Atelier JI & Bisser present "Migration" on behalf of the National Autistic Society. 

This October Bisser joined Atelier JI in their London studio to produce a new limited edition etching "Migration", published by Graffiti Street, UK. This November the artist and studio are presenting the rare opportunity to purchase the BAT Edition (the first print off the press, usually held in the studio archives) to raise money for the National Autistic Society. 

100% of money raised from the sale of Bisser's "Migration" will be donated to the National Autistic Society (Bexley Branch). 

About the artist
Bisser’s star is firmly in the ascendancy. This talented young Belgian is taking the urban art scene by storm, and is known for his unforgettable and highly-stylised approach. The word Bisser comes from the verb "Bissen" which means to resit your year at school. The name wasn't chosen by accident either, as he has been able to convert classroom adversity into glorious opportunity. He recently made the top 3 at Bloop Festival and continues to wow the crowds. With his own unique style, Bisser is taking street art into new realms of creative expression.

About the Charity
Founded in 1962, the National Autistic Society are the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Their goal is to help transform lives, change attitudes and create a society that works for autistic people. The Bexley Branch of the National Autistic Society (BNAS) are a parent-led voluntary group, all of whom are parents, carers or family members of children and young people on the autistic spectrum. BNAS offer a variety of social and leisure activities for children on the autism spectrum and their families living within Bexley Borough. |