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Famous artists and designers including Tracey Emin, Quentin Blake and Paul Smith have designed some beautiful, crazy and unique chairs to help raise funds for Jamie’s charity, the Better Food Foundation.

All the creatives were given identical chairs to cover with their designs which can be bid for through an online auction.

Six of the chairs, however, can be won in a Big Lottery . By buying a lottery ticket for £5 you’ll be entered into a draw to win a chair of your choice, be it a Jamie Oliver and David Loftus, Cath Kidston, Julien MacDonald, Matthew Williamson, Superdry or Emma Tissier creation.

The other designers and artists who kindly donated their work are Burberry, Christopher Bailey, Barnaby Purdy, INSA, Jay Jay Burridge, Jonathan Yeo, Nunzio Citro, Sarah Burton for McQueen, Ricardo Cinalli, Waterford Crystal and Liberty. As well as the three mentioned earlier (Tracey Emin, Quentin Blake and Paul Smith).

The artists’ beautiful creations include 1970s cookbook images, dragons and elaborate hand-stitched flowers. All money raised will go directly into the Better Food Foundation.

Jamie said: “There are some unbelievable designs going on here, by some really talented artists. I want to thank them so much for their generous help in this brilliant project. This is an incredible opportunity for you to get your hands on some work by some of the world’s most talented designers and artists, so buy a ticket or bid and good luck.”

For more information and images of the amazing chairs, to place a bid or buy a lottery ticket visit the Foundation’s website.


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