Kate Moss turns painter for charity

Los Angeles: She has auctioned kisses, posed for photos and designed clothes to promote charity and now supermodel Kate Moss has taken to pencil and paper for a good cause.

The British beauty has drawn illustrations of the London Eye to raise money to benefit a children`s hospital, reported Ace Showbiz online.

The 35-year-old designed her own prints of the iconic landmark to raise money for charity and other celebrities who joined her included Jude Law`s ex-wife Sadie Frost and British actresses Jaime Winstone among others.

The images, which cost USD 7.50 each, can be bought from the London Eye gift shop and cash raised will benefit the Evelina Children`s Hospital.

Beside busy with the charity, Moss has also been busy with photo shoots.

The model recently had a shot with fashion photographer Nick Knight in a series of black-on-black dominatrix-esque ensembles for ID magazine.



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