The Little Print Shop of Horrors – a ‘bad’ way of helping a good cause – will reopen for a fifth year before this Halloween.
Creative Spark’s yearly online shop sells horror-themed limited edition prints raising money for Forever Manchester.
This year’s theme is ‘Award-Winning Horror’, with prints expected to feature Alien, Misery and A Clockwork Orange.
Neil Marra, founder and Senior Partner of Creative Spark, said: “It came around due to us being proud of our roots, and although we are expanding globally we wanted to celebrate the fact that it all started in this amazing city.
“We wanted to support a local charity that helps local people.
“The guys at Forever Manchester are amazing and do an amazing job, we are really proud to be working with them again and hope to continue in the future.”
Creative Sparks have gone back to what they know best this year, creating creative prints using two bold colours, in the hope that people would be proud to hang them on their walls.
The prints will be displayed at Kosmonaut in the Northern Quarter from October 20 and will be available to purchase.
Nick Massey, chief executive for Forever Manchester, said: “Each year this project continues to grow and creates some really impressive designs so we can’t wait to see the end results.
“We’re so grateful for all the hard work and efforts that go into raising money for Forever Manchester – the donations really do make such a difference throughout Greater Manchester.”
For more information and to purchase the prints click here.
Image courtesy of Creative Sparks, via Twitter, with thanks