Raheem on a Sterling
Having your face put on a banknote is considered one of the highest honors across the globe. To honor Raheem Sterling for using his voice against injustice, Lack of Guidance wanted to do the unthinkable - putting Raheem Sterling's face on a Pound sterling banknote.
We organized a series of workshops where we asked young people to design a £10 banknote with Raheem’s face on it. After digitizing the designs, another workshop took place in which the designs were printed on paper made of recycled newspapers. Not just regular newspapers, but strictly newspapers with negative reports about Raheem Sterling. By doing this, Lack of Guidance wanted to demonstrate that you can take something negative and turn it into something positive.
Edition of 1
Printed on recycled paper made of The Sun newspapers
Professionally framed in American walnut frame
Mounted on acid-free museum board
UV70 Museum Glass
All profits will go to an organization that uses the power of football to support disadvantaged young people in the UK.