Renowned photographer Tony Davis has spent several decades building an impressive archive of football culture photos that date back to the 1980s.
In the mid 1990s Davis photographed Scottish football grounds as major changes in stadiums began to come into effect.
Davis was born in Nottingham and studied photography in 1989-1991. His work has been featured widely in newspapers and magazines such as When Saturday Comes, 442, Total Sport, ID and The Face, and has had several publications with Café Royal Books and Lower Block’s Scottish Grounds 1990s and Wembley 1990-03.
During the 90s Davis undertook two major projects involving football grounds, Firstly ‘The Football Grounds of Great Britain’ and then later he rephotographed all the 92 again for an interactive installation at The National Football Museum.
Although known for his Rave images, football is his main passion. He photographed football and its fans between 1989-2005 extensively, not only in the UK but all around the world.
Lower Block is privileged to offer a a selection of Tony Davis photographs of Scottish football grounds as quality prints.
Photographs come as Archival Giclée prints with a pearl finish as standard, guaranteeing quality reproduction, at a range of sizes. For specific requirements, including photographs not featured, alternative sizes, larger orders and licensing, don’t hesitate to get in touch.