Pierce Brosnan, who is widely known as the fifth actor to play secret agent James Bond, took Instagram to share his collaboration of first hand-signed limited edition silkscreen print ‘Earplugs,’ which he painted during filming his first James Bond movie ‘GoldenEye.’
Pierce Brosnan played the character of James Bond in four films between 1995 and 2002 and was among the names who became the definition of the character with his image and acting.
The 67-year-old veteran actor has a little-known talent which is painting and he took Instagram to share limited edition prints of his 48 x 48 inch acrylic painting. At the set of his first film in 1995, the master actor painted a small packet of earplugs which was given to him for use in action scenes.
He announced the news as follows and gave a pose to his beloved wife, Keely Shaye Brosnan with the painting:
“Dear Friends, I am proud to announce my collaboration with @seasons_la gallery on my first hand-signed limited edition silkscreen print ‘Earplugs.’ The original is a 48 x 48 inch acrylic painting which I painted in 1995 in my dressing room at Leavesden Studios while filming my first James Bond movie Goldeneye.”
Brosnan also revealed that a portion of the proceed will be donated:
“A portion of the proceeds will benefit @asenseofhomeorg to help aid in creating homes for youth who have aged out of foster care. Photo by @keelyshayebrosnan”
Following the post, some followers of former James Bond jumped into the comments section to congratulate his success and one of them even said he smiled differently to the camera when his wife took his picture. Click here to view the other comments and the mentioned Instagram post.