Here’s the chance to enjoy all the legendary ballparks from another perspective. Ballpark Blueprints ($49) render the great ones with specific architectural details, including a plan view, signature elevation view, and details unique to the park. Some blueprints are taken straight from the original building plans. Right now, they only have AT&T Park, Busch Stadium, Citizens Bank Park, Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium. No Camden Yards? Maybe they’ll get to that later. These come on museum-quality paper, suitable for hanging or gifting.
Baseball and Architect Fans Will Enjoy These Iconic Ballpark Blueprints
Media By on Dec 20, 2013
Star Wars Target Shooting Range Prints: Han Shot First, You Shoot Better
Home By on Nov 7, 2013
Han Solo failed when he fired at Darth Vader; don’t let that happen to you. Prepare yourself for your inevitable showdown with the Sith lord with one of these Star Wars Target Prints ($32). Vader too cliche? Pop off at Boba Fett, a Stormtrooper holding Princess Leia, or a scaled down Rancor.
Star Wars Day of the Dead Prints: The Empanada Strikes Back
Media By on Oct 2, 2013
Day of the Dead, the Mexican holiday that sees family members fondly recalling those who’ve passed on before them, gets chopped and mixed with the Star Wars universe in these vibrant prints by artist John Karpinsky. Like a bowl of salsa and its perfect melding of cilantro and tomatoes, these portraits burst with color and flavor all at once. As they might have used to say a long time ago, across a border far far away: Que la fuerza esté contigo.
Walter White Prints: Series At A Glance
Media By on Sep 27, 2013
With the Breaking Bad finale coming up this weekend, it’s time to reflect on AMC’s critically acclaimed series. Sure, you could do that by watching every episode again, or you could just do the speed version of the show with these Walter White prints ($50). The trio of silkscreened prints depict lead character Walter White’s transformation from “chemistry teacher to crystal meth kingpin, to vengeful desperado.” Every poster is also hand signed and numbered by graphic Ty Mattson.
Epic Frequency Canvas Prints
Media By on Oct 5, 2012
If you’ve ever worked with digital audio, you know editing sound is almost as much about seeing it as it is hearing it. Epic Frequency Canvas Prints (starting at $139) takes the visual pattern of a sound and turns it into a piece of art, using the precise waves of famous speeches and quotes. If you want Neil Armstrong’s “One Small Step” sound wave over your couch, you got it. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech over your bed? It’s yours. Dennis Green’s “THEY ARE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE!”? Um, you may have to wait awhile on that. Need more vertical canvas.