With a white guitar as the stand out symbol, the designs created by Jamie Hewlett depict classic guitar poses inspired by three rock idols. Featuring Phil Lynott, hell raising frontman of Thin Lizzy, the legendary Pete Townshend of The Who and the original 'modfather' Paul Weller the collaboration plays on both Teenage Cancer Trust and Pretty Green's rich music heritage.
Hewlett, who has a long standing relationship with the charity, is most famously known as the comic book artist and creator of Tank Girl and co-creator of virtual band Gorillaz. He created the now iconic logo for Teenage Cancer Trust's annual concert series at the Royal Albert Hall.
Pretty Green has a long standing relationship with Teenage Cancer Trust. In 2011 they designed and sold the Tambourine limited edition t-shirt which was a huge success. Liam Gallagher was delighted to personally present a cheque for an epic £40,000 to the charity. It has been a cause that Liam has been involved with for a number of years and has performed at Teenage Cancer Trust's concerts at Royal Albert Hall both in Oasis, and lately Beady Eye.