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Paul McCartney "loves" our Mr. Kite print!

July 08, 2014

Ok, this is pretty exciting...

Recently we delivered a print from our limited edition of Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite to Sir Paul McCartney's London office. The idea of a bona fide Beatle owning a copy of this poster was already pretty exciting, though I wasn't actually expecting to hear back from him. But I did.

A note has arrived from his office to say that Paul "loved it!".

And then a couple of days later he played Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! once again as he resumed his global 'Out There' tour in Albany, NY.

This project has already given me a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction, but the fact that Paul McCartney owns one of the prints takes that feeling to a whole new level. I hope that everyone who has bought a copy also gets a kick out of this news!




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