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First she was Tatler magazine’s pop art princess, but now Kate Middleton has received her own glam-tinged Sex Pistols-inspired poster.

The Metro reports that London-based artist Zoobs (born Zoran Zarre) draws from the British punk group’s iconic “God Save the Queen” single, released during Queen Elizabeth‘s Silver Jubilee in 1977, for a gorgeous tribute to Prince William‘s bride-to-be. In the piece, Kate’s signature long locks are traded for a short bob and adorned with a sparkling tiara. “God Save the Future Queen” is illustrated in collage-like letters as the Union Jack’s rich colors provide a vibrant backdrop.

“God Save the Future Queen” is on exhibition at London’s Opera Gallery and proceeds made from the piece will go to charity.

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By MacKenzie Wilson