Sports Art


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The most interesting home decor usually reflects the person living there rather than being selected straight from a magazine. But for sports fans who love showing pride in their favorite team but aren’t huge fans of that man cave vibe, incorporating their interests into their home decor can present a unique challenge. Here are 3 surprisingly sophisticated wall art picks for sports fans that double as great Father’s Day gifts.

1) Tennis Clock

This unique battery-operated wood tennis clock features 12 painted silhouette of tennis players in place of numbers against a dark stained wood background. It’s a perfect gift for any tennis fan no matter their age.

2) Vintage Philadelphia Phillies Print

This vintage reproduction Philadelphia Phillies print circa 1894 is the perfect gift for Philadelphia baseball fans. Frame this grey-scale 11” by 14” print for a home office or include it in a gallery wall.

3) Vintage Chicago Bears Program on Canvas

This reprinting of a 1930 Chicago Bears football program on canvas is stretched around a 1.25-inch-thick wood frame and is ready to hang out of the box. The handmade store MoonlightWraps has dozens of gallery canvas re-printings for sports fans from an Ohio State program cover to a baseball yearbook for the all-girls Rockford Peaches baseball team.

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