Listen To Your Art #3 with @ne_illustration for @lve_unplugged

Nathan Evans is a Leeds based illustrator, muralist and designer. He is one of ten artists who have designed cardboard guitars to be auctioned off at Saturday’s Love Unplugged charity fundraiser, in aid of Brains Trust.

What music do you think this guitar would play? Please leave your music suggestions in the comments below. Let’s soundtrack this art!

 Cardboard Guitar by Nathan Evans - Photo by Opus Photografix

Cardboard Guitar by Nathan Evans - image credit Opus Photografix

Cardboard Guitar by Nathan Evans - Photo by Opus Photografix

Cardboard guitar art by Nathan Evans www.n-evans.com

Photography by Opus Photographix www.opusphotografix.co.uk

Music and art loving charity fundraiser Love Unplugged takes place on Saturday 17th November from 7pm at Munro House, Leeds.

Tickets are £5 for students with valid NUS cards, £7 in advance and £9 on the door. Entertainment will come from The Coopers, Hunting Bears and Benjamin William Pike.  Cardboard guitars illustrated by artists (Lord Whitney, Tiger Tea, Freddie Denton, Laura Slater, Nathan Evans, Moenipulation, Roy Wood, Tasha Whittle, Tom Newell and 3 Digits) will go up for auction at the event, but you place your bid for them now online too!

For more information on the line up, guitars and tickets, visit the website www.loveunplugged.co.uk . All profits from this year’s event go to the charity Brains Trust.

You can follow @ne_illustration and @lve_unplugged on Twitter, and read an interview I did with Chris Dallender from Love Unplugged over on The Culture Vulture here!

See you on Saturday!

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