Own Your Own Baseball Stadium! Sort Of.
Hanging one of these minimalist baseball stadium prints on your wall will look way cooler than the signed jersey that’s up there now.
By Michael Irons
The art you choose to cover the empty space on the walls in your home can say a lot about you. For example, if you’re still showing your love of the Kansas City Royals by proudly displaying your 1990s “Bo Knows” poster above your bed, it tells guests that you A) probably loved Tecmo Bowl for the NES, and B) may have yet to touch a woman’s breast.
That’s why if you’re decorating your pad with sports memorabilia, it might be better to forgo the pennant flag, signed jersey, framed framed baseball card collection, or autographed ball pretty for something a little classier. Like, any of these minimalist baseball stadium created by graphic artist S. Preston Chuhon.
The series consists of stadiums for eight teams — the Brewers, White Sox, Red Sox, Diamondbacks, Padres, Royals, Yankees, and Mets — and will add style to any room. The goal, according to Chuhon’s website, was make each ballpark identifiable by using as little as possible.
Even better, the prints won’t totally obliterate your bank account. Sizes range from small (15.5″ x 23.2″) to extra large (20″ x 30″) and can run you anywhere from $45 to $170, depending on what style you choose (matted, mounted, canvas) and whether you want to add a frame. Check out the collection below, and make an order here.
Miller Park | Milwaukee Brewers
U.S. Cellular Field | Chicago White Sox
Fenway Park | Boston Red Sox
Chase Field | Arizona Diamondbacks
Petco Park | San Diego Padres
Kauffman Stadium | Kansas City Royals
Yankee Stadium | New York Yankees
Citi Field | New York Mets