If you're an artist, photographer, graphic designer or just an amateur who does the odd doodle, we want to see your Arsenal-related work. 

If you would like your pictures to be featured on this page or want to recommend the work of someone else then drop us a line via the CONTACT page. Be sure to include the word 'Art' in the title. 


Highbury (1936) by Steve Welsh

This site makes no bones about its admiration for Steve Welsh’s work.

Discovered via Twitter last year, the ardent Middlesbrough fan and illustrator first tackled Arsenal-related subject matter with a novel take on Dennis ‘The Iceman’ Bergkamp, before celebrating Thierry Henry’s goal scoring return alongside the club’s 125th anniversary.

As part of his ‘Homesick’ project, Steve, with the help of original sources and maps provided by author Paul Smith, has and now turned his attention to our former home, Highbury.

Drawing particular attention to the famous streets which swarmed (and continue to do so) with supporters on matchdays, he’s captured the N5 locale in a beautifully stripped-down format.

The addition of Herbert Chapman’s famous words, uttered during the manager’s quest to change the name of Gillespie Road tube station to Arsenal, add a final flourish to a lovely graphic.

Interest in the piece, publicised via his Twitter handle @miniboro_dotcom, means that demand for prints has been impressive. If you fancy snapping one up, you can do so via Steve’s shop. Be quick!


The Invincibles by Dan Leydon

The 'Invincibles' need no introduction, which is why you'll be able to identify the 11 men who made up the starting line-up week in, week out at Highbury in 2003/04 with only a cursory glance of Dan Leydon's latest piece.

Of course, we wholeheartedly suggest you admire it for longer than that, because it's really rather splendid.

Dan tweeted regular updates last week as he worked on the above illustration before commissioning a limited edition print run of 49. Unsurprisingly, they sold out inside six hours.

While you may not be able to buy Dan’s ‘Invincibles’ work he does have all sorts of lovely football-related pieces up for grabs in his shop. Make sure you take a look.


Santi Cazorla by Dan Leydon


It took Arsenal fans less than 90 minutes to fall in love with Santi Cazorla - fleet of foot, technically brilliant, creative and with an eye for goal, the little Spaniard is already looking like the buy of the summer and we’re only three games into the season.

Lauded by Arsene Wenger and feted by Robert Pires, the midfielder’s performances have also caught the attention of illustrator Dan Leydon.

Having already captured Thierry Henry’s goal scoring joy in January, he’s turned his attention to Arsene Wenger’s latest pint-sized dynamo with a design as colourful and alluring as the Spaniard’s football wizardry. Lovely stuff.

You can see more of Dan’s work here, buy prints and more here, and can also follow him on Twitter - @DanLeydon

(Cheers to @Eliza for the tip off)


Thierry Henry by Shagari Guity

Presented to Thierry by the NYC branch of the Arsenal America supporters club, Shagari Guity’s portrait of the Frenchman was created in illustrator before being printing on a 22” x 28” canvas. A highly stylized rendition of the Gunners’ greatest ever goal scorer it’s a stunning work which captures the intensity of his va va voom.

Check out more of Shagari's work, here.


Dennis Bergkamp / Sucker for Soccer by Zoran Lucic

Zoran Lucic is back with another Arsenal related 'Sucker for Soccer' graphic. This time Dennis Bergkamp is his muse and the results, as with his Thierry Henry effort, are very striking indeed.

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