New release… BAMBI Dog Save The Queen
December 6th 2018
Queen Elizabeth ll with her head thrown back cheekily laughing with her loyal corgi confidently perched in an Fortnum and Mason picnic basket, speeding on her motorbike, jumping a barbed wire fence …. a parody of Steve McQueen’s iconic image from the Great Escape….
Known then as Princess Elizabeth, today’s Queen Elizabeth II was just 19 years old when she joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) in February 1945. She trained as a driver and mechanic, learning how to change tyres and adjust spark plugs, she also became the first Queen to operate a motorcycle.
SCREEN PRINTS ON PAPER (76cm X 56cm)
Gold, edition of 20 plus 3 A/P’s
Silver, edition of 20 plus 3 A/P’s
HAND SPRAYED ON PAPER (112cm X 76cm)
Edition of 25 plus 5 A/P’s and 5 unique Trial Proofs
ORIGINALS ON CANVAS
Series of 4 unique works, hand sprayed with Gold Leaf
These can be purchased now from my online store: www.endangerededitions.com
STOP AND SMELL THE ROSES – Bambi’s latest work for Cancer research UK
5 x hand printed silk screens available on:www.endagerededitions.com and they can also be found at the central London gallery: https://www.josephfineart.co.uk/store/artworks/886/
ROYALS WITH ABBATUDE – Edition of 35 prints for sale on : https://endangerededitions.com
To celebrate to the sounds of ABBA and ‘Mama Mia’, Bambi has just released an edition of 35 hand cut stencil and hand sprayed on grey bfk paper with 2 decked edges.
The piece depicts the young Royals as members of the Swedish band ABBA, Catherine Middleton as Agnetha Fältskog; Prince William as Björn Ulvaeus; Prince Harry as Benny Andersson; and Meghan Markle as Anni-Frid Lyngstad.
The four are standing under the Royal Crest, which has been re-worked as ‘MSH’. A play on HRH (Her Royal Highness), MSH stands for “Making Shit Happen”. In an interview, Markle said this was her nickname because she was known for getting things done.
Bambi hopes that having a bit of ‘Abbatude’ will bring us all some summer sunshine happiness.
The event at Christie’s world-famous auction house was held to enable the charity to provide continued support for people living with and affected by HIV.
“We’re delighted to have such high quality lots from some of the best names from the worlds of art and entertainment,” says Jane Barron, head of special events at Terrence Higgins Trust.
“We couldn’t do what we do without the generosity of the event’s supporters, including our incredible Auction committee. From Tracey Emin, Keith Haring and Sir Howard Hodgkin to artists like Andrew Salgado and Bambi, we couldn’t have asked for a better range of lots for our bidders.”