Fetish Visions – art auction for charity in London

By on September 23, 2009

Fetish Visions is all about the fetish world doing something a little special for the cancer support of Macmillan Trust – with ALL profits of this event being donated. To find out what they are all about check out their site at www.macmillan.org.uk

The art world does a lot for the fight against cancer but the fetish world always gets left out. Mainly because we are treated as being seedy and pornographic. But cancer doesn’t choose its victims by how they lead their life or their interests… so why should the fund raisers?


Fetish Visions is putting on an auction of art, photography and other items that are based on the fetish/erotic life mixed up with a party/club feel with known DJs and a few drinks.

We also hope to find donations of clothing and other such things. But all comes to those who try their hardest and a little luck… so please get in touch with donations. We want to raise as much funding as humanly possible. “Just to show the fetish world does come with a heart”. Be you a photographer / artist / performer / clothing & equipment retailer or a fan / follower of the life style WE NEED YOU!

If you can attend or bid by phone/computer that is just as cool. Visit our website for a full list of items up for auction: www.fetishvisions.co.uk

The date we have is Sunday 27th September 2009 and the venue is something special – the White House in Clapham.

DJs include
The *Ting*
DJ Zynthexia
Anthony Dean
Pablo b2b Kris Noble
+ Live vocals by STACE

For more information or queries regarding advance bidding, or if you wish to make an advance bid on any item you see on the “Auction” page, please email bids@fetishvisions.co.uk.

For general enquiries, please email info@fetishvisions.co.uk.

Please join our Facebook group – Fetish Visions
or visit our Myspace page at www.myspace.com/1066a

Sunday 27th September
The White House, 65 Clapham Park Road, Clapham, London SW4
2pm – 11pm, auction starts at 4:30pm

Tickets are available at only £5 from www.moreonthedoor.com
All proceeds go to The Macmillan trust

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