This is the eighth time Pete has designed limited edition posters to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, commemorating the charitable Royal Albert Hall performances. This year Pete has designed artwork for Madness, The Who, Liam Gallagher and Ed Sheeran. These prints are limited to 100 and are signed by Pete and the musicians.
For 2022 Pete has 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. Priced at £225.00 each with proceeds donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. Prints will go on sale the morning after the bands have performed.
- MADNESS: 10am Fri 25th March 2022
- THE WHO: 10am Sat 26th March 2022
- LIAM GALLAGHER: 10am Sun 27th March 2022
- ED SHEERAN: 10am Mon 28th March 2022
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: PLEASE READ!
1- These prints will only be available to buy at https://shop.petemckee.com/
2- Once you have added your print to the online basket PLEASE NOTE that this does NOT reserve it for you. To secure the print you have to complete your purchase
3- One print per person.
4- Prints will be shipped after Monday 11th of April. Please note it may take up to 7 working days after this date.
Have you seen 'Song Book' created by Pete McKee x TCT?
The incredible Song Book by Teenage Cancer Trust and Pete McKee, featuring 19 handwritten song lyrics from bands that have performed at the Royal Albert Hall over the last 20 years is available now! This book contains handwritten lyrics by Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Amy Macdonald, Suede, Blossoms, The Cure and many more!
Accompanying each artists’ lyrics are gorgeous, brand new illustrations by Pete that have been created to represent each song featured in the book.
Priced at £25 all profits from each book sold go to the Teenage Cancer Trust charity that works “across the four nations of the UK to make sure young people with cancer get the very best care and support, no matter where they are.”