The plumber's bum. Burnt.
Rugby players. What's in a name? By the way 'Gaillard' means strapping, big built.
The two happy fishermen are oblivious of the misery above them as they enjoy the pleasures of sitting by the riverbank all day
These old rugby players have joined up years after their last match together. The old scrum-half feed them the beer as he did the ball, all those years ago.
We all know ‘The Laughing cow’ cheese. It’s literally translated from the French brand ‘La vache qui rit’. This cow prefers frying.
The hunters turn away for a second and the wild boar gets her young across the gap, hopefully.
Instinctively we lift the pedal when we see a gendarme car, especially when we see a lot at the same time! Available as an A4, A3, A2 print and on canvas.
Tradition wants that King Henry IV's wish was that every household could provide a dinner with chicken.
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.
Nothing is better than a communal preen. Followed by a dustbath and a snooze in the shade.