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The Art of Keeping Score — Literally

Matt Maldre appears to be an interesting cat. He lives in Chicago, where he engages in a variety of art projects. He also loves keeping a scorecard during a ballgame. Put those two things together — art and scorecards — and you get something like this (click to enlarge):

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Major Find: ‘The Professionals Look at Pro Football’

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Way back in the day, the NFL used to put out all sorts of cool promotional publications, many of them with beautiful illustrations. I was lucky enough to get several of these while I was growing up, including the American Express NFL Playbook from 1973 . . . → Read More: Major Find: ‘The Professionals Look at Pro Football’

The Columbus Blue Jackets and the Art of the Poster

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I mentioned in yesterday’s Ticker that I loved the gameday posters that the Blue Jackets have been putting out. The one shown above is my favorite so far — the overhead perspective, the slightly bleached-out colors, the brilliant conceit of mowing a field of . . . → Read More: The Columbus Blue Jackets and the Art of the Poster

Painting Uniforms on Uniforms

Reader Douglas Ford recently alerted me to the work of an artist named Dan Stromme, who has an interesting specialty: He paints sports scenes on helmets and jerseys.

Let’s start with the helmets, which are particularly cool. Here are some of my favorites (for all of these, you can click to enlarge):

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