Moss, Beckham, Hilton's Portraits Sketched in Pig's Blood for Charity

by VR Sreeraman on  July 7, 2007 at 4:26 PM Lifestyle News
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Moss, Beckham, Hilton's Portraits Sketched in Pig's Blood for Charity
Supermodel Kate Moss and superstar footballer David Beckham are among celebrities whose sketches have been drawn with pig's blood for a charity auction.
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Artist Rich Clarke, who created the artworks, says that he was inspired by US TV drama 'Dexter' that follows a serial killer, working for the police and analysing blood at crime scenes.

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He was specifically assigned the task of making these artworks by FX Channel to coincide with the launch of US TV drama 'Dexter', and to publicise the UK's National Blood Service (NBS).

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's sketches have also been drawn with the animal's blood.

The sketches will be sold in a charity auction on eBay, the proceeds of which will go to the NBS, reports Contactmusic.

Source: ANI
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guest Thursday, July 19, 2007

I AM TOTALLY DISGUSTED TO SEE SOME ONE WHO CALLS THEMSELVES AN ARTIST STOOP SO LOW AS TO USE AN ANIMALS BLOOD WHY?ITS BARBARIC.AT THE MOMENT I AM TRYING TO FIND YOU ON EBAY RICH CLARKE THEN I WILL GET YOU SHUT DOWN YOU DONT WANNA MESS WITH ME JUST BECAUSE OF SOME CHARITY.

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