Just the most exciting illustrator we've seen in a long, long time, we're sure you can pick out Pirlo, Klopp, Neymar, Eusebio, Luis Aragones, Marcelo Bielsa, Tito Vilanova and many others interpreted magnificently by Carlos Rivaherrera .
Ah football, the beautiful game. We all love it, but there’s always that one player who takes things a bit too far. Well in this case, we’ve found 11 of those players who have taken things way too far, and compiled a World Cup Dirty XI.
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If you caught up with the biggest game in Argentina at the weekend you'll know all about the Superclásico.
Sarah is one of a number of illustrators that have contributed to a new French publication, Citrus, which fuses football and artwork, two topics that, as you might have noticed, we quite like.
At one time, none of these golden boys would have ventured beyond the shores of their homeland, so the idea that they would have adorned the front cover of El Gráfico - Argentina's well respected sport monthly - is entirely feasible.
We've been keeping tabs on John for a while and the Vancouver based artist continues to enthrall with his latest work, featuring all of the World Cup Golden Ball winners, proving a real tonic.
A hugely talented illustrator, Valencia based artist Jorge Lawerta has turned his attention not to local heroes from his own parish, but instead focusing on the vibrant history of Germany's top flight and four of its leading lights.
"The World Cup comes around but once every four years, and with it comes the official poster."
Sausages and Caviar is an excellent new football channel on YouTube put together by brothers Jason and Kai, who are aiming to update us once a month with a new video diary focusing on a trip to one of European football's more interesting clubs. So far they have produced two excellent videos, the one above featuring IBWM favourites Dermot Corrigan and Paul Reidy as they travel to watch Rayo Vallecano, and below is their first trip to FC Union Berlin. Well worth keeping your eye out for future videos, you can follow them on Twitter here.
A recent study found that 1 in 5 Brits secretly enjoy a crafty fag; keeping their habit hidden from friends and loved ones.
In a year when the team wearing the world’s most famous football jersey will fight for the right to display a sixth star, Nike has created a series of yellow jerseys for five partner clubs in Brasil.
We tend to see a lot of variations of Leo Messi so we were really quite taken by the subject of Punta Arenas based illustrator Pato Vera R's art this week.