Miami Marlins

Minimalist Marlins Park

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OFFICIALLY LICENSED ARTWORK OF MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL.

Teams: Miami Marlins
Artist: S. Preston
Variant: Aquarium Backstop

This was a fun one. Since Marlins Park is so new, even the hardcore baseball fan doesn't know about the aquarium backstop. Yes, they are real fish, and yes they are right behind home plate. Apparently the glass is so think that even a baseball hitting it at 100 mph will not faze the fish.

  • Official MLB hologram.
  • Actual print colors may differ slightly from the digital image.
  • Digital archival print on museum-grade archival paper.
  • Optional: black wood frame, white double mat and UV, anti-glare plexiglass.

SMALL ART PRINT

  • Print size: 8.5x11 inches.
  • * Artist does not sign the small art print.

MEDIUM ART PRINT

  • Print size: 14x20 inches (12x18 inches with a white border)
  • Hand signed by the artist.

LARGE ART PRINT

  • Print size: 24x36 inches (20x30 inches with a white border)
  • Hand signed by the artist.

COLLECTORS EDITION - Limited Edition of 350

  • Print size: 17x26 inches
  • Hand signed and numbered by the artist.
  • Includes a certificate of authenticity.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

S. Preston (b. 1972) is a former sports broadcaster turned graphic artist, 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 sports art has been recognized by the leaders in sports and has become internationally acclaimed for his clean and clever artwork. He has been published in ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today and many other notable publications and media.

S. Preston is a licensed artist for the MLB, NHL, NFL, NBA, NCAA, Star Wars, Looney Tunes and many more.

S. Preston's artwork was added to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016 and is a lifetime member.