Showing we care since 2008. Our projects and collaborations for great causes have so far raised:
Art To Save Lives
Jealous and The Connor Brothers have teamed up with charity CALM for the collaboration Art To Save Lives. On the same second Wednesday of each month, for 12 months, a different well known artist recruited by The Connor Brothers will release a limited edition print via The Jealous Gallery. With all profits going towards raising money for CALMS life-saving services united against suicide.
The Black Curriculum
Antony Burrill 'Ask More Questions'
Graphic Designer Antony Burrill is donating profits from his latest print release 'Ask More Questions' to 'The Black Curriculum' a social enterprise founded in 2019 by young people to address the lack of Black British history in the UK Curriculum.
Magda Archer 'Wrinkles Are Cool'
All profit's from the sales of Magda Archers risograph 'Wrinkles Are Cool' are being donated to Sarcoma UK, the bone and soft tissue cancer charity.
Stand for Equality
Following his stunning mural on our rooftop, Samuel Coleman released an accompanying edition. ‘Stand For Equality’ is a three colour screenprint and a percentage of all sales are donated to LGBTQ+ charity Mermaids.
Stay Home // Stay Homo
'Stay Home Stay Homo' by Hayden Kays was released this Summer to raise funds for the charity MindOut, the UK's only dedicated nationwide mental health LGBT charity. Working with Nicky Carter, who has been art curator at The Groucho Club since 1989, he emblazoned the hoarding of the Club with this fantastic piece to coincide with Gay Pride during lockdown.
In May 2020 Chris Levine released a limited edition print run of '#compassion', a portrait of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Epitomising peace and empathy during the time of Covid, this artwork, a three-colour screen-print, has been created in order to raise vital funds for anti-poverty charity, the Trussell Trust.
Big Issue x Our Types
In March 2020 The Big Issue teamed up with Ben Eine (Our Types) and Jealous to curate an exhibition titled 'UP'. The theme of the show is ‘UP’ inspired by The Big Issue’s mantra ‘a hand up not a hand out’, in reference to its efforts to empower those in poverty to generate an income by selling its iconic magazine. The exhibition was a great success with a percentage of sales going directly to The Big issue to support their work in dismantling poverty.
An exhibition in aid of the Katie Piper Foundation
In April 2019 Jealous teamed up with curator Gary Mansfield and The Katie Piper Foundation to host the exhibition FACEVALUE 3. 46 Artists are putting their work on the line for charity as part of a bold exhibition entitled (Dirty Work). All proceeds from the sale of the artworks will be donated to the Katie Piper Foundation, which aims to make it easier to live with burns and scars.
British Heart Foundation Gala Ball
The Beating Hearts Ball 2019
Jealous and Charming Baker donated to the British Heart Foundation for their Beating Hearts Ball auction in February 2019. Guests and celebrity supporters attended the fundraiser to raise money for life saving heart research and to raise awareness of inherited heart conditions. The event raised over £280,000, which will go towards pioneering research projects and The Miles Frost Fund.
Stanley Donwood 'Lost at Sea Again'
Following the release of Stanley Donwood's print edition 'Lost at Sea Again' 25% of the sales have been going directly to the charity Help Refugees. The charity funds more than 80 projects across Europe and the Middle East, making it the biggest facilitator of grassroots humanitarian aid on the continent.
Rokesly Junior School
Supporting our local junior school in their recent fundraising auction.
An exhibition in aid of the Katie Piper Foundation
In March 2018 Jealous teamed up with curator Gary Mansfield and The Katie Piper Foundation to host the exhibition FACEVALUE 2. 60 artists put their work on the line for charity as part of a bold exhibition which challenged the notion of identity though art all in aid of the Katie Piper Foundation.
The Hope Foundation for Street Children
Auction Held at The Ned
Charming Baker's 'Rescue Me' was donated to The Hope Foundation for Street Children for their annual Luncheon Action held at The Ned. HOPE is a charity which rescues thousands of children from the streets and slums of Kolkata, helping to improve their quality of life and giving them a better future.
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Multiple donations for Fundraising Events
Jealous are delighted to announce that we have partnered with Great Ormond Street Hospital and regularly donate artworks to be auctioned in their fundraising events, with all profits going to the Hospital. Charming Baker has generously also offered his works, with the sales going towards a better hospital and better facilities to the children and families who use the hospital.
Grenfell Tower Appeal
Sara Pope Lipstick Kiss
During the Jealous North launch of Sara Pope's #Gorgeous exhibition, we dusted off our portable print table and live printed Pope's 'Lipstick Kiss' open edition. Both Jealous and Sara Pope generously donated all proceeds of the edition to the victims of Grenfell Tower. We are thrilled with the success of this sold out edition, thank you to all those who supported this important cause.
The Big Issue
Ben Eine 'Celebrate'
TO CELEBRATE THEIR 200 MILLIONTH COPY, THE BIG ISSUE HAVE TEAMED UP WITH BEN EINE AND JEALOUS FOR THIS VERY SPECIAL POP-UP EXHIBITION, FEATURING BRAND NEW EDITIONS AND ORIGINALS BY EINE HIMSELF.
To celebrate their 200 millionth copy, The Big Issue teamed up with renowned street artist, Ben Eine, and Jealous for a very special pop-up exhibition, where we also launched 3 exclusive Ben Eine ‘CELEBRATE’ signed limited edition prints, which featured on the front cover of the newest edition of The Big Issue, to coincide with this huge landmark.
Proceeds of the sales of these editions also went directly to The Big Issue and the fanatstic work they do to combat homelessness and make it a thing of the past.
The Big Issue
Charming Baker 'Man Falls' Edition
In 2017 Charming Baker was invited to be Guest Editor for The Big Issue, for a very special Arts Edition. In collaboration with Charming Baker and Jealous Gallery in Shoreditch, The Big Issue will launched this special ‘Tipping Point’ magazine with a dedicated exhibition at Jealous East, featuring an exclusive, limited edition of 125 print release by Charming Baker entitled ‘Man Falls’, the proceeds of which went to The Big Issue.
Islington Womens Aid
Magda Archer - Feminist Risograph Edition
Jealous North played host to the exclusive group exhibition, 'Girls Girls Girls', in May 2017. We were delighted to launch Magda Archer's new risograph 'Feminist' edition during the show, with all proceeds going directly to Islington Womens Aid.
The print is still available across our 2 galleries and priced at only £5, the total raised will only increase!
Ben Eine 'Home Sweet Homeless' Edition
Earlier in 2017, Ben Eine released a very special edition, 'Home Sweet Homeless' which was created to raise awareness of homelessness in London and the UK. Proceeds of the sales were donated to Shelter, and continue to be donated as the edition sells.
The printing of this edition was filmed by Sky Arts, which was aired on a new series ‘The Art Show’ on 18th July 2017, who created a four minute film about Jealous and the ‘behind-the-scenes’ work we do, culminating in the filming of the Private View and launch of the edition.
The Mustard Tree Foundation
Proceeds from the sales of Ben Eine's prints Manchester Red + Blue are being donated to charity Mustard Tree who help combat homelessness in Manchester.
The Hawn Foundation
The Hawn Foundation Auction
Charming Baker's 'Half Pint 2013' was donated to Goldie Hawns foundation 'The Hawn Foundation', which aims to improve the wellbeing in children worldwide.
Charming Baker and Jealous donated a sold out edition to this specil fundraiser, which came at a time that refugees very publicly needed help. Unfortunately that help is still needed and both Jealous and Charming Baker continue to support this very important charity.
The Hepatitis C Trust
Art on a Postcard
We have collaborated with Art on a Postcard since 2016 when we published a portfolio of new editions with artists such as Anita Klein, David Shrigley, Rachael Howard, Gavin Turk, John Wragg RA, and many more.
We have since further collaborated on further editions with more notable artists and will continue to support this fantastic cause.
Livewire Youth Music Project
Lemmy Tribute Prints
After the passing of Motorhead frontman Lemmy in 2015, Jealous printed a series of £10 prints of Lemmy on an Ace of Spades card, with proceeds going to the Livewire Youth Music Project. Livewire is an independent long-standing youth charity based on the banks of the River Tamar in Saltash, Cornwall, offering support to young people through music and traditional youth work, helping steer them through the trials and tribulations of growing up.
Art Against Knives
Portfolio of New Editions
For Summer 2015, ART AGAINST KNIVES teamed up with 10 established artists to create a set of exclusive prints in response to the theme 'THE BRIGHTER THE BETTER'. Each limited edition of 25 were beautifully printed in the Jealous Studio, with all proceeds going straight back into creative projects for young people at risk of violent crime in London.
Charming Baker 'A Fall To Alms' Edition
In 2014 we published the beautiful edition 'A Fall To Alms', which represented the equivocal dove of peace, with all proceeds being donated to War Child. “I'm thrilled to be even a small part of such a worthy cause,” said Charming Baker in an interview in the Evening Standard.
Ghost of Gone Birds
Ghost of Gone Birds Portfolio
GHOSTS OF GONE BIRDS and Jealous co-created a print portfolio compromised of works from various well known artists to raise awareness of extinct bird species, and consequent endangered species potentially facing the same fate.
The organisation raised a creative army for conservation of over 200 artists, writers and musicians, who contributed endangered bird-related works to the charity. Jealous printed the portfolio of works which were then exhibited in Rochelle School.
The profits from the sale of the original art and prints went directly to help frontline conservation projects fighting to save the lives of endangered birds around the world.