Set up by two East London studios and featuring 55 photographic prints, proceeds will be donated to the British Red Cross, Ukraine Crisis Appeal
Emma Summerton Vilma’s ‘Embrace’, 2020
To stand in solidarity with Ukraine, East London studios Have A Butchers and Hempstead May & May Print have teamed up to launch a print charity sale with all proceeds going to the people of Ukraine.
Proceeds of the sale will be donated to the British Red Cross (Ukraine Crisis Appeal), which is working on the ground to provide food, water, hygiene parcels and medicines, as well as supporting hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Severodonetsk, Luhansk Region, Ukraine, 2017, by Christopher Nunn
The duo compiled 55 photographic prints, featuring the likes of Zuzu Walla, Agnes Lloyd Platt and London-based photographer Rick Guest, among others.
Each piece is printed on fine art ‘Hahnemühle Lustre’ Archival paper at 10×8 and priced at £50 ‘to remain inclusive to all’, says May Print. The sale will run until 11th March and can be supported by visiting haveabutchers.com.
Photography courtesy of Have A Butchers and Hempstead May & May Print
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