The series of movie poster parodies share government COVID-19 guidelines. ALL proceeds from their sales goes to NHS Charities Together, who are working with NHS England and their member NHS charities on a nationally co-ordinated response to the COVID-19 crisis.
With Dan named by Shortlist magazine as “one of the UK’s most collectable, emerging artists,” his work is collected by famous fans including Anthony Joshua, 50 Cent, will.i.am and Rag N Bone Man.
You can check out the prints below – the signed, limited edition A2 prints are available to buy through www.danpearce-art.com for just £75 each, with 100% of proceeds being donated to NHS Charities Together.
Dan Pearce’s charity designs:
Pearce is a central figure in the UK’s current Pop Art movement. His work utilises spray paint, hand-painted acrylics, 3D objects, screen-printing and collage, as well as his own photography and street art.
Explaining why he decided on this approach, the artist said: “The NHS staff and volunteers are literally putting their lives at risk to save the rest of us. It’s heroic.
“I wanted to help them, using my art and creativity. So I’ve put together this fundraiser, which hopefully offers a little light relief, while also sharing some of the ways we can beat COVID-19 together and raising money for NHS Charities Together.”