This stunning new image entitled “My Favourite Record Shop” features a shop scene with records specially selected by McKee and an esteemed group of friends including Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Sir Paul Smith, Mary Anne Hobbs, Paddy Considine, Vicky McClure and Irvine Welsh.
“When I was offered the opportunity to produce a large scale piece of street art in Harrogate I jumped at the chance; I'm a great believer in making art for the people and one of the best ways of doing this is street art. "My Favourite Record Shop" is a celebration of music; another art form for the masses, and is also a fanfare for the independent retailer who puts his passion on the line and dares to try and make a living out of something they love."
The piece appeared overnight on the side of The Factory at Poliform North and has been created to mark the opening of McKee’s new exhibition ‘Thud, Crackle, Pop’ at RedHouse Originals Gallery. The public can view the mural from Station Bridge and Victoria Avenue in Harrogate town centre and from all in and outbound trains from Leeds to Harrogate.
Thud Crackle pop opens at Redhouse Originals in Harrogate on the 7th November. For full details on the tour please visit www.thudcracklepop.com