A lover of quests, this piece shows Batgirl - sister of Batboy from Batboy and Daggy - going over the head of her outwardly prudish, inwardly saucy (just look at her reading material!) grandmother. She whispers to messenger birds and sends them to the little house on the mountain, with coy letters for her sweetheart!
All proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Shinta Mani Foundation by Bill Bensley.
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Width 50 cm (19.68")
Height 50 cm (19.68")
Archival Ink on Cotton Artist Textured Paper, 310 gsm
- Printed with Archival ink for long-lasting colour.
- Preferably frame and hang away from direct sunlight.
- This print will be shipped in a tube.
- Artwork has been printed leaving 1 cm border.
- Comes signed by Bill Bensley.
- Personalized note by Bill Bensley available upon request.
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Bangkok-based architect Bill Bensley forays into the world of art with his own unique style that interplays humour with vivid details and captivating figural art. The amusing yet enchanting collection by Bensley was on display during “Love - Camp – Explore – Dreams” at River City, Bangkok at the start of the year. The House Of Things brings exclusive prints of the collection detailing the theme in harmony with the playful details outlining the epitome of love, the world of Camp, adventures from his many travels, and figments of the artist's imagination.View more details