The one-day exhibition for The anonymous heART project took place yesterday (9 October) at Northern Ballet in Leeds.

This year's contributions are now up for auction. According to NME, last year Heart Research UK raised £43,000 from auction sales.

Each year The anonymous heART project enlists celebrities and artists to create a piece of artwork to fit on an A5 postcard.

One of the contributors on this year's list includes Robert Smith of The Cure. Kurupt FM's Steve Stamp is another name in music that has also contributed art.

While the list of contributors is public, the art pieces will remain anonymous until the bidding closes on Sunday (13 October).

The anonymous heART project auction is live now. Earlier this week Robert Smith revealed The Cure are working on three albums.