Hundreds of people flocked to an art sale with a difference in Margate this afternoon.
The "art car boot" event saw new works from an array of local artists alongside those from big names including Margate's own Tracey Emin; Jim Moir - otherwise known as Vic Reeves - and Sir Peter Blake. The sale is a chance for the public to buy art directly from its creator.
Here's a few shots of the event:
And this is what the celebrities had to say about their day here:
The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Sale is taking place in Kent today, with names from the art world travelling to Margate to take advantage of the occasion.
Among the big names attending the event are the artist Tracey Emin, who grew up in the Kent town. The event, which combines a classic car boot sale and an art fair, was set up by Karen Ashton, who came up with the idea in 2004. Other artists taking part include Gavin Turk, Rachel Howard, Vic Reeves and Sir Peter Blake.
Her work is usually sold in galleries fetching thousands, if not millions, of pounds. But today Margate's Tracey Emim was among many high-profile artists selling their work at a car boot sale as part of the Triennial in Folkestone.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to artists Jim Moir, Gavin Turk, Julia Riddiough and organiser of the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair, Karen Ashton.
Tracey Emin's controversial My Bed artwork, owned by Charles Saatchi, has been sold for £2,546,500 at an auction at Christie's in London.
The Margate-born artist was in the packed auction room to see My Bed fetch a record amount for her work.
The auction house was unable to immediately reveal the buyer.
The artwork, which made the 1999 Turner Prize shortlist, went up for sale with a guide price of between £800,000 and £1.2 million.
Saatchi, who paid £150,000 for the work in 2000, sold it to support the work of the Saatchi Gallery Foundation.
Without knowing who has created the works, people can bid for them on eBay until the auction, called The Big Art Secret, closes on Sunday. Proceeds from the sale will go to St Wilfrid's Hospice. Hockney's work is "an ink and colour crayon drawing on a postcard" and Emin has donated four postcards.
The world-famous artists have contributed pieces along with other famous people including David Cameron and Ronnie Corbett. They have supplied their own mini-creations for the charitable cause. Their works are being exhibited at the Towner art museum in Eastbourne.
A high-flying artist from Sussex is feeling on top of the world this lunchtime. His latest work was unveiled earlier and over the coming months it will be seen by millions of people across the globe. Phil Hornby meets Pascal Anson as well as Margate's Tracey Emin.