By Chris Wright
Gazza snot not included
As you may recall, last week we ran a competition in conjunction with our pals over at Art of Football to win one of their fantastic t-shirts.
Alas, the winner has already been notified so if you haven’t received a conformation email then we’re sorry, but hard cheese – you ain’t the one. Better luck next time!
Anyway, the upshot of it all is that the Art of Football chaps were kind enough to send us over a complimentary t-shirt (completely unprompted, we might add) so we thought we’d repay them in kind with the only form of recompense at our disposal: a good ol’ fashioned plug.
This is a promotional post, but not in the hard-sell sense. We’re just taking the opportunity to point you towards some high quality footballing merchandise here.
You’ll have to excuse our naff camera, as it really doesn’t do the shirt any justice at all – but here’s the super snazzy Pele shirt they sent over…
Art of Football concern themselves with exactly that: selling fine shirts and art prints of hundreds of the beautiful game’s most beautiful moments.
The prints are vivid and colourful and all feature Art of Football’s excellent signature ‘splotchy collage’ style.
There are loads of designs to go at too; from the likes of Pele, Maradona and Cruyff right the way down to Dean Windass and Lee Hendrie!
Most tastes and club loyalties are catered for – in fact, there are some belting Nottingham Forest shirts we’re seriously thinking about acquiring.
What’s more, it all comes delivered (to anywhere in the world) in these fancy, one-of-a-kind, hand-painted boxes – complete with a free paintbrush, ‘autograph book’ pamphlet and a handful of choccy footballs just to top it all off…
Take it from us, these guys don’t things by halves, and everything they do is of the highest calibre.
The best part? Art of Football obviously recognised exquisite taste when they see it, as they’re currently offering discounts for all Pies readers.
Simply enter voucher code PIES10 at checkout to receive 10% of your purchase.
You can’t say fairer than that, can you?