This week marked the 25th anniversary of Paul's Boutique, the Beastie Boys' noted second studio album, featuring singles 'Shake Your Rump' and 'Hey Ladies'. The celebrated hip-hop trio are to be honoured with mural at the site they made famous on their album cover.

Where the iconised Lee's Sportswear once stood in the 1980s, the corner of Rivington and Ludlow in New York is now home to Wolfnights, the sandwich shop which will host the mural on its outside wall. This project has been led by LeRoy McCarthy who has campaigned for the site memorialised on the 1989 album cover to be renamed Beastie Boys Square. Those plans were rejected by the local community board, but hopefully this move will placate their fans.

The mural is being put together by NYC-based artist Danielle Mastrion, whose back catalogue includes works depicting a range of characters, including Notorious B.I.G, Frida Kahlo and Nelson Mandela. Mastrion is due to start on the piece on July 26th, 11am Eastern Time.