First Time I Saw Quadrophenia
Taken from the 22 views of Sheffield Collection
'One hazy Summer in the '70s, a group of young kids went to see a film that was on at Studio 567- a picture house more accustomed to showing Robin Askwith's comical sexual exploits. Little did we know that an hour and a half later we would leave the darkness of the '70s into the glorious light of the '60s and our wardrobes would never be the same again.'
Available as an unframed art print, framed art print and a box canvas print. You can view the different options by selecting the images on the left.
Unframed art print
Printed on high quality art paper measures 60cm x 60cm
Framed art prints
Printed on high quality art paper and framed in a black frame, ready to be hung on your wall.
Large measures 65cm x 65cm (approx)
Small measures 44cm x 44cm (approx)
Box canvas print
Printed onto canvas and stretched over a wooden frame, ready to be hung on your wall.
Measures 12” x 12”