Artistically challenged duo Alex and Sian Pratchett, drew every WC2014 and Euro2016 Panini sticker. A cost-saving exercise gone wrong. Now they are readying for their next challenge drawing 680 World Cup 2018 Panini Stickers.
Alex and Sian chose to draw the stickers simply because filling the collection would be too expensive. This is still valid for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Panini sticker collection, which is estimated to cost £773.60 to fill in its entirety, according to a maths professor Paul Harper from Cardiff who calculated the total price for The Guardian.
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Starting on June 14th, Alex and Sian will attempt to draw all 680 entrants in the World Cup 2018 Panini Sticker album, aiming to complete the task inside 32 days (in time for the final.) Each 'sticker' takes about 15 minutes, so there's about 170 hours of drawing to be done, by two people, in a month
In 2016 their drawings were picked up by the press and the couple were able to raise around £4,500 for their chosen charities. This year they are raising funds for Stonewall, Cancer Research UK, Nordoff Robins and MacIntyre.