A little word play. ‘Mon Pote âgé’ translates as ‘My old mate’. but ‘Mon potager’ (which sounds exactly the same) means ‘my vegetable patch’.
No gavage. The old lady wants to feed her ducks their daily ration of maize, but they have other ideas.
Available in A4, A3, A2, as well as A3 limited edition.
This image can also be ordered as a canvas print of 100 cm x 70 cm, delivered stretched on a wooden frame.
Also available as greeting cards
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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.
Le sport à Paris, waiter. Alternative sports, Paris style.
The French have a charming name for potholes. They call them chicken nests (nids de poule). This local expertly slaloms his way among them.
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.
A fete lunch can take its toll, if one doesn’t pace onself. This chap has obviously had too much ‘apéro’, wine and armagnac.
The market square in St Emilion. Famous for its wine, this drawing is available as A4 and A3 prints, as well as 100 cm x 70 cm canvas, stretched on a frame. We recommend the larger formats as this drawing has lots of fine details that are less visible on the A4 print.
Granny (a rugby fan) shouts "Mark!" when she catches the ball, kicked from the rugby ground.