Under Pressure This is a unique piece if NFL art that is actually four paintings placed one on top of the other and presented in 3D. “Under Pressure” depicts an offensive play by the New England Patriots in which quarterback # 12, Tom Brady stands in the pocket against the rush of the Indianapolis Colts defense. The artist wanted to depict what it is like for a quarterback to stand in a pocket, surveying the field, while 200-300lb men do their best to “knock your head off”. With this painting, his goal was to try and recreate this experience for Tom Brady. He created 4 separate canvases each with different depths, to give the painting depth itself and to recreate the chaos of a pocket. You don’t need to be a Patriots fan to love this NFL art. Fantasy football fans will love it too. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia. This NFL print id absolutely unique in both presentation and content.
The Art of the Hand Off
The Art of the Hand Off depicts a running play performed by the Pittsburgh Steelers on a snowy winter day at Soldiers Field. There is an art to the X’s and O’s that go into a football play. The timing and execution of a play is very similar to a dance routine in which each person has to hit their mark at an exact time and space in order for it to be successful. That is true NFL art. .For this NFL painting, the artist wanted to capture the beauty of that execution with Mother Nature creating the ideal backdrop for the piece. You don’t need to be a Steelers fan to love this NFL art. Fantasy football fans will love it too. The entire feeling of this painting gives a sense of timelessness for all franchises and generations to enjoy. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.
Texas Terrors This gorgeous NFL painting is an emotional image that depicts the intensity of the game of professional football. Although the Houston Texans haven’t won any championships yet and haven’t been touted as a great and upcoming franchise, the commitment of their players and enthusiasm and talent of the team leaders, ownership, coaching staff, and fans have made them rise to the top of Houston’s popularity. Defensive team leader, #99 J.J. Watt, who has been called the greatest defensive end in the game today, is shown in this piece of NFL art, emotionally leading his defensive unit on to the field. Fantasy football fans love J.J. Watt and everyone wants him on their team. This memorable piece of NFL art belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL art and a valued piece of pro football memorabilia.
The Catch As a fan, there is nothing better than watching an athlete make a “jaw-dropping” play. As an artist, the struggle is figuring out how to capture that incredible moment on canvas while doing it justice. For this amazing catch by #90, Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans, the artist decided to do an NFL painting that was a sequential painting of the catch on 3 separate canvases that hang side by side to give the viewer the total visual of the entire play. Here you see Andre Johnson catching a pass while being hit by defensive Minnesota Vikings player B. Williams. You can see and feel the catch, the hit, and Johnson flying in the air holding on to the ball and landing with a completion. These three paintings are a triptych and will only be sold together to ensure the dramatic action the artist wished to capture. . You don’t need to be a Texans fan to love this NFL art. Fantasy football fans will love it too. The entire feeling of this painting gives a sense of incredibly exciting motion and the thrill of the game. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.
The Game depicts the 2007 Arizona Cardinals offense as they run on to the field. There is something majestic about watching teams run out onto the field. As a fan, it can bring goose bumps and for the opposing team, it can create fear. For this NFL painting the artist’s goal was to capture that experience for Cardinal fans. You don’t need to be a Cardinals fan to love this NFL art. Fantasy football fans will love it too. The entire feeling of this painting gives a sense of a throwback piece for every generation. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.
The Fearsome Foursome
The Fearsome Foursome The most dominant Defensive Line in the history of Professional Football was the Los Angeles Rams Fearsome Foursome. Anchored by #75, Deacon Jones at Left End and #85, Lamar Lundy at Right End, with Tackles # 74 Merlin Olsen and # 76 Roosevelt Grier, the Fearsome Foursome changed the face of defensive football play forever. The 1960s and 1970s was the era in pro football that forever changed the game and the unquestioned leaders of that dramatic reversal were the men of the Fearsome Foursome. After the Fearsome Foursome came dominant D lines like the Dallas Cowboys Doomsday Defense, the Pittsburgh Steelers Steel Curtain, The Orange Curtain, and others, but no other line in the history of the NFL could rival the Fearsome Foursome. An obvious signature piece for the Deacon Jones Foundation, this NFL art pays tribute to their greatness in this emotional painting. It is a true collector’s piece for the ages and belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL art and a valued piece of pro football history and memorabilia.