Another quick sticker. Molotow paint markers. Now on the fridge at CYCMs. Even with the recent news about the PIK and the Glazers potentially digging into their own pockets (I wont hold my breath), Im pretty sure the LUHG will remain valid…
Ahhh, 20 minutes on a dull Tuesday evening, spent with a length of wallpaper and a paint touche marker. The black one is a generic filler (you can use an old shoe polish sponge/pen thingie) with some paint called Witches Brew Ink (which stinks like hell but is good and pretty thick). The red marker is an On the Run filler called Soultip with a paint from Junobo (also not too runny). Anyway it got rolled out at the Trophy match on Saturday with a little bit of inspiration for the players about how close Wembley is in terms of wins and a little dig at the catering there with their pies for a FIVER! Here is a pic courtesy of Alastair Adams’ FCUMania photography site (worth a peek in itself!)…
I am an FC can! Doodling on an empty Kobra red spraycan. :-)
Home made sticker. Take one photo (the photo in this case kindly supplied by Mick Dean, link at the bottom of the this post), take one sticky label, apply adhesive (in this case a spray adhesive from Molotow), stick the two together and then add any further features with edding. Its now ready to be placed somewhere…
The reference is to the song This Momentary by Manchester band Delphic.
I felt it fitted perfectly the sheer ecstasy Ben Deegan was no doubt feeling at scoring that last minute winner against Osset.
Another hand made FCUM sticker up somewhere. Molotow eddings, sticker from Montana Cans. Oh and fuck off city! ;-)
Little football fan dude. Eddings on name tag sticker (I think the leftovers from a sticker I mucked up). I think he’s stuck up on the canal path somewhere now. FC!
Peel, stick, better! Creative beats corporate.
Home made banner, with rare success in using spraycans on material. I guess because the background is white, it shows up better. The white edges to the lettering had to be done with an extra thick white Molotow edding, which seemed to settle on the cotton (or paint in between) better than spraypaint. The rest was done with Iron Lak and Montana cans. This banner first debuted at the Cliftonville v FCUM friendly in Belfast (Summer 2010).
FCUM keeping it DIY! Yet to be placed FCUM sticker created using sticker and molotow eddings.
This time a close up of the FCUM Spanish civil war edit. The design is based on a political poster from the Spanish communist group POUM. The original translated as “The land is yours”. The FC take translates as “The Club Is Yours”. I believe the sticker made its debut at the Leek CSOB friendly at the beginning of the 2009 season. FC won 3-1 I think, all the goals coming from Ben Deegan.
Oh and a little P.S. “FC” thrown up on the same surface as the sticker in white molotow edding pen