Ship building and Football.
If you ever fancy going to Greenock Morton FC game and after looking for seats on the Cappielow Stadium plan you can’t decide, I have a suggestion. Get seats or tickets to an area that gives you a view of the iconic crane behind the Wee Dublin End.
I will never get bored of my Cappielow poster design. I’m not from Greenock (although I do have family who live in Port Glasgow right next door), I’m not a Greenock fan and I haven’t really spent much time in that part of Scotland but I love this design. I honestly think (please look out as I’m about to say something that’ll come across as pretentious) this design goes beyond football. You don’t need to be a football fan to like this piece of stadium art. The team is almost immaterial. It’s all about that crane and what the whole ship building industry meant to that part of Scotland. End of my arty fatty chat.
Cappielow makes for a superb t-shirt (you can see me wearing it on the home page) and when the print is framed it just looks stunning. Or if it’s just a Greenock Morton souvenir you are after you can get one of my coffee mugs.
All my prints come in standard IKEA frame sizes but I suggest getting it in at least the 50x70cm size. It is beautiful.
LIMITED EDITION LISBON LIONS T-SHIRT
I don’t have a Greenock Morton Limited Edition t-shirt at the moment so in the meantime please check out my Celtic Park and the Lisbon Lions Stand Limited Edition record sleeve t-shirt. It is strictly limited to only 25.
Once the 25 are gone, they’re gone. At the time of writing this there were only 22 left available.
Get in quick to avoid disappointment.