The treasure hunt will take place during Easter weekend from Good Friday (14th April) until Easter Monday (17th April), Dom will be hiding pieces of his art across London. Each art piece is worth £3,000 and a pair will make up the whole image, worth £7,000. Pairs will be hidden near each other in unexpected places such as changing rooms in department stores, trains, alleyways and iconic landmarks. Lucky hunters will be able to get them framed for free, courtesy of Zebra One Gallery.
It’s free to take part and open to everyone, all you need to do is follow the #FreeArt on Twitter. The gallery, the artist, celebrities such as Mel C, Dynamo and Dave Rowntree will be tweeting clues.
Urban artist Dom Pattinson creates original street art in his unique graffiti style. Fun and provocative, his eye catching pieces will form part of The Last Tango exhibition taking place at the Zebra One Gallery in Hampstead. The exhibition will start on 17th April until the 19th May. Inspired to help rehome refugees of the Syrian crisis, Dom will donate 50% of sales of pieces purchased during this period to the International Rescue Committee (IRC).
Although I was tempted not to write about the treasure hunt for selfish reasons namely cutting the competition, it’s too good not to share. I love this idea and it’s a brilliant way to get your hands on a Dom Pattinson, the art not the man!