Ballpark Blueprints captures architectural art of iconic stadiums

  • Wrigley Field, Comiskey Park, Soldier Field and United Center among the company's iconic stadium, arena, and ballpark offerings.

    Wrigley Field, Comiskey Park, Soldier Field and United Center among the company's iconic stadium, arena, and ballpark offerings. Courtesy of Ballpark Blueprints

 
Submitted by Leslie Kaufman
Posted12/4/2020 9:32 PM

Ballpark Blueprints, original manufacturer of handcrafted sports architectural art, is pleased to expand its golf line and capture the distinctive artwork and beauty of more than 140 iconic stadiums, arenas and ballparks across the country, including Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, among many others.

For those missing out on in-person sports this year, Ballpark Blueprints offer a sophisticated and classic way for sports fans to reminisce and display their love of the game with original art that complements any family room, home office, or man cave. The hand-rendered original designs use custom ink on museum-quality paper, making them the perfect gift for sports fans everywhere. Favorite venues from baseball, football (pro and college), basketball, hockey, golf, and more are part of its extensive collection.

 

"The idea for Ballpark Blueprints came about while we were looking for a blueprint-style print of Fenway Park, and realized there was nothing commercially available," said Thomas Young, Owner & Art Director of Ballpark Blueprints. "My co-founder and I were huge baseball fans and loved the aesthetic of blueprints. We found similar prints for the Golden Gate Bridge and Empire State Building, but no sporting venues. So, in 2002, we decided to create original ballpark art ourselves and the line has since grown to more than 140 stadiums, arenas, ballparks and golf courses."

Ballpark Blueprints offers a variety of gift ideas at every price point: from high-end framed, canvas, and metal art ($80-$195), museum-quality unframed art prints ($60), and wall murals ($150), to golf headcovers ($85), fleece stadium blankets ($70), T-shirts and hoodies ($32-$42), ceramic mugs and metal travel mugs ($23-$40), and more.

The company has also expanded its golf line to more than 40 golf courses, including architectural art of such renowned courses as Bandon Dunes, Pinehurst Resort -- the first "anchor course" for the US Open -- and the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland, the Home of Golf. "It's an honor to be recognized as a preferred vendor of these legendary golf courses," shared Young.

Ballpark Blueprints was the first sports architectural art company when it was founded in 2002 on an authentic passion for the history and architecture of baseball. The company has since expanded into other sports lines and continues its tradition of creating hand-rendered original designs using custom ink and museum-quality paper to ensure a unique and high-end aesthetic for the dedicated sports enthusiast.

For more holiday gift ideas from Ballpark Blueprints, visit www.ballparkblueprints.com.