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Bill Bailey, Elvis Costello and Sam Warburton sketch their homes for homelessness charity

A host of celebrities have put their artistic talents to use in aid of a Cardiff-based homelessness charity.

Llamau invited comedians, musicians and sport stars to draw a picture of their homes for a charity auction.

Bill Bailey and John Bishop with their efforts Credit: Llamau

Over the last two years, stars including Sam Warburton, Jack Whitehall and Eddie Izzard have contributed drawings.

The pictures will be auctioned at the 'Illustrating Homelessness' event at the Hilton in Cardiff tonight.

Elvis Costello's house Credit: Llamau
Sam Warburton's picture Credit: Llamau

The idea behind Illustrating Homelessness is that everyone who has contributed a picture of their homes is, in a way, donating their homes to the homeless!

We’re so grateful to everyone who contributed a picture for this wonderful event.

All the illustrations to be auctioned are unique and represent a great opportunity to own a piece of art penned by your favourite star.

– Frances Beecher, Llamau chief executive
Gruff Rhys and Huw Bunford from the Super Furry Animals Credit: Llamau
Reginald D Hunter and his house Credit: Llamau
Aled Jones contributed this picture Credit: Llamau

The charity said pens and paper would be left in the dressing rooms of celebrities when they performed at venues like Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena and St David's Hall.

Susan Boyle's house Credit: Llamau
Killers frontman Brandon Flowers drew this Credit: Llamau