If there was ever a more apt alternative use for a pair of bin lids, please feel free to writ in and tell us, as we’re at pains to discover one when confronted with this particularly ingenious improvisation. Graphically aping (in silhouette, chiefly) the formidable outline of the battle-primed GTIE-Fighter from Star Wars fame, a young boy grabs his brace of bin lids and looks back in (measured) anger as he himself goes through the playful motions of turning a work of sublime fiction into equally entertaining fact.
‘Keeee-ooh’ is the brand new Autumn 2014 compositional release by the renowned contemporary figurative artist who successfully (and routinely) rekindles everyone’s interest in a bygone era of film. Everyone that is of a certain age it’s perhaps fair to say, with regards the original version of celluloid events and a long time before the more recent CGI-touched re-boots. Offered as a Davison-monikered giclee on canvas study here and now, the rarity value of this very latest piece – and part of his current new mini-series – will be ramped up still further when learning that a mere 195 limited editions will be in circulation from the off.