Buy a 'Triumph 100 Years' or 'Decade of Domination' (Ducati) limited edition fine art print by Billy (David Bill) for £45 (approx $90) with free world wide shipping and you are automatically entered into a draw to win the original oil on canvas painting (of your print) worth £10,000 (approx $20,000) by your print edition number.
Both paintings by artist Billy (David Bill) took him about three months to paint (Billy averages 1 inch an hour on the detail parts!) and are celebrations of the two motorcycle marques. 'Triumph 100 Years' shows the men and machines who make the amazing Triumph bikes. Billy the artist is on the painting too riding the Speed Triple in the centre flanked by the Bonneville T100 and Centenary Daytona. The other bikes from 2002 are in monochrome Red and the men who make the bikes are in blue all based on the Union Flag.
'Decade of Domination' is a celebration of Ducati's rise to world prominance in World Superbikes in the 1990's. It shows, based on the Italian flag, all the world champions from that decade that took Ducati from a small struggling factory to a dominant force in WSBKs and motorcycling. Raymond Roche, Doug Polen and Troy Corser are in monochrome colour with Carl Fogarty's 4 World Superbike Championship victories in full colour.
You can view the incredible detail that Billy puts in his work on his website www.billyart.co.uk and there is a link from the front page to both the Triumph and Ducati paintings. There is also a 96 second youtube video in which Billy explains this amazing offer to win one of these stunning paintings. Each edition is of 1000, 51x71cm, signed and numbered with free worldwide shipping for £45 (approx $90) each print. When the edition sells out a number will be drawn and that print number owner owner will get the original oil on canvas painting of their print worth £10,000 (approx $20,000).
Not long after Billy completed the paintings his family suffered a lot of illness which had him shelve the prints for a few years while caring for them. Billy has other work in the collections of Aston Martin Cars, Rivera Amplifiers and the BBC among others.