Officially licensed by the faceless conglomerate that aggressively litigates for the vast Python (Monty) Python business empire, this was my contribution to the Colour+Noun Python show in Leeds during May 2016. Documenting the entirely historically accurate events of the quest for The Holy Grail, as made popular by the 1975 film, the print is rendered in the style of the world famous Bayeux Tapestry and features all the major characters and events plus a plethora of what the kids might call "easter eggs" with some down right obscure references to the film as well as other parts of the Python 'oeuvre'.
Giclee print on Studio Xpression Fine Art heavyweight textured paper in archival inks
Size: 2 separate prints - Approx 7.5” x 37.5” each.
Limited Edition of 10.
Hand signed and numbered and come complete with an extra giclee print... "Look my liege" again limited to 10 copies approx 10" x 10"