The Auction of Many Things, a charity event benefitting the surviving creators of Dungeons & Dragons, took Los Angeles by storm on March 2. Colorful, striking art inspired by the role-playing game was up for bidding, painted and illustrated by an incredible variety of talented artists who all donated their time to honor Dungeons & Dragons and its creators.
Hosted by animation studio Titmouse with the collaboration of Wizards of the Coast, Murder Hobos, and Gary Con, the event and silent auction was a celebration of the classic game and the generous community that has grown around it.
VIP NIGHT was a complete success! Don’t miss out on the fun tonight. Doors open at 7pm, no need to RSVP. Still some beautiful pieces available and all pieces still on display for viewing. Food trucks, live chainsaw carving by @griffonramsey , beer, art & more!! #taomt #dnd #dndart pic.twitter.com/Fpl110GZ42
— Titmouse Animation (@TitmouseInc) March 3, 2019
If you want to see what you missed, we have you covered! Take a look at the gallery below to see the celebrities, D&D luminaries, and members of the community who generously supported Jim Ward, Tim Kask, and other TSR, Inc. employees. “These are guys, men and women, who have given so much of themselves for our enjoyment,” said Kyle Newman, one of the auction’s co-sponsors. “It’s a beautiful way to give back.”
Didn’t get the chance to go and you still want to lend your support? If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you can still donate and pick up a one-of-a-kind Dungeons & Dragons art piece! Take a look at the official website for The Auction of Many Things, and you’ll find bold artwork and other auction items still available. You can also directly donate to the cause.
Featured Photos: Joshua Thomas for Nerdist