Hans Schabus: A portrait of Eastbourne

Sanna Moore at Towner Eastbourne, East Sussex

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Updates and online mention

Enjoy regular project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.


Beach bag

A lovely beach bag designed by Hans Schabus, inspired by his sail-boat, forlon. Plus, enjoy project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.


Personalised postcards

Eight project-related postcards printed with your name. Plus, enjoy project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.



Beautiful photobook containing images of Hans Schabus's forlorn series. Plus project updates and an online citation.


Framed forlorn print

Hand-torn A6 float-mounted print design by the artist, with a bleached limed white ash frame. Handmade in Sussex. External frame size 223 x 274mm.


Preview + photobook + bag

Join us for a sneak peek (with a +1) of Hans' exhibition and commission on 9 October at 5.30pm, plus a signed photobook, beach bag, project updates and an online citation.


Limited-edition photograph

Own a limited-edition (1/50, 460mm x 370mm) signed print of Hans' new commission of Eastbourne (not pictured). Plus project updates and a citation.


VIP access + dinner with Hans

Go behind-the-scenes during the exhibition installation, followed by fish and chips with Hans. Plus, a limited-edition signed photograph of his commission, updates and a citation.


Lifebuoy sculpture

A stunning limited-edition lifebuouy sculpture (not pictured) made by Hans Schabus. Edition of eight. Plus, enjoy project updates and a citation on the website.
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