The BBC has unveiled a mural in Birmingham to mark the sixth and final series of Peaky Blinders.
Street artist Akse was commissioned by the BBC to paint a mural in the home of the eponymous gang that announced the previously secret broadcast date of 27 February.
The 12.71m high artwork depicts the leader of the Peaky Blinders, Tommy Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy. It took seven days to complete and can now be seen in full on the side of a building overlooking the Old Crown pub in Digbeth.
The series, created by Steven Knight, first aired on BBC Two in 2013. It follows the lives and exploits of the Shelby and his gang in the aftermath of the First World War.
Although Knight confirmed that the upcoming series will be the drama’s final chapter, he has hinted at future spin-offs including a stage show and film.
The final series of Peaky Blinders will air on BBC One on 27 February at 9.00pm.