Robbie Coltrane and David Bradley Doodle for a good cause, get ready for charity auction

For almost two decades now, Action against epilepsy, an England and Wales-based charity dedicated to supporting people with epilepsy, raised funds through its event called National Doodle Day, which auctions scribbles drawn by artists alongside artists. ‘film and television actors. This year, Harry potter fans will notice three particular names on the list of participants. Of Harry potter film series, Robbie Coltrane (Rubeus Hagrid), David Bradley (Argus Filch) and Zoë Wanamaker (Madam Hooch) all contributed to the designs for this year’s charity auction.

From today until September 19, you can bid on and potentially own unique artwork of one of your favorite actors and most importantly, help a wonderful charity. And even more exciting for Potter fans, Coltrane, Bradley and Wanamaker all donated fantastic and very diverse artwork.

Wanamaker put together a very bright, bold and funky collage made up of confetti, various paper cutouts, what looks like a piece of pom pom and a plastic confetti wreath, lined all around with marker scribbles.

Zoë Wanamaker’s doodle is a collage of various objects.

Bradley proves his generosity is limitless by returning to National Doodle Day. In 2017, Bradley provided a sketch of Mr. Filch and his beloved cat, Mrs. Norris. This year he decided to take another shot at the pair, but instead he made it clear that Ms. Norris nastier.

David Bradley returns to Doodle Day with another sketch of Mr. Filch and Mrs. Norris.

David Bradley returns to Doodle Day with another sketch of Mr. Filch and Mrs. Norris.

And finally, Coltrane contributed what he calls a measuring sketch of a real-life antique watch ship how he recovered and restored himself! While Hagrid marvels at magical creatures, Coltrane clearly has an affinity for history and ancient engineering.

Robbie Coltrane shares a measuring sketch of an actual antique clockwork vessel that he himself restored.

Robbie Coltrane shares a measuring sketch of an actual antique clockwork vessel that he himself restored.

You can check out the rest of the doodles at Epilepsy Action’s Gallery. Once you have gone through all the doodles and their doodles, you can head to eBay to bid on your favorite. Proceeds from these auctions will benefit Epilepsy Auction, whose goal is to dramatically improve the lives of people affected by epilepsy by providing chat and phone support, additional resources and, most importantly, influencing lawmakers. . If you are just not an art fan, you can still make a donation directly to the organization.

Between the doodles of Coltrane, Bradley and Wanamaker, which do you prefer the most and why? Among the actors of the Potter movie series, which doodle would you most like to see? Let us know in the comments.

Press release

Art and entertainment worlds unite for charity auction

Famous names from the entertainment and art world have teamed up to support [the] National charity Epilepsy Action. They sketched out unique artwork for an eBay auction that begins Friday, September 17, National Doodle Day. The event turns 17 this year.

The auction includes works by television favorites Aisling Bea (This way up), Freema Agyeman (Dr Who, New Amsterdam), Alice Eve (Belgravia, Black mirror), Celia Imrie, Jools Holland and Dame Maureen Lipman DBE alongside famous artists and illustrators such as RW Alley (Paddington) and Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo). Fans have until Sunday, September 19 to bid on the original designs. Proceeds from each doodle sold will help support the 600,000 people with epilepsy in the UK.

Philippa Cartwright, Director of Fundraising at Epilepsy Action, said: “National Doodle Day is a fantastic event that plunges fans and collectors into an auction frenzy. This is their chance to buy original artwork from celebrities, artists and designers and each doodle sold raises vital funds for people with epilepsy.

“Every year we are inundated with submissions from all kinds of doodlers. Since the launch of National Doodle Day 17 years ago, more than 1,500 celebrities and artists have supported us. After all the lockdowns, we can’t wait to reveal their new creations to you. Don’t forget to bid on Friday September 17th and all weekend!

Since the start of National Doodle Day in 2004, doodlers around the world have raised over £ 180,000 for Epilepsy Action, all with the goal of improving the lives of people with epilepsy. All the latest doodles are now available to view online Gallery and on eBay from Friday.

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