The Art of Sports Architecture

Fenway Park print - framed in Walnut

Since our start in 2002, we have specialized in the appreciation of ballpark architecture as a work of art.

Each of our prints includes hand-drawn artwork of the interesting architectural elements - for some of our prints the artwork comes from the original building plans for the park.

Our goal is to create a work of art that you are proud to display on your wall.




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Our most recently released prints and gift items in the Ballpark Blueprints product line. 


WSJ - The Off Duty Fall Top 50

September 13, 2014

We're incredibly honored to be featured in the September 13-14 2014 Wall Street Journal "Fall 50".  Your guaranteed-tasteful guide to the season. Fifty ideas, adventures, looks, gadgets, and distractions that will help you make the most of autumn. Check it out at      Continue Reading →

Analyzing the Cubs' Image of a Renovated Wrigley Field

July 10, 2014

Looking closely at the "restored" Wrigley Field . . . It’s interesting to really take a close look at the Cubs’ image of a renovated Wrigley at the top of this post (larger image here. I’m a graphic designer, and so I know that nothing that goes into a publicity/promotions/sales image (and don’t fool yourself; that’s exactly what this is) happens by accident. Here are a few things that I noticed about this one: 1) We’ll call it Patriotism: American flags on the ribbon boards in left and right field, appealing to the Baseball + Mom’s Apple Pie = AMERICA! Right off, you’re feeling like the Cubs love America! That’s great! So do I! I must love the Cubs! 2) Cubs leading... Continue Reading →

New releases and upcoming products

June 02, 2014

We just got our latest set of prints off the press, and we couldn't be more excited about them. Now available for purchase are: Comerica Park Jacobs Field PNC Park Target Field Progressive er Jacobs Field was a real tough one for us - we heard loud and clear from our fans that the original name of the park - Jacobs Field - should be used in our print. Are there any other ballparks out there that have a similar naming controversy? Let us know in the comments. I know it will always be Oakland Coliseum to me - not " Coliseum" or whatever it's called now. So what are we working on next? We have a pretty exciting set... Continue Reading →


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