Sheffield painter Pete McKee swapped his brush for a spray can for his latest work of art, The Snog - a mural on Fagans pub, writes Graham Walker.
VIDEO: Press the play buttton to watch this amazing one minute time-lapse video and Pete’s commentary of how he did it.
Famous for his comic cartoon paintings, he took to the streets of Sheffield to find himself a bigger canvas.
And he found it on the side of Fagans at 69 Broad Lane.
The actual work took him several hours but you can see it all, start to finish, in just 60 seconds, in this amazing video.
Pete’s next exhibition about Sheffield, The Joy of Sheff, will feature a range of new work - on show at the The Blue Shed, 410 Brightside Lane, Sheffield,
To help fans get there, he has organised a 2p bus service in a 1960s double decker Sheffield bus, to run on Saturday, May 18.
It will help to take people to and from the exhibition, on a first come first served basis.
The service will run every hour, on the hour, 10am until 4pm, from Paternoster Row, opposite The Howard pub in Sheffield City centre.
* For more about Pete visit his official web site at www.petemckee.com.