Beautifully screen printed in green tones, this artist's proof gig print was originally made in 2022 to mark Gallagher's performance at the Royal Albert Hall. This print was created to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity Pete has worked with for almost a decade, raising close to £250,000 for it so far. 50% of this print’s profits will go to TCT to help them to continue the vital work they do. Pete is also an ambassador for the charity.
When creating prints for the annual Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall Pete always incorporates a theme. For 2022 Pete designed posters to reflect the fashion worn by fans of the bands. The striking font was influenced by text used in Japanese manga. These prints have been hand screen printed by Sheffield-based company Hunk Print in eco-friendly inks.
• Signed by Liam Gallagher
• Signed and numbered by Pete McKee
• Run of 10 Artist's Proofs
• Unframed: 42cm x 59.5cm
• Framed: 56cm x 76cm (approx.)
• 50% of the proceeds go to Teenage Cancer Trust
What is an Artist’s Proof print?
Artist’s Proofs are the first prints signed off by the artist when printing a limited edition run of prints. APs are the same as the prints from the limited edition run, regarding how they are printed, the paper they are printed on etc. They are also signed and numbered by the artist. However, the number of APs is much smaller, usually amounting to 10-15% of the general run of limited edition prints. So for example, if 100 limited edition prints were created then around 10-15 APs will exist. These prints are usually marked with ‘AP’ or ‘A/P’ as well as the number they are out of. APs are more collectable; therefore they are often more expensive than the prints from the main limited edition run. They are also often previously owned by the artist and are out of a much smaller number which adds to their collectability.