Keith Flint Mural - in Support of Shout 85258

by Headstock in London, England, United Kingdom

Keith Flint Mural - in Support of Shout 85258

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Help us create a mural of The Prodigy's Keith Flint to celebrate his life, and raise awareness of mental health support service, Shout 85258

by Headstock in London, England, United Kingdom

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Sharon Lunney 9th September 2021

A bit late to help make this happen, but it’s easy to miss things on Twitter nowadays. The piece looks absolutely brilliant so wanted to show my appreciation :) miss you always Flinty!

Joanne Borrelli 8th September 2021

Keith's story should be a lesson to us all; those who seem strongest can be the most vulnerable. 'Joe Public', I include myself, may not have been privileged to have known what he lived with, but alongside many others he is representative of the hidden disease of mental health problems and consequences. We can all do our bit. To listen, to just be present for someone you know might be struggling, that may be all they need. Take care all and look after yourselves. If you find you experience the impulses Keith may have fought with, seek to find some help. It is out there, many of us are here to try to keep each other safe. It's all we have to offer.

Rachel Boshop 6th September 2021

My office is just around the corner from this memorial. It will be a moving piece of art to look at every day. As well as remind everyone about men’s mental health issues.

Neil Overton 28th August 2021

The world didn’t just lose one of the greatest onstage musical frontmen when Keith passed, it also lost one of the nicest guys I’ve had chance to meet. His memory will live on in all of his fans like myself. RIP Keith 🐜

Tom Langley 22nd August 2021

Keith was not only one of the most iconic frontmen in British popular culture, but the figurehead of an underground movement for many years. It’s seems only right for him to be immortalised in our capital city. There was also a lot more to him than most of the famous images would imply so it would be good to take that into account with this piece.

Helen Davies 20th August 2021

6 years ago I lost a good mate to suicide. He never once mentioned he was struggling. There needs to be more support out there for people who can't talk about their mental health.

Shane Hanbury 19th August 2021

I’m a fan from back in the 90s and I miss you so much but now your been brought back to the place where it all started with The Prodigy. Make some noise. I love you Keith R.I.P.

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