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The anonymous heART project

DATE: ONLINE / Ebay from 02/11/18 to 10/11/18


This exciting project features hundreds of A5 sized pieces of artwork which have been created and donated by famous artists, celebrities, influential figures and creative supporters of Heart Research UK.

All artwork is up for auction on eBay until just after 9pm on Sunday 11 November 2018

The twist? Though the list of artists will be available to all bidders, the artist of each individual piece will be kept anonymous, only being revealed after the auction is over. Could you bag yourself an original Steadman for a bargain price?

With 400 pieces of one-of-a-kind artwork from contributors across the globe, there's a piece of art for everyone. The pieces would make the perfect unique Christmas present this year.

Everything raised by the auction will be invested in pioneering medical heart research: making hearts healthier in local communities: masterclassses for clinicians and driving innovative education in schools. Together, we can take on heart disease and keep those we love around for longer.

"These miniature masterpieces are quirky gift ideas and are the perfect gift for someone who has everything!"

Who are the contributors?

The contributors are a mixture of household names from the world of entertainment, politics and the arts, with a sprinkling of artwork from our supporters. Gillian Anderson, Jo Brand, Theresa May, Joe Lycett, Nick Cave, Ashley Jackson and Ralph Steadman, are just a few of the well-known names who have created the unique, original pieces you can search for on the eBay auction

How can I buy one of The anonymous heART project pieces?

All of the artwork will be available to bid on in the online auction being held through eBay from 2 – 11 November 2018.

A full list of contributors will be available to view throughout the live auction.

If you have any queries about the auction please contact Rachel at community@heartresearch.org.uk or on 01132 347474

To follow the campaign, follow @heartresearchuk and view some of the artwork by searching for #anonartproject.