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This brilliant rendition of a 'Zebra Crossing' by Billy Connolly reminds him of an odd occasion where he saw a group of young British comedians cross a road, drunkenly singing Paul McCartney's song Ebony and Ivory.
Featuring vibrant pops of sunny yellow against his trademark monochrome figures, this witty piece also forms part of Billy's latest Born On A Rainy Day collection that sees him use more colour than ever before.
Conceived while on tour in Canada in 2007, Billy's sell-out collection Born On A Rainy Day began on a drizzly day in Montreal when he impulsively brought some felt-tip pens and a sketchbook. Since then, Billy's drawings have evolved to express complex ideas of liberation and surrealism whilst retaining his original spontaneity, humour, and fun.
This artwork comes displayed on deckle-edged Aquarelle Arches-Torchon 300gsm paper, elegantly float-mounted in a handmade black paint and silver foil, pine and spruce frame.
Edition size: 295
Subjects: Abstract, Humour, Animals
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