A Letter in Mind is The National Brain Appeal’s annual fundraising art exhibition for which artists are invited to create an artwork on an A4 envelope.

All the envelopes are priced identically and sold anonymously at the on-line exhibition here. Envelopes can be filtered by ‘in stock’ to see those that are possible to purchase. There are still envelopes available to buy, so support the very worthwhile cause today and make a difference to the lives of those impacted by neurological conditions.

This year’s theme is ‘A Sense of Movement’, taking its inspiration from all that people have been missing over the last few years: travelling to far-off places, experiencing new activities and moving through life in a stimulating world.

Laurie Chetwood’s envelope is called ‘Paper City.’ It reflects the virtual and actual movement of people between real and imagined spaces and places.

Our Studio team designed an envelope called ‘Dear Doris’. This is an interactive piece of artwork allowing the viewer to fish through an array of trinkets kept by Doris over the years. These trinkets are bound together to form a continuous chain of sentimental moments for Doris and offer the viewer a sense of movement through her life.


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