ORIGINAL ARTWORK FROM TOP NAMES IN THE FOOTBALL ILLUSTRATION WORLD ON DISPLAY AND FOR SALE
1 - 8 MARCH
10AM - 6PM (Sunday’s 11am - 5pm)
UNIT 28, DICKENS YARD, EALING, W5 2TD
The Goal Hanger is hosting a pop-up gallery from 1st - 8th March.
Alongside Goal Hanger artwork, there will be original and limited edition artworks from some of the world’s best illustrators working in the Football industry. Both on display and available to buy. Limited edition prints or signed pieces on display:
Ever wondered what John Motson would rate as the greatest goals he commentated on? An exclusive interview and signed Goal Hanger prints of his favourite strikes will be on display and available to buy. Featuring Ronnie Radford and Michael Owen. 100% of sales donated to the Sir Stanley Matthews Foundation. https://www.sirstanleymatthews.co.uk/
David Squires Football cartoonist with an unmistakable style. His cartoon strips have been published in the Guardian since 2014. www.davidsquirescartoons.com
Art on display and for sale from some of the best artists and designers in sport Original Artwork. Classic Football Matches. Quality Beer.
The Goal Hanger is hosting a pop-up gallery from 17-24 November 2019.
Alongside Goal Hanger artwork, there will be original and limited edition artworks from some of the world’s best illustrators working in the Football industry. Featuring David Squires, Alex Bennett, Karl Thyer, 8 Bit Football, Keith Wallace, Tim Godden, Mark Johnson and signed prints from John Motson, Beth Mead and Michael Cox.
For the Women's World Cup we worked with Hotel Football to put on an exhibition celebrating the Lionesses, we created every qualifying goal and all of the England goals scored during the competition. Here is England Manager Phil Neville discussing his favourite moments during qualifying. Profits from Lionesses goals were donated to Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
We are proud to anounce that The Goal Hanger is part of the Common Goal project. What does that mean? 1% revenue and all profits from selected prints go to Common Goal: Uniting the global football community to tackle great social challenges. Find out more about their work at www.Common-Goal.org