Elgar playing on his Smart Phone one minute, listening to some tunes on his Beats the next. Hold on that can't be right. Worcestershire's famous composer was born way back in 1857 after all – well before mobile phones were invented and Dr Dre was even born. Well these pictures are actually the work of talented artist Lee Morris, Worcestershire's very own Banksy.
In 2014, Lee and his pal Tom Brown cheekily spray painted four modern Elgar designs on the Wells Road bus shelter in Malvern. It was meant to be an anonymous gift to the town but many locals loved the new colourful editions and the pair revealed themselves to the public. The artwork has remained there ever since.
Lee, who is originally from Ryall in Upton-upon-Severn, said: "Sometimes these ideas just pop into your head with no logical reason. The collection obviously came about from the one we did on Belle Vue Terrace - 'Call me Edward'. The reaction from this brought about a few commissions to do similar pieces, but essentially it was taking a collection of Elgar images and giving them a slightly quirky modern twist inspired by the infamous Banksy."
His favourite piece in the collection is 'Beats by Elgar' as he adds: "I like the simplicity of it and I think it's the most contemporary out of the collection because of the Beats By Dre connection." Infamous graffiti artist Banksy is one of Lee's main inspirations but he also classes well-known street artists Chloe Early and Pejac as key influencers.