Massive Attack's Robert "3D" Del Naja Releases 'PROTECTION' Print

All proceeds to benefit UK’s Bristol Food Union.

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British artist and Massive Attack frontman, Robert “3D” Del Naja just released a new print edition called PROTECTION. The two-color, figurative artwork portrays a grainy human-like figure covered with bold visuals of blue hands and the words “protection” and “Bristol” beneath it. The blue color was inspired by the National Health Service’s official logo.

All proceeds from the sale of the prints will go directly to the Bristol Food Union that is providing support to restaurants, local farmers, and producers impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Each print will be signed by Del Naja with 10 editions randomly spray-finished by the artist. Purchase a PROTECTION print here for £120 GBP (approx. $147 USD).

In related stories, Banksy unveiled a new artwork called Game Changer that will go on auction to raise funds for NHS charities.

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