Bentley Gets Idle Design Staff to Create Art for Charity

Bentley Gets Idle Design Staff to Create Art for Charity
Design

Freed up design staff creates an amazing collection of art for a good cause.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 13 november 2009

Rather than have staff pass their workday time surfing the web or worse lay them off, automaker Bentley called upon their talented design staff to create works of art for a charity auction.

The aim is to raise money for The Christie Hospital in Manchester, a leading international centre for research and treatment. The collection includes a vast array of sculptures, painting, digital art and photography. Created in many different media, from sculptures in bronze and set in wood, to metal and leather, to Perspex, to palette knife and brush paintings on canvas, the works showcase the imagination of the men and women who design Bentley cars.

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