We are delighted today to launch a new piece of Thistle-related artwork: an A4 Giclée Firhill Print. We gave the manager a sneak peek at the recent TJF Ask The Gaffer event.

About the artist

Ian Tyldesley is a local artist, who has lived in Bishopbriggs, Glasgow for 20 years but is originally from Manchester.

He discovered he could draw during lockdown, when he drew friends’ houses from Google maps and posted them. This has grown into a thriving hobby and small enterprise for Ian, who specialises in architectural sketching and drawing in his unique style.

About the Firhill Print

The Firhill image is based on an original photograph taken by Ian and created using Rotring drawing pens, Copic alcohol markers and a few light touches of acrylic paint and artists pencils.

Each Firhill Giclée Print will be “wet signed” by the artist.

Although we are not offering a framed version of the print, Ian recommends pairing it up with an IKEA RIBBA frame (30x40cm).

At the moment, we are selling A4 prints, because they are less expensive to produce and post. However, if there is demand we can explore A3 options in the future.

How can I get a Firhill Print?

An email has been sent out to TJF members, with a link to pre-order an A4 Firhill Print now.

Options are available either for collection at the Raith Rovers game on Saturday 4th March, or for postal delivery.

If you’re not a member yet, you can sign-up today and join more than 1000 other Partick Thistle fans as we help to drive our Club forward.