Artist's description:

My parents loved the 1960s song that the title and words used in the image came from. A crazy song and a bizarre film to go with it filmed in the Steets of London.
My father was an accountant and my mother was a struggling writer when they first met. My father had a dream of becoming rich so that my mother could live a comfortable life. My mother was rather non materialistic but she went along with the dream to humour my father I guess.
When I was a little boy I would often catch them singing this song together showing how their love for each other was still as fresh as ever even after having three children.
The romantic love balloon burst when my mother unexpectedly died of an asthma attack leaving my father with a broken heart and three kids to raise.
My father passed away a couple of years ago and now I know they are back together in the next dimension. I am sure they began singing this song when they were reunited.

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Digital programs

You´re the fella Rockafella (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Arthur Adamson from Norway

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