James Catley Collection

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There is no doubt whatsoever about the passion that James has as a photographer – and what a talented photographer he is!

Some people find it extremely hard to be passionate about inanimate objects and most of those would see cars and motor bikes about as inanimate as it’s possible to be. No blood, no bones, no brain, no soul. Absolutely no soul.

Talk to James – or look at his photographs – and you know that as far as he is concerned these motors, cars or bikes, have a deep and meaningful being. They are full of character, full of life and full of soul. James is a self taught photographer who finds beauty in the details of classic cars and bikes.

A typical evening for James involves setting off on his bike, camera bag on his back and prepped for an evening of classic and custom bikes and cars. With an ever growing love for motoring from his first Beetle to his beloved Harley, James’s dedication and combined love for photography and classic motors really comes through in his photos.

If you are interested in any of these images for your wallpaper please contact us by email with the reference number which is in the middle of the thumbnail image when you mouseover. Let us know the height and width of the wall you want to cover so that we can advise you of a cost.

Please remember that we have 28 different substrates that you can choose for your paper. The reference number for the substrate you are interested in is at the bottom of the larger image. Please use this when you contact our experts who can discuss costs, timeline, availability and if you are interested in other possibilities they can also help.

For those of you who do not have a complete wall but you can dedicate to the wallpaper perhaps you’d like to consider a roller blind or a canvas mounted print to put up your favourite picture

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