2,900 postcard-sized artworks by over 1,000 contributors.
What’s the secret? Each year, the Royal College of Art asks professional artists and designers, plus up-and- coming art students and graduates to make and donate a piece of work. Each postcard is signed on the back, so collectors don’t know the identity of the artist until they’ve handed over their cash.
The contributors ranged from fashion designers Sir Paul Smith and head of Burberry Christopher Bailey to graduate RCA students. All donated to help support young art students. The mini masterpieces were up for sale at just £50 each.
Below are two of my favourites from the evening. They are hilarious.
Here is a reflection of me reflecting on the evening while on my way home.