Minimalist Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Art Poster
VARIANT 1: CHIEF NOC-A-HOMA
Not MLB licensed artwork.
The original mascot of the Atlanta Braves was a native Indian brave named Chief Noc-A-Homa who's name is a play on words "Knock a homer!" He lived in a teepee built on the stadium seats and his job was to come out after every Brave home run and do a dance. The Braves eventually replaced Chief Noc-A-Homa with a new mascot, Homer the Brave.
S. Preston's minimalist ballpark series is more than the man cave. It's a cool, fresh new look at baseball stadiums that approaches the world of sports from an artistic perspective. So decorate your home with 'living room worthy' sports art that will because a conversation piece for every house guest. This minimalist ballpark series also makes a great gift idea for any baseball fan.
WHO IS S. PRESTON?
S. Preston is a former sports broadcaster turned graphic designer, who has turned his love of sports and his talent for art into a full-time business and career. "I try every day to change the way sports and art collide," says Preston. His creative and clever sports art has been recognized by the leaders in sports and his artwork is licensed by both the MLB and the NCAA. You can see his designs published in Sports Illustrated, ESPN and Entertainment Weekly.
Digitally printed on 300 gsm enhanced matte paper
10-color Epson Ultrachrome K3 archival ink
Handsigned by S. Preston
11 x 17 inches