James Bond donkey-charity auction •SOLD•

James Bond Donkey by artist Peter Engels

The Donkey Parade is a charity initiative in which International artists decorate donkeys that are exhibited in various famous streets and squares during the summer. Then they are auctioned off for charity during a gala event.

As a James Bond fan Peter Engels created his “Shaken not Stirred” donkey in black and gold. On one side of the donkey Peter Engels painted the portrait of James Bond actor Sean Connery. On the other side he painted the silhouette of 007-actor Daniel Craig. Around the belly of the donkey artist Peter Engels wrote the titles of all Bond films. There are also some inspirational quotes.

During the exhibition in the city of Antwerp, the art donkey was badly beaten by vandals. However, Peter Engels completely and creatively restored the artwork after which it was auctioned for a fantastic amount of money. At the auction, several interested buyers bid on the James Bond donkey for a long time. And now the black and gold artwork decorates the entrance hall of a renowned international law firm.

The proceeds were donated to organizations that offer bright and happy futures to underprivileged youth.

>> International charity auction: Also see how artist Peter Engels painted the live portrait of Richard Branson who co-signed the painting. After auction Peter Engels donated the proceeds to Virgin Unite, Branson’s charity organization that offers scholarships to students with less financial means.

ArtistPeter EngelsMediumPainted polyesterSize (W x H) Live size donkey

Artist Peter Engels working on the James Bond art donkey. Donkey Parade

James Bond Donkey by artist Peter Engels

Donkey Parade 2019: Peter Engels has created a donkey for a charity auction in October 2019. Buy one of the 20 art donkeys and give young people with less possibilities a bright and happy future.

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