All Things Must Pass

All Things Must Pass

Duke of York Square, King's Road
Friday, 6 August 2021 – Friday, 20 August 2021
Free Admission

The iconic album cover for George Harrison’s legendary album, All Things Must Pass, has been brought to life with an unmissable installation, found on the King’s Road until 20 August.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the enduring classic, All Things Must Pass, and the release of the newly remixed edition of the album, which you can download here, the living art installation is an opportunity for George Harrison, and Beatles lovers alike, to recreate the album cover in their old stomping ground, whilst surrounding themselves in the natural beauty that George so cherished.

Discover two oversized gnomes at Duke of York Square, reminiscent of George’s garden gnomes. Designed by florists All for Love London, these gigantic figures, with the largest measuring 5m in height, sit atop a large circle of turf; a meaningful, sacred shape and are surrounded by the seasonal, impermanent beauty so embraced by George. In the centre, find a wooden stool and an exaggerated pair of rubber gardening boots, similar to those on the cover of the album. Settle on seat, put your feet in the boots and create your very own version of the album whilst soaking up the King’s Road buzz.

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