Soundwaves Art Foundation is collaborating with Fleetwood Mac to create unique artwork to support Nordoff Robbins music therapy.

Soundwaves Art Foundation is a non-profit organisation that produces limited edition artwork, which is created by digitally manipulating, shaping and colouring sound waves generated in the studio recording of legendary songs.

The prints are then signed by the collaborating musicians and sold on to benefit charities around the world.

The work of the foundation, which has been running for twelve years, is made possible by musicians who give their time to sign artwork that benefits incredible causes. Previously, the foundation has worked with the likes of Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, The Clash, George Michael and many more.

Tim Wakefield, the visionary artist behind the Soundwaves Art Foundation said: “We have long been supporters of Nordoff Robbins and the great work they do helping people with music therapy. We’re thrilled to now be partnering with the charity and supporting their work through the proceeds of the Fleetwood Mac prints.”

Sandy Trappitt, Head of Partnerships at Nordoff Robbins added: “We’d like to say a huge thank you to Tim Wakefield and the Soundwaves Art Foundation for choosing to support Nordoff Robbins with the proceeds from their amazing Fleetwood Mac prints. As organisations, we both work with incredible musicians and artists, making this a partnership made in music heaven!”

Check out the unique and limited edition artwork on the Soundwaves Art Foundation website.

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