A one of one piece by The Rebel Bear – to raise money for the NHS and Social Bite

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This is a fantastic opportunity to own an original one of one piece by the internationally renowned street artist 'The Rebel Bear'. The piece entitled 'vaccine' shows a nurse about to pop a Covid shaped balloon with a syringe.  


All money raised will be split between 'NHS charities together' to go towards NHS staff and equipment to help fight Covid-19 on the front line and 'Social Bite' who are currently feeding homeless and vulnerable people during this crisis.  


The piece will be on a high quality 150 x 125cm deep edge cotton canvas and will come with a COA from the artist and a photo of the original street art.  



Artist profile: 


The street artist, known as ‘The Rebel Bear’ has been creating street art over the last 4 years throughout Scotland as well as London, Calais and New York (completing a commission for the United Nations). He has built up a large organic and engaged following on Instagram and has been referred to as “Scotland’s Banksy” on many occasions in the media. To date, his work has been featured in the BBC, The Guardian, The Times, The Herald, LA Times, NBC, The Sun and many more. You can see some examples of this media coverage here and here and here and here and here. 



Lot 1
£ 5,000
A one of one piece by the rebel bear to raise money for the NHS and Social Bite
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