Massive Attack’s 3D Selling Art Prints for Ukraine Relief

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Massive Attack’s 3D Selling Art Prints for Ukraine Relief

Sales will benefit the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukrainian humanitarian efforts

Massive Attacks Robert “3D” Del Naja

Massive Attack’s Robert “3D” Del Naja (Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones)

Massive Attack’s Robert “3D” Del Naja has announced the sale of a new art print, where all profits will be directed to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukrainian relief efforts. The sale takes place until March 22. It follows an initial print release last week, which is being extended to March 22 as well and has already raised over £110,000 (roughly $143,000). Find more information at the Fire-Sale website.

It’s not the first time Del Naja has released artwork for benefit purposes. Others include a work to benefit the Bristol Food Union’s Feed the Frontline in 2020. Late last year, Massive Attack unveiled their plan to reduce carbon emissions across the music industry.

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