Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja releases limited edition print in aid of War Child’s Gaza appeal

Robert Del Naja, Massive Attack

The image was first used in the sleeve notes for War Child’s 1995 charity album Help.

Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja has released a limited edition print in support of War Child’s Gaza Emergency Appeal. The archival pigment print, which is titled Help95, features reworked imagery from War Child’s 1995 charity album Help. The record featured Radiohead, Oasis, The KLF, Blur, Manic Street Preachers and more, with War Child fundraising for children impacted by war in the former Yugoslavia. Massive Attack also contributed to the album, offering an alternative version of track Karmacoma.

Del Naja – who is also known as 3D – has signed and numbered each print. All proceeds from the sale of the artworks will directly support children in Gaza. It forms part of War Child’s continued efforts to help children affected by global conflict. 

Del Naja’s Help95 print is available to purchase from today (24 June). Pick up the print here and find out more about War Child’s appeal