This design is of my usual football posters with a twist. In 1994 a BBC2 comedy called 'The Day Today' hit our screens and introduced many to a sports presenter by the name of Alan Partridge. The rest is history, but a certain World Cup Countdown sketch has always had me in stitches ever since.
This version depicts the screamer scored by Uwe Bein for West Germany against the United Arab Emirates at Italia 90. West Germany ran out convincing 5-1 winners on the night and went on to lift the World Cup trophy.
The title of the book “Twat! That was liquid football” is taken from the legendary commentary by Alan Partridge.
Each poster will be posted in a sturdy postal tube to ensure safe delivery to your home.
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I wanted to create some inspiring art for sport fans to hang on their walls. The idea was to design something that the fan would instantly recognise but also be appealing to a non-fan. The classic book cover posters offer an elegant addition to any sport loving household.
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