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Monthly Archives: October 2014

The art of football photography

There’s an excellent piece on the Guardian website (syndicated from the excellent SPIEL magazine) on the art of football photography. It includes interviews with some of the finest proponents of football photography, including Stuart Roy Clarke, whose work features on this website. On his work, Stuart says: “I believe that the moment most worthy is the one where I pull … Continue reading

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AFC Bournemouth’s glossy ‘Matchday’ programme

Thanks to the always excellent 12elfthman for flagging up Bournemouth’s innovation with their matchday programme. They’ve move away from the traditional programme look in favour of a high-end glossy magazine (although a vintage reprint of a traditional programme for a corresponding fixture from yesteryear is printed inside). It all looks very smart and some great design work has gone into … Continue reading

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Matchday - Bournemouth programme

The Beautiful 92 football shirt quiz

The Beautiful 92 challenges you to guess the identity of clubs from the top-four tiers of English football aided only by crest-less and sponsor-less illustrations of their shirts. You can browse the shirts on display before entering your answer below. If you’re struggling, there is the offer of a hint to help you. If you’re struggling to tell your red-and-white … Continue reading

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Francesco Totti by Robin Gundersen

Norwegian artist and graphic designer Robin Gundersen is a prolific illustrator of footballers. His ‘Mini Guns’ collection is a series of caricatures that capture some of the game’s best-known stars in an eye-catching angular style. Given his exploits against Manchester City last night – when he became the oldest Champions League goalscorer ever – Roma’s Francesco Totti was the obvious … Continue reading

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