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Denny Bros team up with artist to support mental health charity

The specialist print group donates £2,000 to Suffolk Mind

Denny Bros

Artist Kate Jackson has created two pieces of artwork for the walls of the Denny Bros headquarters in Bury St Edmunds to support the work of mental health charity Suffolk Mind.

As part of the project, Denny Bros made a £2,000 pound donation to Suffolk Mind following Jackson’s long-term support to the charity.

Graham Denny, managing director of Denny Bros, said: “We have wanted some artwork for quite a while and it was great to be able to combine this with the contribution to a mental health charity.

“As a company, we are acutely aware that there can be a lack of suitable resources for those needing support for mental health issues and how vital the work done by charities like Suffolk Mind is for many people."

The pieces, that are titled ‘Sunrise over Denny Bros’ and ‘CMYK YMCK’, take inspiration from the group’s building and the group’s printing press factory, respectively.

“I wanted to produce something that would allow people to see an industrial building in a different way,” said Jackson, adding, “in terms of the second piece around the printing press fingerprinting test, I was given a tour of the factory and the colours really caught my eye.”

The group has commissioned Jackson with an additional project designing an exhibition stand following her “well received” work.

Sue Gray, director of the charity, said: “We are delighted to have the support of Denny Bros and Kate. It is fantastic to have people working together in the community supporting our work.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

25th July 2017

From: Marketing

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