Quadrophenia Canvas

Quadrophenia Canvas Shop

The film set in 1965 set against the soundtrack of The Who’s 1973 mighty concept album “Quadrophenia”, follows the story of Jimmy Cooper (Phil Daniels), a London Mod. Disillusioned by his parents and a job as a post room boy in an advertising firm, Jimmy finds an outlet for his teenage angst with his Mod friends Dave (Mark Wingett), Chalky (Philip Davis) and Spider (Gary Shail). One of the Mods’ rivals, the Rockers, is in fact Jimmy’s childhood friend, Kevin (Ray Winstone).

Quadrophenia canvas


By night, Jimmy comes alive, with the all-nighters, his pills and his scooter-riding friends. Always on a high, life can’t get any better. Then there’s the Brighton scooter run, where both Mods and Rockers converge, ending in the battle of the cults as they both descend upon the seaside town of Brighton.

Quadrophenia Canvas Print Store

quadrophenia canvas prints

Canvas Art can be bought as a special gift for such occasions as Birthdays and Fathers Day or treat yourself and freshen your homes decor. We have a wide range of images that can each be printed in a selection of sizes in many categories. If your interested in Quadrophenia Canvas Art also check out our Automotive Canvas Prints (including Scooters), Movie Art & Posters on Canvas and the Music Stars & Album Art sections.

Order your Quadrophenia print from our store – all canvases are printed using Epson 11 colour HDR Inks and are 75 years fade resistant, come in a range of sizes and are delivered by FREE UK courier service mounted ready to hang on your wall. Checkout is by Paypal (no Paypal account needed) so is safe and secure.

For a guide how to hang your canvas click here or If you require any information please contact us here

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