Jamie Hewlett – the artist behind Tank Girl and Gorillaz – visited Bangladesh with Oxfam, to see for himself how climate change is already costing lives.
The experience inspired a series of watercolours, now showing as part of the Under Water Colours exhibition which opened last night, 15th October in East London. Limited edition prints of the watercolours are now available to buy here, in aid of Oxfam's work in Bangladesh and Nepal.There is a video of Jamie's trip over on Oxfam's website, Watch it here.
The space is open from Saturday 17th and the show runs until 31 October 2009. Open every day 10.00 am – 6.00 pm. Free admission
Dray Walk Gallery | Dray Walk | London E1W 6QL
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