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Pukka creates pie-fect tribute to Harry Kane



England footballing ace Harry Kane has been 
immortalised in pies in a specially commissioned artwork by Pukka Pies.

The 60cm by 80cm masterpiece, created by artist Nathan Wyburn, uses light, golden puff pastry for the canvas and All Steak gravy as paint.
 
According to Wyburn it took over four hours to create the one of a kind portrait, which features 40 All Steak Pukka Pies. 
 
Wyburn comments on his inspiration: “I grew up in a football-loving family, so I wanted to create a tribute to Harry Kane – and what better way to do that than to marry the two things that football fans love…Pukka Pies and Harry Kane!”
 
It seems our nation is equally as excited about this year’s England squad and their chances of winning the games, with a survey revealing over one in ten say it would be better than sex, and a third saying it would feel better than when Andy Murray won Wimbledon.
 
To further celebrate our nation’s hat-trick hero, the brand is also offering the first 50 pie fans with the name Harry Kane free Pukka Pies vouchers by tweeting them at @PukkaPies.

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