A small, somewhat insignificant piece of graffiti on a council estate in Sheffield is rapidly gaining national notoriety. The complex of flats is now undergoing a refurbishment by a property group called Urban Splash. With this regeneration, the company decided to celebrate the long standing graffiti with a more permanent piece of street art. They have added neon to the original artwork in order to create a more lasting piece of street iconography. Alongside this, a recent radio documentary aired on BBC sought to find origins of the grafitti. What started out as a light hearted piece, became something more poignant when the real truth about the creator and intended was revealed.