The Engine House x UNITOM: Fundraiser for MUD

The Engine House x UNITOM: Fundraiser for MUD

From the 23rd - 25th of June UNITOM hosted designers, illustrators, and makers from The Engine House Studio for a pop-up shop to raise money for Manchester Urban Diggers (MUD) who recently lost equipment during a break-in. 

After a launch on Friday evening and further sales over the weekend, they have now raised over £500 for MUD, a charity dedicated to changing our broken food system through community food-growing projects.

There are still plenty of beautiful limited edition prints and objects available to buy on The Engine House Studio's online store, all proceeds will go to Manchester Urban Diggers. 

You can visit MUD at their Platt Fields Market Garden for food and community arts events, food support, home-grown vegetables, and much more. 

Thanks to Holly Eliza Temple, Caroline Dowsett, Dr. Me, Sew What MCR, Textbook Studio, Taxi Cab Industries, Himhallows, Amy Victoria Marsh, and Jason Edmunds for filling the pop-up with such wonderful artworks, prints, and objects on the theme of nature and growth. Huge thanks also to everyone who braved the rain and came along to support the fundraiser! 

pop-up shop sign
pop-up display stand
crowd outside UNITOM
wildflower seed packets Amy Victoria Marsh
art prints UNITOM
crowd inside UNITOM
art prints UNITOM
Sew What MCR embroidered wall hangings and 3d printed flower pots
people milling
Dr.Me beer can design
people milling
crowd outside UNITOM

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