Minimalist Olympic Stadium
VARIANT 1: ROOF TOWER
There has been two ballparks that first served as an Olympic venue. Well let's not count the Dodgers first years in LA. The Montreal Expos played in 'The Big O' until they relocated to become the Washington Nationals. Typical with Olympic stadiums, the construction was rushed, and horribly managed, so the stadium is not well received by the Expos fans, and can be blamed for their demise.
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.
WHAT DO YOU GET THE EXPOS FAN THAT HAS EVERYTHING?
Some people are impossible to buy for, aren't they? Sometimes it's a boss, a husband, brother-in-law, or even a die-hard baseball fan wife. Sure they love their team, but their taste extends beyond the 'man cave' style of fan art and bobbleheads.
This minimalist Olympic Stadium art print is the solution for that Expos fan in your life who also values design. Time and again, buyers of Preston's art comment on its ability to be appreciated outside the confines of the locker room: in offices, bedrooms and even living rooms of baseball fans with a keen eye for attractive wall art. His minimalist baseball park series has often been called 'wife approved' and sought after by female fans as a way to show support for their favorite teams and the parks they play in.
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 museum grade 100% acid-free 350 gsm archival art paper with velvet texture
10-color Epson Ultrachrome K3 archival ink
Handsigned by S. Preston
Collectors Edition are limited to 350 prints
Hand numbered by S. Preston
Embossed with "Limited Edition" seal
Certificate of Authentication
Medium Art Print: 14" x 20"
framed: 18" x 24"
Large Art Print: 24" x 36"
framed: 26" x 38"
Collector's Edition: 17" x 26"
framed: 25" x 33"