Campaign Gallery - Leo Burnett hosts Shelter House of Cards exhibition

London - Last night, Shelter launched its House of Cards exhibition, with the capital's glitterati turning up to see playing cards designed by some of the world's top artists.

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Put together by Leo Burnett, the exhibition includes 52 original pieces of art including photography, installation, street art, graphic design, painting and textiles by artists such as Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, David Bailey, Vivienne Westwood, Rankin, Nick Park, Alexander McQueen and Boo Ritson.

The exhibition is currently running at the Haunch of Venison Gallery in London and on Monday 28 October the peices will be auctioned off to raise money for the homeless charity.

View a selection of the artwork on show in our gallery, above.

Users on Brand Republic who wish to view the gallery should click here: Campaign Gallery - Leo Burnett hosts Shelter House of Cards exhibition

 

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