Harry and Meghan on a white van? Ruddy Muddy’s latest work celebrates royal wedding

Ruddy Muddy's latest van art celebrates the royal wedding. Photo: Karl Chilvers

Ruddy Muddy's latest van art celebrates the royal wedding. Photo: Karl Chilvers - Credit: karl chilvers

Norfolk van artist, Ruddy Muddy, has paid tribute to the royal wedding in his own unique way.

Working alongside Damsel Dragonfly, Ruddy Muddy - real name Ricky Minns - created a portrait of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the dirt on the back of a Peugeot Boxer van.

The artist, from Wicklewood, takes several hours to produce his quirky works of art, using a finger, tissues and cotton buds.

READ MORE: Wes Hoolahan meets his Ruddy Muddy creationMr Minns, 42, first started experimenting with the medium 10 years ago, after becoming bored with seeing the words 'clean me' written on grubby white vans.

He has gone on to draw a range of portraits of football players, actors and politicians, including Wes Hoolahan and Sir David Attenborough and commemorated the birth of the latest royal baby, Prince Louis.


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