Iron Gut Publishing has teamed with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity to produce a collection of limited artwork featuring Peter Pan.
The partnership will see royalties from the sale of the collection go to the hospital.
The company will be producing limited edition artwork for the UK gift and art market featuring artwork by David Wyatt , the illustrator for Peter Pan in Scarlet, the official sequel to Peter Pan written by Geraldine McCaughrean.
The first performance of Peter Pan took place on December 27th, 1904. In 1911, JM Barrie wrote the novel version which was published under the title Peter and Wendy which went on to become an instant bestseller.
In April 1929, Barrie gave the rights to Peter Pan to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, giving them royalties whenever the play was staged or books published.
“Peter Pan is an iconic piece of British literature and we are extremely happy to be adding a heritage brand such as this to our portfolio,” said Anthony Marks, Iron Gut Publishing.