Hello! I'm here with another drawing, and this time of "teddy boy" Paul McCartney. ("Macca" is a nickname)
A "teddy boy" was a popular trend set by young men in the 50s, especially in England. It started in London and eventually spread to other cities, like Liverpool (a port city where Paul and the other Beatles were from). It was usually associated with rock n' roll. They usually wore Edwardian style drape jackets, and I believe they later wore leather ones. Anyways, I drew Paul here in the style he wore in the 50s.
Thanks for reading!
Author's Note: Sources: Definition from myself and with the help of "The Teddy Boy Movement": http://www.rockabilly.nl/general/teddyboys.htm.