A self-employed gardener has received a stream of supportive messages after he drew an intricate mural for Remembrance Day in the dirt on the back of his van.
Shaun Harvey, 34, spent an hour-and-a-half using his finger and a brush to create the image after a request from his six-year-old son, Zak.
The piece sees a Lancaster Bomber aeroplane flying over the scene of a soldier next to a grave, with the words “Lest We Forget”.
Mr Harvey, from New York, Lincolnshire, said he “used to love art at school” but hasn’t done much since.
Pictures of his van have been shared on Facebook thousands of times and some users have even offered him money.
One user wrote: “You have a massive talent buddy. If you ever fancy drawing me one of these I would gladly pay for it.”
After his success on social media, Shaun was invited to Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre to have a picture taken of his van with a real Lancaster Bomber.