Archive for December, 2013

Digital Artwork – Limited Edition Prints

The Unsung Hero of Christmas at the Designers and Makers ExhibitionThere’s a whole bundle of original Juice Creative digital artwork on display at the Pedestrian Gallery in Rutland Street, Leicester. The pictures are part of the Designers and Makers exhibition, which runs throughout the Christmas period from 28 November to 23 December 2013.

The pictures are taken from our brand new illustrated charity book: The Unsung Hero of Christmas. They show exactly what Santa’s elves get up to at the North Pole as they make ready for the festive season! You can buy The Unsung Hero of Christmas either from our website or from the Rainbows Hospice online store. Wherever you buy your copy, rest assured that ALL money received goes directly to Rainbows.

As if that weren’t enough, we’re also selling limited edition prints of the digital artwork from the book! Each picture is a high quality digital print measuring 420x840mm, rolled and ready for you to mount in a frame of your choice. There are five full-colour pictures to choose from: Professor Tom, Rubadub Robin, Runabout Reis, Gasmask Graham or Mistletoe Mike. To view them all – and choose the one you want – visit our exclusive online order page. Don’t forget, just as with the book, all the money you send us goes straight to Rainbows.

Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People covers the whole of the East Midlands, and is based in Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK. Children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions come to the hospice for specialist respite stays, symptom management, palliative and end-of-life care. Their families are also supported and helped by Rainbows on their difficult journey. Care is provided by a professional team of highly respected nurses, carers and therapists together with a large support team, under the direction of a team of doctors providing specialist paediatric, palliative care for children in the hospice and in the community. Rainbows strives to help families escape from a hospital environment, focusing instead on a home from home atmosphere.