Watsonathon Merch

During Mark Watson’s two 24 Hour charity live-streamed Watsonathon shows of 2020, various & glorious artworks have been created. Much of which has been auctioned off. But there’s also these print options still available!

NB Sales are being coordinated by producer Isabelle, who also co-runs CC4K, hence the merch page being on this website.

The money raised through the sale of these items is going to the nominated Watsonathon charities: FareShare, The Hospice Income Generation Network, Turn2Us & Comedy Support Act.

 

SHOP

You can buy everything on this page using the PayPal buttons below. Items have been split into two categories: smaller things that will fit inside an A5 envelope (£3 UK postage), and A3+A2 posters that will be packaged in a cardboard tube (£5 UK postage).


Watsonathon – small items



The drop-down menu above is for:

  • Leedy Corbin – watercolours, as a double-sided print (A5) – £15 each, plus £3 p&p
  • Pei Yen – 24 drawings, as a 24 postcard set (A6)+ artwork download – £20, plus £3 p&p
  • St Gregory CEVC Primary School children – greetings cards (A6) – 5 of one card design for £5, or 5 cards of all three designs (5 of each, so 15 in total) for £10, plus £3 p&p – SOLD OUT
  • Tom Humberstone – 12 page booklet (148mmx148mm) of art based on the 12 horror films he watched during the show + artwork download – £20, plus £3 p&p JUST 1 LEFT

 

Watsonathon – big items



The drop-down menu above is for these poster prints:

  • Markus Birdman – poster (A3), in 300 gsm colour, with a free download of the artwork (6850 x 4877 pixels jpg) – £10, plus £5 p&p
  • Markus Birdman – poster (A2), in 300 gsm colour, with a free download of the artwork (6850 x 4877 pixels jpg) – £15, plus £5 p&p
  • Ted Hill – double-sided poster (A3) of a) graphs based on the chat, various moods, donation totals, and b) words said in the Twitch chat during the October 2020 show – £15, plus £5 p&p
If you wish to add several items to your cart, leave PayPal and return to this page to add them in.

 

Postage

If you buy more than small item, it will be £3 p&p for all of your shopping cart, as they will be sent out in the same package, from one address, and shouldn’t bump up the package weight to another postal price bracket. You will be reimbursed if the total does not automatically adjust in your basket.

For buyers overseas, postage will instead be £6+, depending on item size, weight and destination; email isabelle@comedyclub4kids.co.uk to discuss options.

 

Troubleshooting

If PayPal is being a pain in the hoop then you can donate your money direct to the Watsonathon GoFundMe, ideally in the name of something like [Name] Mural, and then email your e-receipt to isabelle@comedyclub4kids.co.uk, saying what you want.

OR send ic_adam@yahoo.com the correct amount of money by PayPal, and add a note in saying what you want. (NB If you send the money to the CC4K email it will go into the CC4K business account. Please don’t do that. That’s for books. Though do buy our books! Yay, books.)

 

Watsonathon – Markus Birdman

From May 1st-2nd 2020, Markus Birdman created this Reasons To Be Cheerful world map mural. On one massive sheet of paper. For charity & joy purposes.

The finished mural was in itself auctioned off at the end of the show, and raised over £1,000 for the three charities:

  • FareShare, who rescue good quality surplus food that would otherwise have gone to waste and sending it to almost 11,000 charity and community groups across the United Kingdom
  • The Hospice Income Generation Network, which boosts fundraising for hospices, who are in danger of being forgotten about
  • NextUp Comedy’s Heckle The Virus fund, which supports comedians who have seen all their work disappear indefinitely because of this flipping pando

It’s beautiful.

We would like you to own it, as well as the winning bidder. Hence this online shopfront. Which in May raised over a grand for the three charities!

Markus Birdman & His 2020 Mural

Your options are:

  • £10 download of the artwork (6850 x 4877 pixels jpg)
  • £10 + £5 p&p A3 poster, in 300 gsm colour, with a free download of the artwork (6850 x 4877 pixels jpg) – UK ONLY
  • £15 + £5 p&p A2 poster, in 300 gsm colour, with a free download of the artwork (6850 x 4877 pixels jpg) – UK ONLY
  • Message isabelle@comedyclub4kids.co.uk to ask about signed prints, as Mark has scrawled across a handful of the remaining stock, which can be yours for an additional tenner

NB The plan is to sell off the remaining A3s & A2s from our initial print-run of 75 of each of these items. The limited edition £50 giclees are now SOLD OUT.

 

How To Order The Mural Download

You can buy the mural download using the PayPal button below. Alternatively, you can donate your money direct to the Watsonathon GoFundMe, for Turn2Us & Comedy Support Act, ideally in the name of something like [Name] Mural, and then email your e-receipt to isabelle@comedyclub4kids.co.uk. If it’s for £10 or more, Isabelle will send you the jpg.


 

Watsonathon ii – Leedy Corbin

Leedy Corbin painted some lovely watercolours of key moments in the October 30th-31st 2020 show, and some imagined happenings too.

We have made a double-sided print (A5) of two of them: it has Mark and Randy ‘doing yoga’ on one side (landscape) & Tracey signing ‘bum’ on the other side (portrait).

These are £15 plus p&p, from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

Leedy Corbin's watercolours

 

Watsonathon ii – Pei Yen

Pei Yen once again drew cartoons of key characters (also the Tim Key character) throughout the October 30th-31st show, giving self the challenge of one per hour.

These brilliant drawings have been turned into a 24 card set (A6). The designs are:

Mark Watson & Tim Key (Hour #1); Sofie Hagen & dog (Hour #2); Michael Chakraverty & Briony Williams (Hour #3); Jordan Brookes (Hour #4); Mark Watson & saucy Tim Key & zombie Jess Fostekew (Hour #5); Alison Spittle & chicken ham (Hour #6); Rosco McClelland & PaRappa the Rapper (Hour #7); John Robertson & Sooty & Sweep (Hour #8); John-Luke Roberts’ Terrible Old Crone & familiar (Hour #9); Adam Larter’s cardboard arcade (Hour #10); Foxdog Studios’ sausage cannon (Hour #11); Mark Watson & Andrew McClelland & mascots (Hour #12); Tim Fitzhigham & kettle (Hour #13); Mark Watson “have a lovely morning” (Hour #14); Tracey Tyer signing “holiday” (Hour #15); Sian Docksey & lobster (Hour #16); Mustard on a Swan (Hour #17); Adam Hills (Hour #18); Joe Lycett & pumpkin (Hour #19); Will Duggan & James Acaster (Hour #20); Tim Key & egg-timer & Mark Watson (Hour #21); John-Luke Roberts’ Chaucer (Hour #22); Ed Petrie’s sexy pirate (Hour #23); Mark Watson & Sofie Hagen & Tim Key & Adam Hills & Joe’s pumpkin (Hour #24)

You can buy this set of 24 cards, plus the artwork download, for £20 plus p&p, from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

 

Watsonathon ii – St Gregory CEVC Primary School

The pupils of St Gregory CEVC Primary School were once again galvanised by headmaster Daniel Woodrow to contribute to the October 30th-31st show, writing letters to hundreds of comics and making a special video about the power of comedy. They also created artwork for the project, which we have turned into A6 greeting cards. These are now SOLD OUT.

 

Watsonathon ii – Ted Hill

Ted applied pure science to the October 30th-31st show, and made lush visualisations of it all, using the Twitch chat and polls on everyone’s wellbeing.

His work has been turned into a double-sided poster (A3), showing: a) graphs based on the chat, various moods, donation totals, and b) words said in the Twitch chat during the show.

You can buy this, plus the artwork download, for £15 plus p&p, from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

TED HILL’S GRAPH POSTERTED HILL’S GRAPH POSTER

 

Watsonathon ii – Tom Humberstone

Tom watched 12 horror films during the October 30th-31st show, and made artwork based on each.

These beautiful pictures have been turned into a 12 page booklet (148mmx148mm).

You can buy this, plus the artwork download, for £20 plus p&p, from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

Tom Humberstone

Close-Up Mural Goodness

Lastly, we thought you might want to see a close-up of a couple of areas on Markus’ mural itself, just to get the detail. So. Here’s the UK & France:

Markus Birdman's 2020 Mural - UK close-up

 

And here’s Australia. Including Aussie Rules football, as Mark requested during the May 24 Hour Show itself.

Markus Birdman's 2020 Mural - Aus close-up

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