Oasis designer Brian Cannon teams with Beerhunter to aid popular Manchester club 42's.
The nightspot is under threat after a chaotic year, in which pandemic legislation sliced away its income.
A fan-started fundraiser is online, with Bury brewers Beerhunter stepping in to help the club/venue.
Constructing a limited edition Manchester craft beer set, designer Brian Cannon has worked on the box and glass aspect.
His pedigree speaks for itself - Brian Cannon worked on the sleeve for Oasis' iconic debut album 'Definitely Maybe', alongside releases from The Verve, and many more.
For every set sold, the company will donate £4.20 directly to 42’s. Ryan Smith, Managing Director at Beerhunter, said:
"42’s is close to our hearts, so we approached Brian Cannon. We asked him to build a collection with a bespoke design that appeals to music lovers while encapsulating Beerhunter from an artist's perspective."
"Cannon is an icon in the music industry; he’s crafted memorable album covers for several Greater Manchester bands, like Oasis and The Verve. As a Bury-based business, we wanted to use his experience to help us back a great cause."
Brian Cannon adds: "I took the inspiration for the box designs from an iconic still from the movie 'The Deer Hunter', featuring Robert De Niro. I replaced the hunting rifle with a can of beer and a glass, as I thought there were obvious demographic crossovers."
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