your chance to win a limited edition print


The Evening Standard is offering readers the chance to win a limited edition of Idris Khanwork of in support of Ukraine.

I thought we had more time…, than Khan was inspired to make after seeing images of families fleeing their homes, raised £137,000 for the Evening Standard’s Ukraine appeal. It is being sold as a limited edition for £300, in collaboration with Migrate Art, until Thursday. It will no longer be possible to buy it afterwards.

Readers can donate £10 to our appeal to enter a prize draw to win the print. All proceeds will go to the Disaster Emergency Committeehelping those who have been displaced from their homes by the conflict.

The print features the colors of the Ukrainian flag watercolored on glued music paper. Khan told Standard that the flag had “almost become the symbol of the free world for many people, and a symbol of hope and defiance”.

“I’m so excited to be offering an impression as part of a raffle. Everyone deserves the chance to contribute and help in any way they can, and we really appreciate all of that,” he told Standard.

Simon Butler, Founder of Migrate Art, said: “The response to this print version has been overwhelming. We are happy that this project can make some kind of difference for people who have seen their lives turned upside down in Ukraine,”

To enter the draw, go to: Registration closes March 31.

Donate here: Please donate what you can to the Evening Standard Ukraine Appeal (ES)


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