Artist: Kristel Pillkahn Design: Spectrum About the artist Inspired by a triangular prism, the

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Artist: Kristel Pillkahn
Design: Spectrum

About the design
Inspired by a triangular prism, the design reflects the spectrum of colours that are refracted inside a prism.

 About the artist
Born in Venezuela, Kristel moved to the UK a few years ago to study. She now lives and works as a freelance artist in Liverpool and her creations are a celebration of colour. She tries to reflect the beautiful colours out there and transform them into unique and beautiful pieces of art that can hopefully lift heavy hearts and bring smiles to people’s faces - this is her greatest desire.

Location: Glaziers Hall
Trail: Around the River

Length- 2.4m 
Width 0.5m 
Height- 0.95m

Artist: Kristel Pillkahn
Design: Spectrum

About the design
Inspired by a triangular prism, the design reflects the spectrum of colours that are refracted inside a prism.

 About the artist
Born in Venezuela, Kristel moved to the UK a few years ago to study. She now lives and works as a freelance artist in Liverpool and her creations are a celebration of colour. She tries to reflect the beautiful colours out there and transform them into unique and beautiful pieces of art that can hopefully lift heavy hearts and bring smiles to people’s faces - this is her greatest desire.

Location: Glaziers Hall
Trail: Around the River

Length- 2.4m 
Width 0.5m 
Height- 0.95m

Year of the Bus Sculpture Trails, London - Timed Sale

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Venue Address
Transport for London,
42-50 Victoria Street
United Kingdom

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Important Information

The Auction

This charity auction is to raise funds for Kids Company, London Transport Museum and Transaid.

Place a bid in the timed auction until 12 noon on 24 March. At 7.30pm on 24 March the live auction will open and competitive bidding will commence.

Bids placed in the timed auction will be transferred to the live auction. All registered bidders for th timed auction will automatically be registered for the live auction.

To attend the live auction please see https://www.tfl.gov.uk/campaign/sculpture-trails for more information

Year of the Bus Sculpture Trails

Painted and adorned by well known and aspiring artists, these vibrant bus sculptures have been capturing the imagination of Londoners and visitors to the city since last October when they went on display on four walking trails across Westminster, the City, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Croydon.

It is now your chance to own one of these special works, based on our Iconic New Routemaster.


The bus sculptures are made from hard-wearing fibreglass which has been painted and protected with anti graffiti varnish. With good care they will withstand outdoor conditions.

Weight 60kg. Length 2.4m, width 0.5m, height 0.95m

Terms & Conditions

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 Bidding will take place online from Monday 8 December as well as a live auction to be hosted on 24th of March 2015. The purpose of the auction is to raise funds for charitable purposes.




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11.           Definitions and interpretation


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“Bidder” and “you” means a person making, attempting to make or considering making a bid for a Lot including a Buyer;


“Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot which is accepted by the auctioneer and if the person is acting as an agent, will be a reference to its principal only if we have accepted the agency in writing;


"Buy it Now" a mechanism to instantly purchase the Lot at a set price.


“Buyer’s Premium”means an additional premium of 3% of the Hammer Price. As this is a charity auction, the Buyer Premium will go towards covering the costs of the auction. In the event that the total Buyer’s Premium” is greater than the auction costs, any excess will be donated to Charitable Purposes


“Catalogue” means a catalogue; price list or other publication or price list;


“Charitable Purposes”means any charitable cause approved by the Transport for London  Year of the Bus Steering Group.


“Conditions”means these conditions of sale and any other additional terms notified to Bidders in writing in a Catalogue or otherwise (which includes notices displayed at the Auction) or as agreed in writing between TfL and the Bidder;


“Hammer Price” means the amount of the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the auctioneer;


“include” or “including” mean including without limitation and include without limitation, respectively;


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“Lot” means any item deposited with us for sale at auction including items described against any Lot number in a Catalogue;


“New Party”any party to which the Buyer may pass the title of the Lot;


“Purchase Price”means the Hammer Price plus a Buyer's Premium of 3% of the Hammer Price, VAT where applicable and any ancillary expenses such as postage and insurance costs for delivery;


“Reserve” means a confidential price below which TfL will not sell a Lot. Should this be exceeded prior to the auction end date I-Bidder will contact the last three unique Bidders requesting a best and final offer for sale.


“Seller” means the owner of the Lot.


“TfL”, “we“ or “us“means Transport for London acting on behalf of the Seller;

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