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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - 1999

It was a moment that will forever be etched in the memories of Manchester United fans worldwide. The year was 1999, and the Red Devils were at the end of an incredible season. They had already secured the Premier League title and the FA Cup, but there was one more trophy left to win: the Champions League.

The stage was set for an unforgettable final against Bayern Munich at Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona. The German giants took the lead early on, and it looked as though United's dream of winning the treble was slipping away.

But then, in injury time, something miraculous happened. Teddy Sheringham scored an equalizer for United, sparking hope among the fans. And just moments later, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored what would become known as "the treble-winning goal." With seconds left on the clock, Solskjaer managed to get his foot to a corner kick from David Beckham and slot it into the back of the net.

The stadium erupted with joy as United celebrated their historic victory. It was a moment that cemented Solskjaer's place in Manchester United folklore and remains one of the greatest moments in football history.

Paul Scholes v Barcelona 2008

After a scoreless first leg at the Nou Camp in the Champions League semi-final, the second leg at Old Trafford between the two European giants was alway going to be a tense affair.

Fourteen minutes in, Paul Scholes stepped up and hit a screamer from 25 yards which was the only goal of the tie and put United into the Final where they beat Chelsea on penalties.

Scholes later said that he mis-kicked the shot but that it was the most important goal he scored for United.

Mark Hughes 1994 FA Cup Semi Final

United were playing Oldham Athletic in the 1994 FA cup semi-final.

After 90 minutes there were no goals and the match went to extra time. Neil Pointon got the opener for Oldham after 106 minutes and United were desperately throwing bodies into the box.

With only seconds left on the clock, Oldham failed to clear and United flicked the ball back into the penalty area for Hughes to meet at full stretch on the volley. The goal forced a replay which United won 4-1 and paved the way for a Premier League and FA cup double.

Eric Cantona 1996 FA Cup Final

United played arch rivals Liverpool in the 1996 FA cup final.

There was little to separate the the teams until the 85th minute when United talisman Eric Cantona connected with the ball beautifully on the volley in a moment of brilliance that would decide the game.

United finished the 96 season in style, winning the Premier league and FA cup double.

George Best Six Goal Match

The date is Feb 7th 1970. United play Northampton in the 5th round of the FA cup.

George Best returns from a 28 day suspension and scores six as United thrash Northampton 8-2. In the second half United ran riot; Best jinked, dodged and feinted, adding four more goals and an assist for Brian Kidd’s second goal, with a dazzling run that left Northampton’s defence in tatters.

Best was only the second player to net six in a game for United after Harold Halse in the 1911 charity shield, a feat which has never been achieved since.

Wayne Rooney Bicycle Kick - 2011

United earned a vital 2-1 derby victory on Saturday over rivals Man City, thanks to an astonishing goal in the 78th minute from Wayne Rooney.

"I think so," Rooney told Sky Sports when asked if it was the best goal of his career. "I saw it come into the box and thought, 'Why not?' Thankfully it finished up in the top corner.

Sir Alex Ferguson called Rooney's winner the best goal he had seen in his 25 years at Old Trafford.

"It was stunning," he said. "[Nani's tally] was an unbelievable goal, but nobody in their right sense will even talk about it. All the talk will be about that winning goal - unbelievable.

"I was trying to get in a good position for when Nani crossed it. Nine times out of ten they go over the crossbar. Today it ended up in the top corner. It is instinct. You don't have time to think about it."

Cantona v Man City - 1993/94

Eric Cantona scored seven goals in eight Premier League derby matches against Manchester City. Four of those goals came in the 93/94 season. In the Maine Rd derby in Nov 93, Cantona masterminded an epic come back after City had led 2-0, scoring twice in a 2-3 victory. In the return fixture in April 94, Cantona bagged another brace in a 2-0 home win. His sublime confidence bordered on arrogance because he could do things with the ball that other players couldn't imagine. To the Old Trafford faithful he will always be King Eric.

"An utterly unique centrepiece for our home"

"Such a lovely surprise - that picture holds such good memories"

"Gideon is a phenomenally talented one-of-a-kind artist"

"It is as unique as she is"

"The perfect artwork for our living room"

" Having commissioned other brilliant pieces from Gideon, I asked him to interpret a treasured picture from our wedding day with his amazing woodworking technique. The outcome was even better than we'd hoped for. His piece perfectly captures that memorable moment right after signing the register and is an utterly unique centrepiece for our home. We are forever grateful - thank you! "

- Nimesh

" We received our sculpture as a wedding gift for our wedding. It was such a lovely surprise as that picture holds such good memories from a really memorable trip. The piece has been in several places in our house and works on all colour walls. We love it at the moment as the 3D really comes off the wall and is so recognisable as us. We love it. These are great gifts for people and something different than a picture or drawing. "

- Karl and Matt Handley-Jones

" Not one person has walked into my house and not commented on the incredible wooden sculpture that Gideon made bespoke as a unique piece of art/keepsake. Gideon is a phenomenally talented one-of-a-kind artist. "

- Candice

" The sculpture of my daughter is outstanding. Each time I look at it, I see her walking in the Lake District and remember taking the photograph you based the piece on. It is as unique as she is and has become a talking point when guests visit. You have a remarkable talent. "

- Dan Berke

I've been looking for the perfect artwork for our living room space since we moved in. I could never find anything quite right or unique enough, until we came across @portraitsculpturecompany

Delivery time and order process

Current lead times:

  • Up to 10 days for design and production.
  • When your work has been completed it will then take 3-5 days for UK delivery
  • You will be emailed a tracking link once it’s been sent out
  • EU Delivery can take 10-21 days for delivery from the date of dispatch
  • US & Rest of World can take 14-28 days for delivery from the date of dispatch

The finished product

Each portrait has been designed by hand. The image is turned into a digital file for cutting by CNC machine using a high density fibre board which is black throughout and specially designed for intricate cutting work. 

I make three sizes of sculpture - 60cm, 75cm and 90cm as measured by the longest side.

There are two colour finishes available: Black or Birch.


The artist hand-draws the design from your photo with pen and paper. The image is then turned into a digital file and cut by CNC machine using a high density fiber board that is specially designed for intricate cutting work.

It typically takes a few weeks to create and deliver the sculpture, depending on the complexity of the design and the current demand for the artist's work.

The sculpture will be carefully packaged and shipped to your address via a reliable courier service.

The sculptures are available in three sizes: 60cm, 75cm and 90cm on the longest size, and 9mm thick in black, 12mm thick in birch.

Yes. The sculptures are available in black (9mm thick) and beautiful birch (12mm).

Yes, you can contact the artist to discuss any custom design requests you may have.

The sculptures are made from high density fiber board, which is strong and durable. However, they are still susceptible to damage if handled roughly, so it is important to handle them with care.

Installation is simple, with just one included nail needed to hammer into the wall and a centrally balanced point to rest the sculpture on. For wide pieces, a second nail may be required, in which case the first nail should be hammered in, one side of the piece hung, and the position for the second nail marked.

You may wish to drill a small pilot hole for the nail using the drill bit provided to avoid chipping your plaster.

The packaging uses the waste from the cutting process to protect the sculpture, and is then sandwiched between two wooden sheets and wrapped in cardboard. The packaging is not specifically designed to be environmentally friendly, but it can be easily recycled after use. However, we recommend to keep the packaging as it's the safest way to transport your sculpture should you ever need to move it.

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