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katie Aardman Staff Posted: Mar 16th 2011

Aardman auctions goodies for Red Nose Day, including a signed Wallace & Gromit drawing from Nick Park!


Aardman is throwing its support behind the TwitRelief campaign with one of it’s top modelmakers, Jim Parkyn, putting himself forward as a ‘Tweeter’ who will follow someone on Twitter for 90 days. As well as the privilege of being followed by someone as creative, generous and all-round brilliant as Jim, the person who wins the Twit Relief bid will also win:

• A full colour sketch of Wallace & Gromit, drawn and signed by Nick Park!

• A real clay model of our classic character Morph, hand-sculpted by his creator, Aardman’s co-founder Peter Lord

• A signed, framed Shaun the Sheep sketch from the creator of the hugely popular Shaun the Sheep series, Richard Goleszowski.

These fantastic prizes are being auctioned by Jim right now on eBay and he’s already had more than 40 bids, bringing the total to a whopping £960 so far!

Additionally, for those of you in the Cardiff area, TX Maxx will be auctioning a T-shirt featuring sketches and signatures from various celebrities, and one of those celebrities is Nick Park. Be sure to drop by the branch to find out more.

gromitsbuddyinginventor Posted: Mar 16th 2011

that is soooooo cool! Wallace and Gromit are just great in every way! Comic Relief is a really good cause aswell!
Go Aardman!;)

i love wallace and gromit Posted: Mar 18th 2011

thats cool. im silent for the day and i have raised £50 :)

katie Aardman Staff Posted: Mar 18th 2011

Great work, I love wallace and gromit! One of the Aardman team is also doing a sponsored silence, but the twist is he can only communicate with pictures rather than words! Good luck for the rest of the day :)

cocolangham Posted: Mar 19th 2011

thats awsome:D

kld loves wallace for eva Posted: Mar 20th 2011

haha was that not jamfactory do that to him for children in need;)

katie Aardman Staff Posted: Mar 24th 2011

That's right, he made £1000 for red nose day in the end!

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