JACK and Victor are going to the wall — in a mural of the Still Game characters.
JACK and Victor are going to the wall — in a mural of the Still Game characters[/caption]
The city of Dundee were treated to Isa’s cheeky face[/caption]
Toothy Edith also appeared on the Dundee wall[/caption]
They include gossip Isa and Methadone Mick along with catchphrases such as Isa’s “People huv tae know” and Mickey’s “It’s pure Pixar innit”.
Portraits of Navid, Shug, Winston and toothy Edith have also been created by local street artist Symon Mathieson, 43, – known as Syke, who said: “Had a lot of fun with this series.”
The paintings of the Craiglang stars have appeared along Mary Ann Lane near Dundee Bus Station.
The official Jack and Victor Instagram shared the snaps with the caption: “The city of Dundee is now a brighter place wae these braw faces hinging aboot.”
Fans of the show agreed, sharing their love for the paintings of their favourite Scots stars.
One said: “Brilliant.. pure talent! Worth a trip from Notts just to see these.”
Another added: “Omg I love this so much!! Great artwork of some pretty great characters from my favourite comedy series!”
A third commented: “These are brilliant. Love Isa’s!”
Shopkeeper Navid features in the new display[/caption]
The official Jack and Victor Instagram shared the snaps with the caption: “The city of Dundee is now a brighter place wae these braw faces hinging aboot.”[/caption]
The artist has previously paid tributes to famous Dundonian icons such as Dennis the Menace and actor Brian Cox.
We told previously how a new spicy Still Game sauce would go well with a pie in the Clansman, an expert said last night.
But Jack and Victor’s latest product isn’t too “nippy” to put Isa off her gossiping.
He said of the sitcom duo’s Nippy Sauce: “Rather than a typical hot one it’s more like a condiment, like brown sauce, chutney.
“It’s like something you’d have with a pork pie or pork chop. It’s really good for what it is.”
We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at [email protected] or call 0141 420 5200