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Samuel Bradley
Samuel Bradley

The Earth Issue launches print sale to raise money for Black Lives Matter

The art and photography collective is offering prints for £100 from more than 80 different artists – and they’re selling fast

The Earth Issue, a collective of artists and creative professionals who are working at the intersection of art and environmentalism, has launched a print sale to raise funds for bail contributions and organisations fighting for social justice.

The sale echoes the huge success of previous print examples, such as Pictures For Elmhurst and Photographs For The Trussell Trust. Priced at £100, more than 80 photographers and artists including Amber Pinkerton, Wendy Huynh, Harley Weir, and more, have donated prints for the cause. Some artists’ prints have already sold out in less than a few hours.

Donations, minus the costs of postage and printing, will be sent to Black Lives Matter via the Bails Funds platform. The sale stretches across 30 days and The Earth Issue will donating to several charities and organisations during this time dependent on needs and recommendations. Several prints have already sold out so get in quick!

The Earth Issue Freedom Fundraiser runs for 30 days. Buy a print here