Pete’s iconic style has led to a growing international fanbase, taking in the great and the good. Noel Gallagher, himself a fan of Pete’s work, chose Pete to design tour posters for Oasis, along with work for his own solo shows and charity posters for The Teenage Cancer Trust. Pete has since collaborated with designers and artists including Disney, ACME Studios and The Arctic Monkeys.
In 2010 Pete was invited to design a limited edition pair of Clarks Desert Boots, using the original style template and giving it a McKee makeover. The boots were a sell-out worldwide success with stockists in Japan, London and New York.
Later that year Pete was approached by internationally renowned designer Paul Smith, with a view to staging an exhibition of his work at his flagship Tokyo store. To commemorate this collaboration selected images were reproduced on Paul Smith clothing and bags specifically for the Japanese market. Since then Pete has designed several t-shirts for Paul and continues to work with him to this day.
2012 saw Pete being invited to take part in a special project from Warp Films, celebrating its 10th birthday. Pete was asked to re-create 10 posters from 10 of their iconic films, including Dead Man’s Shoes, Submarine and This is England.