A portrait of Amy Winehouse has been unveiled in London ahead of the first anniversary of the tragic singer's death on 23 July (12).
The poster, created by Swedish artist Johan Andersson, has gone on display in the underground train station at Camden Town, the district of London where Winehouse lived after shooting to fame.
The tribute was put up on Monday (09Jul12) by bosses at public arts organisation Art Below and will be showcased for two weeks in the run-up to the anniversary of Winehouse's death.
A bronze statue of the Back to Black hitmaker, who died from alcohol poisoning after a huge booze binge, is also being considered for installation at the Camden Town music venue The Roundhouse.
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