By / / In 2014, The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh building, a symbol of British art, was reduced to ash. 25 world-famous artists including Grayson Perry, David Shrigley and Sir Antony Gormley were asked to turn a piece of charcoal salvaged from the Mackintosh Building fire into art. The work was auctioned at Christie’s to fund the rebuild. The film was commissioned by J. Walter Thompson (JWT London) and produced at Jelly London.
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