Art and leadership have often being brought together in history to tell a story of a moment in time, to highlight a cause or to communicate a message often with great effect. On this occasion, art and leadership come together to support each other and to help drive an agenda and facilitate change.
As Ritrovo continues to raise awareness of the need to inspire and support talent, to develop the leaders of tomorrow and to share the insights and learnings of leaders around the world, Pegasus has donated 2 special prints to help raise money to help support Ritrovo to take the platform further and into schools.
Pegasus is a famous American urban street artist who is based in London. He has worked in the north, south and east London areas, most notably in Camden, Islington, Hackney, Shoreditch and Lambeth.
Pegasus has a strong A-List and celebrity following having received commissions from Adele, Simon Cowell, Johnny Depp And Kim Kardashian Lindsey Lohan and England Rugby legend Ben Cohen. His stencilled pieces display an ironic and sometimes controversial portrayal of popular culture’s most recognisable icons. Pegasus is perhaps best known for Fallen Angel, an image of Amy Winehouse on the side of a Camden information centre (Starbucks) that was whitewashed over before being repainted and ‘opened’ by Winehouse’s mother Janis in December 2013.
Below are the 2 prints kindly donated for auction: starting bid £200