Former Barcelona and Brazil striker Ronaldinho has spoken of his pride in becoming an ambassador for London charity Football for Peace (FFP). Speaking to The Drum, Ronaldinho, who has previously served blue chip brands such as Coca-cola, Nike and Lenovo as a face for each, talked about his new role while attending the unveiling of […]
Portraits of Brazilian football icons Pele and Ronaldinho are to be auctioned to raise money for a London charity. Lincoln Townley, from London, has created the images for the charity Football For Peace, an organisation backed by the United Nations which seeks to unite people and communities through football.
Brazil legend Ronaldinho posed with a stunning portrait of himself on Tuesday. The former Barcelona star flew to London to meet the artist Lincoln Townley He smiled for a snap with Townley and the co-founder of Football for Peace The amazing piece of art will be auctioned at Football for Peace’s inaugural Ball Ronaldinho will […]
LIMITED EDITION – BUY NOW The Britannia Awards on Oct. 27 honoring Matt Damon, Dick Van Dyke, Ava DuVernay, Claire Foy and Kenneth Branagh is the very public face of BAFTA Los Angeles. The org also recently announced a partnership with IGN Entertainment, which will exclusively live-stream the glitzy event to viewers across the globe.
The British capital is preparing to host a show-tribute entitled to the unforgettable David Bowie. Combining a series of photographs and portraits, concurrently with the launch of the book written by Dylan Jones in memory of the musician.
An interview with British artist Lincoln Townley on Sky News Live – the Beattie & Reith Show. Lincoln’s show at the Brisbane Powerhouse runs from August 17th to October 1st 2017
When starting out in any career, it’s a challenge to get your foot in the door and rejection is never easy to stomach – especially when you find yourself getting knocked back several times in a short time span. For artist Lincoln Townley, it was difficult to find commercial galleries that would accept his visceral […]
British artist Lincoln Townley, on his first trip to Australia, speaks with ABC News about comparisons to Andy Warhol, commercial success and his Surprise collection.