The building that houses the National Football Museum is a six storey, glass perimeter building with a distinctive sloping formed roof built in 2002.
In order to display what is one of their most ambitious exhibitions the museum had ever planned they called upon PSN to paint the multicoloured walls. SHIRTS! would be the largest display of football shirts ever seen in the country and the walls needed to compliment the many shirts on display. Working closely with the designer PSN painted walls with two/three colours onto curved walls, over display cabinets. They used a Mobile Tower, 25, 5 litre tins of Acrylic Durable Matt, 3, 5 litre tins of Aqua Satin and 20 masking tape rolls!. It took a team of 4 painters hours of careful cutting in. The end result was an amazing achievement and a fantastic exhibition like no other.