dublin and has enjoyed commercial collaborations with Jameson, Today FM and Peta to name but a few. His work has also featured in the Irish Times, the New York Times and on ITV News.
We’re very lucky that Solus has provided us with these exclusive prints. You won’t get them anywhere else so if you fancy getting your hands on one then you can donate €50 or more here.
Of course, we appreciate that not everyone can afford to make such a donation and any amount that you can donate to help us with our running costs is greatly appreciated.
13 Jan 2017 - Blog