Four illustrations drawn by late musician Scott Hutchison have been donated by Frightened Rabbit to the silent auction, that takes place in Glasgow on Thursday (20 February).

The band revealed on Instagram that the drawings were created by Hutchison during "our most fun festival run ever in 2014 as part of a ridiculously good lineup at Laneway Festival."

Hutchison's illustrations are available as a set and individually, and all money raised will be donated to Red Cross Australia. They wrote on Instagram that the auction is "to help the fight against and recovery from the recent fires. Australia is a country where we always felt so welcome and it is heartbreaking seeing what’s happening to such a beautiful place."

For our most fun festival run ever in 2014 as part of a ridiculously good lineup at @lanewayfest Scott drew some pictures for the Australian shows. We have donated them to @creativeclimateco for an auction to raise money for @redcrossau to help the fight against and recovery from the recent fires. Australia is a country where we always felt so welcome and it is heartbreaking seeing what’s happening to such a beautiful place. It is a silent auction. You can come along on the night in Glasgow or message @creativeclimateco with your name and bid amount. Have a look at their page for all the lots. Some amazing stuff from @michaelcorrartist @rachelemillar @ben_____cowie @euanrphoto @wilfreeborn @emertumilty and loads more. Have a look and have a bid x

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The auction is open to bidders across the globe. Those that can't collect their item from Glasgow will have to pay postage and packaging on top.

Winning bids for Scott Hutchison's drawings will be announced 20 February at 9:30pm GMT at the silent auction in Glasgow.