Massive Attack’s 3D is selling art prints in support of Ukraine war relief

As the war in Ukraine continues to rage on with devastating effects, Massive Attack‘s Robert “3D” Del Naja is selling a new art print to help support the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukrainian relief efforts. Already, Del Naja’s prints have raised more than £110,000 (which equates to roughly $143,000 USD). The work will continue to be for sale until March 22. Fans can purchase Del Naja’s art prints here.

So far, at least 15,000 have died in the conflict, with another estimated 1,900 injured. More than $119 billion in property damage has been reported, with at least 1,700 buildings destroyed. Due to the war and Russia’s invasion, 3.2 million Ukrainian citizens have been displaced, fleeing to Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and Slovakia.

Del Naja has long been one to use his artistic talent towards good causes, including for the Bristol Food Union’s Feed the Frontline benefit in 2020. Massive Attack also unveiled their plans to help reduce carbon emissions within the music industry last November.

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