This print is for those who carry the Mersey in their hearts. A river that evokes a deep sense of belonging and affinity with the North West of England.
Besides the important legacy of this historic river, in pop culture Merseybeat legends Gerry & The Pacemakers were the first to immortalize the Mersey with the classic 'Ferry Cross The Mersey' (So ferry, cross the Mersey / 'Cause this land's the place I love / And here I'll stay), and in 1989 The Stone Roses did their thing with a heartfelt and personal tribute included in this print.
Or is it me? Or the one that's wrong You see it in the sea River cools where I belong In my Mersey paradise
The print also includes the coordinates that define the start of the Mersey in the confluence of the river in Stockport, Greater Manchester, and where the river empties into Liverpool Bay on the Irish Sea.
CELEBRATE THE MERSEY AS WALL ART WITH THIS GRAPHIC INTERPRETATION OF THE STONE ROSES’ MERSEY PARADISE
From Merseyside to Greater Manchester; from Warrington to Ellesmere Port; and from Liverpool and Birkenhead to Stockport, there has always been a romance and nostalgia around the Mersey, one of the jewels of the North West of England.
If you carry the Mersey in your heart, or/and if you love The Stone Roses this print is for you.