A mural honouring the late Keith Flint has been unveiled in Hackney, London to mark this year's World Suicide Prevention Day.
The artwork was produced by street artist Akse, who worked on the project in partnership with the music and mental wellbeing festival Headstock. It depicts Flint, alongside the helpline number for mental health charity Shout, which offers free, 24/7 support.
A mural of Keith Flint is set to be unveiled in London next month to mark this year's World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September.
The artwork of the late frontman of The Prodigy is being created by music and mental wellbeing festival Headstock, who enlisted street artist Akse P19 to paint the piece. It will be located at Beechwood Road in Hackney, near to where The Prodigy played their first gig at the Four Aces Club in 1990.
The Prodigy have paid tribute to Keith Flint on the second anniversary of his death.
The iconic singer and performer with the legendary rave trio was found dead in March 2019 at his home in Essex. He was 49. Two years since the death of the frontman, The Prodigy have paid tribute to Flint in a heartfelt post, with surviving members Howlett and Maxim writing: "It’s been 2 years, Your light burns bright, Your energy will never fade, Keep it real, Keep it punk rock, We live forever!"
The Prodigy have put a Keith Flint-inspired t-shirt on sale to raise money for mental health charity MIND.
The new version of the iconic Dirty Dozen top is on sale via the band's online store priced at £30, and will ship with an accompanying yellow die-cast pin inspired by those worn by friends and family at Flint's funeral last year. All proceeds will go to charity.
The Prodigy have shared a tribute to the band's late frontman, Keith Flint, on the first anniversary of his death.
On the 4th March 2019, news broke that the legendary singer and performer with iconic rave trio, The Prodigy, had tragically passed away at his home in Essex aged 49. It was later confirmed by The Prodigy's Liam Howlett that Flint took his own life.
Brixton Academy has honoured The Prodigy's Keith Flint by renaming its artist dressing room The Keef Flint Suite.
A photograph showing bandmates Liam Howlett and Maxim outside the newly christened area was posted to the outfit's official Instagram page on Thursday 11th December.
"Big respect to Brixton Academy London for renaming the main dressing room 'The Keef Flint Suite' in Flinty's honour," the post reads.
A mural honouring the late Keith Flint has been installed at Braintree Town FC, his local football club.
Artist David "Gnasher" Nash is behind the mural, which depicts the Prodigy frontman sticking out his famously pierced tongue. It's also been given the seal of approval by The Prodigy who commented on Braintree Town's Instagram post about the mural, saying, "Respect guys".
Visual designer Dan Derham has designed a Prodigy t-shirt to raise money for mental health charity CALM.
Paying tribute to Keith Flint, the late Prodigy frontman who tragically passed away in March this year, the t-shirt features a design inspired by the rave outfit's 1992 hit, 'Out Of Space'.
The Chemical Brothers dedicated their Saturday night Glastonbury set to the late The Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint.
Performing at the Other Stage, The Chemical Brothers, who count 2019 as their 12th Glastonbury performance, played some of the biggest tracks from their back catalog, including ‘Galvanize’, ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’, 'Go' and ‘Swoon’.