The feedback we’ve received from the Griffin Park prints has been excellent, with people suggesting we should expand the selection to include some more iconic photographs and images from Brentford’s history, so we’re pleased to unveil three more beauties… and boy they’re big!
Our excusive series of huge 100cm x 75 cm canvas prints will feature small batch runs of iconic and historic Brentford photographs and images reproduced on first-rate canvas fabric and printed using HP latex ink, stretched over a hand-crafted XXL 4cm wooden frame.
The first is an iconic magazine cover of Sports Budget from 1936 features one of the most significant players in our club’s history. Between 1932 and 1947 and Dai Hopkins made 314 appearances, scoring 77 goals and added over 200 appearances and 49 goals during the war for Brentford, and was capped 12 times for Wales whilst at Griffin Park.
Next up is a brilliant photograph show legendary Brentford striker, Andy McCulloch, swigging from a Champagne bottle in front of thousands of celebrating Bees fans massed on the Griffin Park pitch after clinching promotion following a 2-0 win over Darlington on 22 April 1977. This is one of our favourite ever Bees photos and captures the real Seventies vibe – Bill Dodgin’s side has a very special place in a lot of Bees fans’ hearts still.
And last, but not least, is a stunning, atmospheric mid 1960s black and white photograph of Griffin Park just prior to kick off, shows the New Road and Royal Oak stands full and really captures the terraces of our proud old ground perfectly.
We have negotiated a special introductory prince with our suppliers, which has allowed us to reduce the price to £75 while stocks last. Simply click the links below and reserve one of the five that are currently available of each canvas, and/or snap up one of our exclusive Griffin Park prints.
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