Mental Care and the Arts. Two things to be hugely invested in.
And if you throw a little David Shrigley into the mix, you know that 'Supporting the arts in Healthcare' will add an irreverent and clever take on a very important issue. Plinth and Shrigley have worked with the Imperial Health Charity to create tote bags of which the sale will raise money for their patient engagement program. Showing the importance of culture in patient well being, Shrigley invites you to figuratively stick a person back together with the help of Art Glue or feed a person wholesome cultural medicine to aide with their recovery. Either way, these Shrigley totes are bringing positive feelings to mental health and supporting this worthy charity which will only make you feel better about your day.
Canvas bag with the charity logo on reverse measuring 38 cm x 48 cm.
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