Of course people at gigantic non-stop 3 day music festivals need to eat, which is where PizzaExpress comes in, as they've been working together with Clockenflap since they're earliest days years ago. Now as a serious lover of music, art and food and having worked in all three of those industries, you can imagine how happy I was when I got a call from my old buddies at PizzaExpress telling me that they wanted to bring an art element to their booth this year and could I select a fantastic artist for them, help them commission the piece and install it.
Well I had no problem at all selecting the artist for them, as it just so happened that one of my good friends happens to be one of the most awesome artists in Hong Kong. His name is Peter Yuill and in addition to his incredible paintings, he has been creating fantastic graffiti art & street art since he was a teenager, enjoys a good whiskey and sports an impressive and sophisticated moustache. For all of these reasons I had been dying to work with him on a project for ages, but especially because of the moustache.
With that decided and with Peter already having a great idea in mind he put the brush to work right away. A short time after he had the first part done: