Mural of Marcus Rashford
|Mural of Marcus Rashford|
|Location||Withington, Manchester, United Kingdom|
A mural of footballer Marcus Rashford exists in Withington, Manchester, United Kingdom.
The painting is based on a photograph by Daniel Cheetham and completed by Akse in collaboration with the street art project Withington Walls. The mural appears on an exterior wall of Coffee House Cafe on Copson Street.
The mural was completed in 2020.
The painting was vandalized following the UEFA Euro 2020 Final. The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham described the mural defacement as a "despicable, shameful act". In response, people placed supportive messages across the artwork. Akse restored the mural. On 16 July 2021, Manchester City Council announced plans to preserve the items left at the mural following the vandalism. A representative of the council described the public’s response as a "Manchester moment we will all remember and should not forget".
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