London street artist Pegasus paints memorial for George Michael
Published: 2016-12-30 02:28:27.0 BdST Updated: 2016-12-30 02:28:27.0 BdST
Street artist Pegasus has paid tribute to George Michael with a mural of the Wham! singer, who died on Sunday aged 53.
The artwork near a graffiti park in Shoreditch, in east London, features three images of the "Faith" singer clutching a jacket next to the words "Never gonna dance again", a lyric from Michael's single "Careless Whisper".
People stopped on Thursday to take photographs of the painting, which took four hours to complete.
"So many people stopped as I was painting it. It got a great reaction," Pegasus, who said he had been inspired by Michael, told the Evening Standard newspaper.
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