Star Artist Meets Star DJ: Rene Turrek's Artwork Hand Signed by Laidback Luke Straight from the Parookaville Festival
For the fourth time in a row, 80,000 fans of electronic music had only one destination: the sold-out festival Parookaville. On the ground of the airport in Weeze, it's party time for three days - following the vision to celebrate the joy of live with the performances of the most famous stars from the electro and dance music scene. And for all citizens of Parookaville and electronic music fans, we can offer a unique chance: secure here the hand signed portrait - sprayed by the star artist Rene Turrek - of the star DJ Laidback Luke, who is, for years, one of the top 100 DJs and who worked with numerous stars of the szene. Laidback Luke himself now signed the portrait which is now an absolute unicum. Bid now and do not miss this chance for a good cause!
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You bid on an absolute unicum: the graffiti portrait of the star DJ Laidback Luke.
- With the original signature of Laidback Luke
- Sprayed by the artist Rene Turrek
- The Urban Art artist and designer usually internationally known for his Xclusivcar design with graffiti and effect varnish created the portrait of the star DJ on the occasion of the exceptional festival
- Size: ca. 50cm x 60cm
- Shipping is included in Germany, when shipping to other countries, shipping must be funded and ordered by the auction winner
The proceeds of the auction "Star Artist Meets Star DJ: Rene Turrek's Artwork Hand Signed by Laidback Luke Straight from the Parookaville Festival" go directly and without any deductions to the RED NOSE DAY.
RED NOSE DAY
The Fundraising Campaign of ProSieben for the Support of Charities
This year, the RED NOSE DAY supports two projects, the Lukas Podolski Foundation and UNICEF:
Together with the Lukas Podolski Foundation, the RED NOSE DAY wants to build a football ground in a inner city of Cologne.
Furthermore, the RED NOSE DAY supports the UNICEF campaign #STOP10SECONDS which is campaigning for children in South Sudan.