Don’t tell me that you've not done this at least once in your life.
This pilgrim is perpared for all eventualities
Quille de neuf, or Quille d'un oeuf ?
Quille is a skittle game played in South West France, very similar to those played in the UK. The nine 'quilles' can be knocked down in different formations to win different points. These ducks have created their own version. I hope the egg is hard boiled!
Granny (a rugby fan) shouts "Mark!" when she catches the ball, kicked from the rugby ground.
We all know the ‘La vache qui rit’ cheese. But you often see them sorting their rubbish. Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.
Confit de canard, another take on a great dish from this region.
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts. Available as greeting card as well as on large-format canvas.
World renowed Basque weaving company Tissage Moutet selected this drawing for their tea towel collection. Click here to be directed to this item on their site.
The sleeping fisherman. A few too many beers at lunchtime perhaps, but this heron is making the most of it. Available as an A4 or A3 print
This is not a pipe. A homage to Magritte and his surreal painting "Ceci n'est pas une pipe". This farmer is confronted with what for him is clearly a painting of a béret, even though it says that it isn't. For a man grounded in the practicality of farming, the message is obviously going over his head.
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.