Save the Children's artistic campaign enlisted several talented artists to create sculptures that were meant to represent their dreams.
The unique fund raising idea was inspired by Roald Dahl and his book 'The BFG.' The universally revered children's author has inspired plenty of minds both young and old and this artistic campaign was simply an extension of that fact. Sir Quentin Blake -- the illustrator for all of Roald Dahl's children's books -- took part in the project, as did other artists including Jane Morgan, Romero Britto and Robert Brafford. The resulting sculptural pieces appear in a treasure hunt trail around London, England and will be auctioned off to raise funds.
These beautiful jars work as an inspiring and creative tool that captures people's attention for the purpose of charity.