The Great Art Jumble is a charity fundraising event that has been running since 2010, where a wide range of artworks, pictures, photos, music, films and thrift will be available to purchase.
This year, an impressive number of artists, musicians and other creatives have contributed works to the sale. This includes work from photographer Esther May Campbell, illustrations from Joe Magee and Yoshino Shigihara, and art from the likes of Aaron Sewards, Suzanne Pickering, Frannie Williams, Sepr and many others.
If you're after something more unusual, you might get your hands on an instrument from My Two Toms, a poster from Jacknife or even a 'golden ticket' from The Island, which allows entry to every event it holds in 2016.
Proceeds from The Great Art Jumble will go to the Kids Kino Project (KKP), an initiative led by folk from the Cube microplex, with the aim of offering 'illumination, entertainment, solidarity and cinema for displaced children after the earthquakes of Haiti and Nepal'.
KKP does this with a mobile cinema it uses to project films on buildings and screens in camps and schools, while also making films with the young people out there for them to later see on the big screen.
The 2015 Great Art Jumble. Saturday December 12, midday-6pm. Cafe Kino, 108 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RU. Read more about the event here.
Read about some the art exhibitions running across Bristol in December.