Johnny Nash once famously sang about how it was going to be a bright, bright sunshiny day, and moreover how he could see clearly now, back in the day. And although the timeline is slightly out, there’s no mistaking that had the great American singer-songwriter ever clapped eyes on a Paul Horton visual number, he’d be inspired all over again. But, alas, there’s no chance of that, yet there’s every chance you could be this summer 2017; simply by casting your contemporary fine art-loving glance over this very latest giclee mounted limited edition released by the aforementioned art practitioner. Capturing the very essence of a perfect, sunshine-filled day, Horton’s aptly-named ‘Sunshine Day’ sees an ice-cream van, a beach and a blue sky populate the 9” squared canvas, and therein instantly transport us to a summer’s idyll. Grab your copy of the 195, hand-signed ones available from launch, and sign-up to the very same Nash/Horton-influenced mantra.