Eye-catching wall art comprising 9 individual tile drawings of iconic images of Manchester
For Mancunians everywhere, these tile frames will delight anyone with a nostalgia for Manchester and it's stylish imagery. With 50 uniquely drawn images to choose from, each tile frame can be individually tailored to reflect 9 different memories or experiences.
The images have been carefully chosen to reflect the magic of this great city from the Hacienda and music scene, to the mills and modernism, and obviously football and cricket are also featured.
Each image is drawn in our seaside studio in Brighton, and then applied onto the individual ceramic tiles before being mounted into your choice of a black or white box frame (please specify when ordering). And you can choose which images from the list, below, or order the one shown here which contains the most popular images of Manchester images.
1. Printworks 2. Apollo cinema 3. Eccles cake 4. The Norther Quarter sign 5. Football 6. Urbis building 7. Manchester Catherdral 8. Umbrella 9. Chips and gravy 10. Guitar 11. Deansgate Lock 12. The Hacienda sign 13. Musical notes 14. Manchester library 15. Manchester town hall 16. Bee 17. Beetham tower Manchester 18. Palace Theatre 19. Market Street sign 20. Big wheel 21. St Mary's Catholic Church 22. Bus 23. Cricket bat and ball 24. Tree 25. Tram 26. Piccadilly Gardens sign 27. Hulme Arch 28. Canal Street sign 29. Football boots 30. Ship canal 31. Manchester central station 32. ‘Our kid’ 33. Manchester sign 34. The Lowry 35. Deansgate sign 36. Chinese Arch 37. Duffle coat 38. Lowry Millennium Bridge 39. Welcome to the curry mile sign 40. Madchester record 41. Bicycle 42. House of Fraser building 43. John Rylands Library 44. Corner house cinema 45. The Imperial War Museum 46. The Hollings Building (The toast rack) 47. Bridgewater Hall 48. Cotton mill chimney 49. Cotton reel 50. Afflecks sign
If we don't receive a message from you we will use the design shown in the photograph.
H25cm x W25cm x D4.5cm Individual tile size: 2.5cm x 2.5cm