George Harrison made ‘All Issues Should Go’ cowl artwork in London Backyard Show


George Harrison’s widow Olivia Harrison and her son Dhani recreated the cover of All Things Must Pass as a real garden in London.

From the Friar Park family home, Dhani Harrison said, “The gnomes, apart from my father, were the most famous people to live here. It’s huge. We’re going to build a giant gnome and put it in the middle of Chelsea for people to have fun.

The Harrison’s worked with Ruth Davis, a horticultural artist, to build a giant gnome now on display in Duke of York Square in Chelsea, London.

Olivia Harrison said, “I know how I feel. George would be over the moon with it. He wants nothing more than to be in a garden, and his association with gnomes precedes him. It’s beautiful and skillful and the work that goes into it. The bark, the coconut shell. It’s really nice right now that we are. What could be nicer than a little lightness. “

George Harrison’s 50th Anniversary Box “All Things Must Pass” was recently released. The album is currently No. 6 in the UK, No. 7 in the US and No. 9 in Australia.

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