The Boston Red Sox won 97 regular-season games in 2013 and completed a worst-to-first turnaround. They then defeated the Tampa Bay Rays and Detroit Tigers to advance to the World Series for the first time since 2007 where they beat the St. Louis Cardinals. This limited-edition handmade screen print on paper celebrates the Boston Red Sox and their 2013 World Series championship. Limited edition of 500. Each print is signed by artist Chris Speakman and individually numbered on 100% cotton, archival Stonehenge brand paper - size is 17" x 21". It is double matted in team colors and professionally framed. Overall frame size is 18" x 24". Brought to you by Sports Propaganda, this collectible is great for autographs and adds a touch of class to any sports fan's wall.
About the artist: A lifelong lover of sports as well as a passion for history drove Chris Speakman to create "Sports Propaganda" limited edition prints. Conceptually inspired by the various war-like rivalries around sports as well as propaganda art from the 1940's, Chris's goal is to recruit fans to support their favorite team. Chris's work has been featured in the Boston Sunday Globe, ESPN.com and on CBS-Boston TV.
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