'Yer Maun'
Joey Dunlop - 2000 Ultra-Lightweight TT

By Billy. Available in A4 £25(297x210mm), A3 £35(420x297mm) and A2 £45(594x420mm)*
Limited Edition of 850 Giclée Fine Art Prints

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This limited edition print of Joey Dunlop is a giclée print on matte art paper using Ultrachrome K3 inks

This Limited Edition Fine Art Print of Road Racing Legend 'Yer Maun' Joey Dunlop - The King of the Mountain - Riding the Honda RS125 around Braddan Bridge on the way to his final TT race victory.

This brand new limited edition of 850 Giclée fine art prints of the legendary King of the Roads Joey Dunlop - riding in the world famous Isle of Man TT races - is officially endorsed by the late Joey Dunlop's family and they receive a royalty for each print sold.

This limited edition print of Joey shows him riding his beloved Honda RS125 two stroke race bike to his record 26th Isle of Man TT victory in the 2000 Ultra-Lightweight TT race, at the age of 48.
Joey Dunlop 2000 125 TT


The print is available in A4, A3 and A2 and is embossed and signed by Billy and come with a certificate of authenticity.
Prices are £25, £35, and £45 respectively and includes post and packing for UK orders (*plus £10-13 for international orders)


Prints 1 to 140, 236 and 326 (along with many others) are not available.
Detail and Full HD time-lapse below.


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Detail of the Joey Dunlop TT oil painting by Billy

Below is the full Joey Dunlop oil painting timelapse


This is a giclée print on matte art paper using Ultrachrome K3 inks. These are affordable fine prints that make great gift ideas are taken from Billy the artist's oil on canvas painting and is emboss stamped and signed by Billy.


Joey Dunlop - 2000 Formula One TT
By Billy. Available in A4 £25(297x210mm), A3 £35(420x297mm) and A2 £45(594x420mm)*
SOLD OUT

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My oil on linen canvas painting of Joey Dunlop - The King of the Mountain - Riding the Demon Vimto Honda VTR SP1 to the 2000 Duke Formula One TT race victory. Joey's 24th TT victory on his way to his tally of 26.
This limited edition of 350 Giclée fine art prints has sold out of the legendary King of the Roads Joey Dunlop - riding in the world famous Isle of Man TT races - is officially endorsed by the late Joey Dunlop's family.
The painting of Joey shows him riding the Honda VTR SP1 Superbike to victory in the 2000 Duke Formula One TT race, at the age of 48, riding out of the dark corners of Greba Castle.

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Detail of the Joey Dunlop TT oil painting by Billy

Below is the full Joey Dunlop oil painting timelapse



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'Just Joey' has SOLD OUT and the original art went to Mr Freeman.


'Just Joey' Billy's first Joey Dunlop tribute print. This Limited Edition print of Just Joey riding in the Ulster GP circa 1993/4 also features three distinctive portraits of Joey from throughout his legendary racing career. The three images of Joey Dunlop will evoke memories for people who knew him in his early or later racing days. The familiar number '3' which adorned Joey Dunlop's multiple racing bikes has a suitable amount of fly and insect carnage all over it, along with gaffa taped on knee sliders, the familiar and distinctive Arai Helmet and pure focussed stare which embodied the pure love that Joey had to get out and race motorcycles.

WIN THE ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING OF "JUST JOEY" BY BILLY
- When the "Just Joey" edition sells out a draw will be made and the owner of the print number drawn will receive the original pencil artwork of Just Joey by Billy.

The 'Just Joey' Joey Dunlop print is a Limited edition of 70 signed and numbered by Billy. Taken from Billy the artist's A4 pencil drawing the print of Joey Dunlop is A4 in size
(297x210mm and will fit in a standard size A4 photo frame) £20 each with free post and packing.

Oversize detail to right of the young Joey Dunlop by Billy

Joey Dunlop received the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the January 2011 Adelaide Irish Racer Awards at the Ramada Hotel in Belfast.

The lifetime achievement trophy that was awarded posthumously to Joey Dunlop for his service and skills as a racer to the road racing community was collected by his youngest daughter Joanne at the
Adelaide Irish Racer awards ceremony.


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