Art work adopted by junior doctors could raise thousands for London hospital

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Art work adopted by junior doctors could raise thousands for London hospital

A London based artist whose work has been adopted by striking junior doctors has donated his art to raise money for a London Hospital Trust. Stik, known for his distinctive style of street art, will see his work "Sleeping Baby" go to auction at Christies in aid of the Homerton Hospital Charitable Fund. London Live spoke to him in his East London studio. 


 

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