Bambi's "Love me tender" feature artwork for Cancer Research's Art auction -Bidding is now open!

This March, Graffik Gallery is supporting Cancer Research UK’s Sound & Vision event taking place at Abbey Road Studios, hosted by Davina McCall.

The event hopes to raise £400k for the Stand Up To Cancer Campaign.

At this year’s event they will be celebrating the history of Abbey Road Studios as well as continuing the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles album Abbey Road. 190 guests will be attending the evening and will get to enjoy drinks, dinner and performances from the incredible Texas and Jack  Savoretti. 
A significant element of the evening is their silent auction which is made up of music memorabilia, art and photography.

Graffik Gallery have contributed to the event, by securing the wonderful ‘Love Me Tender’ by Bambi, originally spray painted on a street in Miami in 2013, to include in the live auction on the night.
Cancer Research UK are offering us the chance to share "Love Me Tender" with you. If you would like to make a bid on this iconic canvas or to find out more, please email or dial
+44 (0) 203 469 8660.

Title: Love Me Tender
Medium: Spray paint on canvas, signed in front
Size: 100 x 100cm (114cm x 114cm framed)

Opening bid: £20,000 Estimate:  £30,000 - £50,000

TO PLACE A BID please email or dial 0203 469 8660

 Please ensure you are making your highest bid. The winner of "Love Me Tender" will be announced on Thursday 26 March 2020 at 10.30pm
following the live auction taking place. 
The deadline to make your bid is by 5pm on Wednesday 25th March. All funds raised from the live auction and from this painting will go towards
life-saving cancer research.  


Bambi on "Love me Tender"

I’ve always loved the look & the music of the legend that is Elvis In this piece inspired by the photographic image of Elvis used from a still from the movie Flaming Star, which has become iconic and synonymous with the singer. 
Elvis has abandoned his iconic gun in favour of a more peaceful bouquet of flowers ....not so macho, armed, and dangerous. touching on the subject of The Second Amendment 'The Right To Bear Arms ‘ which is the people's right to possess weapons for their own defence, is a very interesting & sensitive subject that I’m very interested in commenting on image is a thought provoking quest for a more peaceful world where we don’t want or need to be armed ... an utopia!!! 

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