Ruddy Muddy’s Remembrance Day artwork unveiled

PUBLISHED: 09:15 12 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:15 12 November 2017

Ruddy Muddy's Remembrance Day work. Picture: Ruddy Muddy

Ruddy Muddy's Remembrance Day work. Picture: Ruddy Muddy


The latest design from Norfolk’s ‘van’ Gogh - Ruddy Muddy - is a poignant Remembrance Day piece.

It features the silhouettes of soldiers and the enduring message “Lest we Forget”.

The designs created by Ricky Minns have covered a wide range of subjects.

Some have stirred deep feelings, such as a tribute to serviceman Aaron ‘Troy’ McClure, who was killed in Afghanistan 10 years ago.

There was also a tribute to TV legend Sir Bruce Forsyth after he died in August, complete with his famous catchphrase, ‘Nice to have seen you, to have seen you nice.’ Other subjects have included Norwich City manager Daniel Farke, Winne-the-Pooh and the latest Fast and the Furious film.

Mr Minns has also created a special design in support of the Eastern Daily Press/Norwich Evening News campaign to keep Colman’s and Britvic in Norfolk after plans to close their factories were announced.

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