Orlando Weeks has launched a new collaborative art project with contributions from Wolf Alice, Sports Team and more

It kicks off today.

Orlando Weeks has launched a new collaborative art project.

Launching this afternoon, it features a number of art cards designed by the likes of Japanese House, Sports Team and Wolf Alice using a template inspired by Orlando’s debut solo album ‘A Quickening’.

A total of 140 illustrations will go on sale from 3pm today, 21st October, on a first-come-first-served basis from orlandoweeks.com, for £40 each to benefit the Music Venue Trust.

Orlando says: “Everyone involved recognises how crucial UK Venues of every shape and size are! They are where we go to commune and celebrate and sing and spill drinks together. These cards are a small gesture of thanks for the pleasure and opportunity that venues and their staff, up and down the country, have given so many of us.”

The full list of contributors reads:

Amber Bain (Japanese House)
Ben Mack (Sports Team)
Bethan Laura Wood
Bill Ryder-Jones
Ed Nash (Bombay Bicycle Club)
Ellie Rowsell (Wolf Alice)
George Haverson (Feet)
Gus Taylor (The Magic Gang) and Taylor Lyttleton
Izzy B Phillips (Black Honey)
Jack Penate
Jacob Reed (Jerkcurb)
James McGovern and Cathal Roper (The Murder Capital)
Jamie T
Joe Talbot (IDLES)
Josh Weller
Josh Whettingsteel (So Young Magazine)
Katy Wix
Kelly Lee Owens
Kele Okereke (Bloc Party) and Savanah
Lolly Adefope
Marcello Velho
Marika Hackman
Matt Maltese
Nick White
Polly Mackey (Art School Girlfriend)
Robert Hunter
Tom Dowse (Dry Cleaning)
Willie J Healey

Orlando Weeks has launched a new collaborative art project with contributions from Wolf Alice, Sports Team and more
Orlando Weeks has launched a new collaborative art project with contributions from Wolf Alice, Sports Team and more
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