Moby auctions original hand-drawn artwork to benefit Humane Society

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Singer-songwriter Moby has donated a piece of his original, hand-drawn artwork for auction to benefit the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The framed “Little Idiot” print—measuring approximately 28” tall by 22.5” wide—is part of a 16 piece series of drawings created by the vegan musician around the time "Wait For Me" was released.  The complete set was originally displayed at London’s Neu Gallery in July 2009.

The auction, which is listed on Moby’s website, has already opened and will close on November 3 at 7 p.m. ET. One hundred percent of the funds generated by the winning bid will be donated to the Humane Society—an organization which Moby has been a longtime supporter.

The current high bid, with 15 days to go is sitting at $640.  Visit the "Little Idiot" auction to get in on the action.




Daelyn Fortney | @daelyn
Daelyn is the co-founder & managing director of This Dish Is Veg. In addition to her work at TDIV, Daelyn homeschools her three daughters.

Photo credit: Moby

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