John Lennon Street Art By 'The Postman' In The Commercial District of Liverpool City Centre

Updated: Dec 27, 2020

John Lennon Paste Up Street Art In The Commercial District

In the back entries of The Commercial District of Liverpool City Centre is Tempest Hey, an urban gem nestled in the backstreets of an area filled with skyscrapers and grand buildings that line the streets of the City's original 'seven streets'. The Hey is home to a derelict building that has been brought to life with an abundance of artwork from a variety of artists, including local favourite, Lost Hills.


The John Lennon paste up artwork of one of the most famous Liverpudlians in the world, is photographed on the metal door to the side of a building in Tempest Hey. The piece of street art is by a Brighton collective of artists known as 'The Postman', they produce pop-culture inspired artwork using the paste up art style.

John Lennon paste up artwork, located at Hackins Hey in Liverpool's The Commercial District by 'The Postman', a collective of pop-culture artists from Brighton (Credit: Peter Eric Lang).
John Lennon paste up artwork, located at Hackins Hey in Liverpool's The Commercial District by 'The Postman', a collective of pop-culture artists from Brighton (Credit: Peter Eric Lang).
John Lennon paste up artwork, located at Hackins Hey in Liverpool's The Commercial District by 'The Postman', a collective of pop-culture artists from Brighton (Credit: Peter Eric Lang).
John Lennon paste up artwork, located at Hackins Hey in Liverpool's The Commercial District by 'The Postman', a collective of pop-culture artists from Brighton (Credit: Peter Eric Lang).