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He's Fitba Crazy by Alexander Millar

He's Fitba Crazy by Alexander Millar
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Whether it’s the iconic black and white colours of ‘The Toon’ or the equally famous red and white of ‘The Mackems’, both Newcastle and Sunderland lay claims to being the best football team in the North East (unless of course you’re a Blyth Spartan’s fan!). And generations of families have bickered and bragged over subsequent results come a Saturday afternoon, that’s for sure. As for the here and now, one of the North East’s most celebrated and prolific adopted sons, Alexander Millar has chosen to pictorially cement the place the region’s footballing sides have in the social fabric of this corner of the UK in the guise of his very latest compositional reveal.

Entitled, ‘He’s Fitba Crazy’ (the ‘fitba’ referring to the turn of phrase to describe the beautiful game for those who are not altogether au fait with Geordie vernacular and don’t have their Ant n Dec phrasebook to hand) this heartfelt and nostalgically-enhanced slice of pure Millar pictures a couple of the critically acclaimed contemporary figurative artist’s favourite gadgie characters indulging in their sporting passion, in the appealingly illustrative form and function of this giclee on paper limited edition piece. We are now inviting enquiries on this hand-signed 10” x 18” iteration, and suffice to say are expecting a flurry of interest. So you’ve been warned to move quicker than a Ronaldo step-over if you’re in the market for a new Millar study. 

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