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Help change lives and win a great prize with Centrepoint Evening Standard Auction!

Help change lives and win a great prize with Centrepoint Evening Standard Auction!

Street artist Cartrain has donated a work to the Christmas Appeal auction after Centrepoint helped him through homelessness during the festive season.

“Centrepoint saved me when I was in a really bad place. Sleeping rough is horrible. It’s not something I think anyone should have to do.”

The charity placed Cartrain, now 24, in a hostel after he ended up sleeping rough in December 2014. The artist is auctioning one of his most famous works – inspired and endorsed by Turner Prize winners Gilbert & George – to help raise funds for Centrepoint’s new helpline. You can bid for it online hereIt is among lots in the second online auction, launching today, which also includes the chance to train with an Olympic champion, holidays in Britain and abroad, and top sporting days out.

You can read the full Evening Standard article with Cartrain photographed in our new gallery here.

Cartrain with his artworks “Kim Jong-un” (left) and “Corporate Conspiracy” (right)


We are excited to present new series of prints by Cartrain with Che Guevara. In edition of 25, the artwork will have three editions: one with Cuban flag, one with an American flag, last to be confirmed.

You can support the artist by pre-ordering the prints here.


A playful interpretation of Damien Hirst’s ‘Pills’ this Christmas-inspired artwork also echoes Paul McCarthy’s Paris Christmas Tree.

Magic Trees, 2015
Giclee print on Hahnemuhle paper
75 × 90 cm
Edition of 20

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USA Che, 2016
Screen print on paper
80 x 60 cm
Edition of 25

One of Cartrain’s most iconic works that sparked media’s attention and the fury of Damien Hirst.

For the Love of God, 2012
52 × 40 cm
Unique original

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This pop art North Korean leader will have everyone talking at the dinner table. Available in four colours (red, yellow, green, blue).

Kim Jong-un, 2016
Screen print on canvas
80 × 60 cm
Edition of 25

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screen-shot-2016-12-13-at-13-49-56Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic movie, this artwork has Cartrain’s stamp all over it.

Psycho, 2015
Screen print
70 × 70 cm
Edition of 20

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Kim Jong-un, 2015
Screen print on paper
59 x 42 cm
Edition of 10

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