One of the reasons for the Fatea 30th Birthday Bash, as well as celebrating the success of the magazine over the years was to raise funds to digitise the Fatea Archive so that the physical archive can be donated to the British Library.
Rebekah Findlay, who designed this year's Fatea Showcase Sessions Sleeves, has created limited edition signed prints of a compilation of all four sleeve designs. In total there will be four artist's proofs and twenty-five fine art prints.
Rebekah has generously donated the original print (Artist Proof No.1) to be sold by blind auction to help raise funds for the digitisation project.
The print will go to the supplier of the highest bid when the bids are reviewed on December 1st and will be sent to the winner once the payment has been confirmed.
To enter the blind auction simply mail email@example.com with your bid and a contact phone number. You may bid as many times as you like. Your details will not be shared with anyone and you will receive a confirmation that your bid has arrived and a single email at the end of the auction.
The print is 2ft(61cm) square, numbered and signed by the artist.
Rebekah Findlay is an artist and musician who has recorded under her own name and as a session player with a number of performers. Her artwork can be found on a number of album sleeves as well as on walls up and down the country. More of her artwork can be found at http://www.rebekahfindlay.co.uk/galleries
More detail on the Fatea Archive Project can be found here http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine/news/FateaArchive/