Henry Fraser

Henry Fraser



Renowned mouth painter and former academy player at Saracens, Henry Fraser, has designed this beautiful tartan art piece in association with the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and Doddie’s famous tartan. A freak accident in 2009 left Henry paralysed from the shoulders down and he has since found a new path with his remarkable ‘mouth-painting’ artwork. Henry’s relentless positivity in the face of adversity is mirrored in the Foundation’s key messaging of love, fun and hope!

Doddie Weir is not only a legendary Scottish Rugby International and British and Irish Lion, he is also one of the Sport’s great characters. As you may already know, he is fighting a battle against Motor Neuron Disease, and in June 2017 launched ‘My Name’5 Doddie Foundation’ to raise funds to aid research into the causes of MND, investigate potential cures, and to make grants to individuals suffering from MND to enable them to live as fulfilled a life as possible.

Both Henry and Doddie embody what it means to turn life’s hardships on their head. As Henry quotes on his website “What the caterpillar perceives as the end, to the butterfly is just the beginning”. This print serves as a physical representation of this philosophy.     

All profits raised will be donated to the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.

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Henry Fraser Sizes

Small Print (20 x 20cm), Medium Print (50 x 49cm), Large Print (78 x 77cm), Small Mounted (31 x 30cm), Medium Mounted (60 x 59cm), Large Mounted (88 x 87cm), Small Framed (34 x 33cm), Medium Framed (64 x 63cm), Large Framed (94 x 93cm)