Street Artist Ben Eine at work on his Change Mural in London

Back in September of last year, UK artist Ben Eine painted his 'CHANGE' mural in Old Street, London in support of The Flavasum Trust

The Flavasum Trust was initiated after the death of Tom-Louis Easton, a young music teacher who was fatally stabbed whilst recording music for his friends at the Islington council-run EC1 Music Project Studio, London. 

Flavasum works with and funds projects that use music, theatre, dance, poetry, film, photography, and visual art to help young people change their own lives and dissuade them from carrying weapons.

Street Artist Ben Eine at work on his Change Mural in London

Artist Ben Eine Change Print

Nelly Duffy Gallery is set to release a special screen-printed artwork edition based on this "CHANGE" mural at Old Street in support of The Flavasum Trust. 

The CHANGE artworks will be available in 2 formats, a CHANGE box set of 6 individual letter prints or a CHANGE sheet print with all the letters. The editions are able to be pre-order online at Nelly Duff on 18 May 2011 at 10am. Thirty percent of profits will go directly to The Flavasum Trust.

Edition sizes, formats, and price info can be found on the Nelly Duff website.

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