National charity, Migraine Action, holds one of the few migraine art collections in the world. Including over 500 pieces, the Art Collection was created by members of the public, largely in response to four competitions, held between 1980 and 1987.
The collection contains a huge variety of expressions of what it means to experience life with migraine, from visual patterns experienced by those with visual aura, to the pain aspects of what a migraine really feels like.
The artists come from every walk of life, and include works by both adults and children. Now for the first time, Migraine Action’s Art Collection is freely available to all online.