London gallery Dray Walk organised an exceptional event melting art and a statement in favor of the preservation of our planet. Born out of a love of nature, Thomas Danthony and Clare Mabin came up with the idea for Touch Wood, asking 50 celebrated international artists, designers and illustrators to create an artwork on a recycled wooden board to encourage to defend ecosystems around the world and particularly, the forests. From the legendary Nathalie du Pasquier, creator of the Memphis movement in the 1980s, to Jean Jullien, known most famously for his ‘Peace for Paris’ symbol in 2015, the exhibition features some of the greatest names of contemporary painting. Starting from October the 17th, all these works will be on sale. The profit will go to the World Land Trust.