Calls were made to place a plaque on it. Manchester city center The street that is famous for its Christmas photo.
The photograph, which has been compared to Renaissance Art, was taken on Well Street in 2016.
Photographer Joel Goodman captured the chaotic scene in the early morning hours.
Police caught Mike Deveney reaching for a beer bottle in the street while he was grappling with another reveler.
Praised for its inspiring composition, the image has been compared to various historical artworks, including Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam.
Thus, ‘The Creation of Manchester’ consolidated its place in the city’s recent history.
Now, there have been calls on social media to install a plaque on the iconic spot.
Twitter user Si Lloyd shared a photo of the street on September 13, saying, “One of the city’s most famous landmarks. Still no plaque.”
“He deserves a statue,” said another.
“Still no knighthood @ pixel8photo oh!” he tweeted.
Another said, “Haha I didn’t know it was there. Bible.”
Manchester City Council councilor Pat Karney said: “Joel is a genius at taking over our city in all its glory.
“I suspect he will have many more masterpieces, so it would be foolish to follow him with plaques.
“He’s a great guy, so I’ll buy him a beer in that area.”