The dramatic Beat Wall in Hackney, east London, has been revealed by Grammy award-winning producer Mark Ronson as part of a campaign to inspire young people to get involved with the Olympics and express their passion for music.
The 10 metre tall urban artwork took photorealists six days to complete and will be on display until mid-March.
It tells the story of how Ronson and chart topping star Katy B created a musical anthem for the Coca-Cola’s Move to the Beat campaign from sounds produced through sport.
To create the track, Ronson travelled the world to record the sounds of young athletes engaging in a variety of sports before teaming up with Katy B to provide the vocals.
The song, Anywhere In The World, will be released as a single worldwide in May and will provide the soundtrack for TV commercials and Coca-Cola events during the Olympic Games.