London Coffee Festival 2019

The Coffee Art Project would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who helped make the London 2019 Edition such a success! In particular, we would like to thank all the artists who put so much hard work into submitting work for our competition. Although all the entries were amazing, they were narrowed down to a selection of 46 pieces that were displayed at the London Coffee Festival in the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane.

The entries this year were incredable and so diverse, they made such an impact at the festival with over 2000 visitor votes, all due to the incredible efforts of Allegra Foundation team and their volenteers from Water Aid. 
 
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Here are a couple of images of how the gallery looked, if you would like to see all the selected pieces, go over to the London '19 Collections page.

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All other participants who submitted work had a chance to showcase their work at our premiring 'Art Shop', which was a massive success, with many sales that contributed to Project Waterfall.
 
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Altogether the artwork managed to raise a massive £1,400 for Project Waterfall to help bring clean water and sanitation to coffee-farming communities.

All the artworks are a generous contribution from the artists themselves to Project Waterfall, with the work being sold or auctioned to fund the charity. So far, Project Waterfall has raised more than over £1 million and delivered clean water to over 37,000 people across 7 countries. 
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