Raleigh Mag and Chrome Burners at the ready, helmets on and kneecaps primed for scuffage – it’s time to face the enemy and venture/cycle out into the unknown. Under attack from hostile, tennis ball-armed ruffians, nobody ever said it was going to be easy, but if you’re tough enough for this, then you’re tough enough for all that adulthood will later throw at you. Perhaps, or perhaps not the illustrative mantra uppermost in the mind and colour-co-ordinated eyes of a certain Craig Davison, before graphically embarking on his own very latest pictorial adventure witnessed hereabouts.
Entitled, ‘BMX Wings’, EVERYTHING is left to the imaginations of typically Star Wars-obsessed boys in the best-selling contemporary figurative artist’s brand new illustrative outing observed in all of its nostalgic glories. Everything from X-Fighters and X-Ceptors through to TIE fighters and (possibly) a Millennium Falcon form the mental pictures the both sets of aggressors are channelling and enjoying as they take on all comers in this delightful, hand signed giclee on canvas composition. Which, may we draw your attentions to, is offered as a strictly limited edition piece, totalling some 195 examples from the outset.