FATBOY Slim and The Cure are among the musicians offering signed artwork for a charity auction.

The stars have joined forces with Soundwaves Art Foundation to put signed artwork under the hammer to raise money for their chosen charities.

Hove DJ Fatboy Slim has signed a limited-edition artwork, created from the soundwaves of his hit single Praise You, in support of music therapy charity, Nordoff Robins.

Meanwhile Crawley band, The Cure, are to auction a collection of prints created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 11th studio album, Bloodflowers.

Each piece has been signed by lead singer, Robert Smith, with all the profits raised going to Oxfam.

Artwork by Coldplay and heavy metal band Iron Maiden are also part of the auction.

Soundwaves Art Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded 13 years ago by artist, Tim Wakefield.

The organisation produces limited edition artwork, which is created by shaping and colouring sound waves generated in the studio during recording.

The prints are then signed by the collaborating musicians and sold on to benefit charities around the world.

Previously, the foundation has worked with the likes of Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, The Clash, George Michael and many more.

For more information visit https://soundwavesartfoundation.com/