In December 2016 we published Curtis McNally's first photo book, If These Walls Could Talk, which documented the city and people of Birmingham over a 5 year period (2011-16). The book was hugely popular, and sold out on its day of release.
Now we're pleased to present a series of 3 limited edition prints (50 of each) and a T-shirt featuring images from the book, exclusively at Provide.
Built in 1962 and designed by Birmingham-born architect James Roberts (most known for the Rotunda), Ringway Centre on Smallbrook Queensway is generally regarded as one of Birmingham's finest examples of mid-century urban design.
At 152m the BT Tower is the tallest building in Birmingham. Taken from the foot of the Tower, Curtis' photograph takes your eye right to the top of the iconic structure.
Built in 1879 and now Grade II listed, Birmingham's Council House is the seat of local government for the city. Curtis took this photograph of the EU flag flying above the Council House on June 22, 2016 - the eve of a hugely significant referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.
All prints measure 30x40cm, are individually numbered and printed on UK made recycled paper.
To round out the collaboration we've printed a T-shirt using Curtis' photograph of Paradise Place - an iconic viewpoint that no longer exists. Printed by hand in Birmingham using discharge inks which give the ringspun cotton a soft feel, don't wait for your size to sell out!