Super Bowl XXXV (Tampa 2001) Official Commemorative Pop Art Poster - Charles Fazzino

Super Bowl XXXV (Tampa 2001) Official Commemorative Pop Art Poster - Charles Fazzino

  • $24.95
Publisher: Museum Editions, Ltd., Made in USA!
Size: 22" x 34"
Condition: Brand New, Original Warehouse Stock!

Item #: FAZ-014


Ah, the glorious West Coast of Florida, home of breathtaking sunsets, carefree lifestyle, glorious gulf waters, and, on January 28, 2001, the biggest event in the world! Welcome to Raymond James Stadium in downtown Tampa Bay for Super Bowl XXXV, when the Baltimore Ravens demolished the New York Giants to win their first NFL championship. This official Super Bowl XLIII poster brings your wall and your collection alive with the colorful, lively, and joyful style of world-renowned pop artist Charles Fazzino, who has commemorated each Super Bowl game since 2001 with his unique brand of genius. Packed with endless detail, you'll never stop finding new, interesting, and often hilarious things in the art, designed to bring out the best of the true character of the host city (a rare treat with this one, as the field is lined with banners of each official Super Bowl logo from the previous 34 years, along with the winning team's flag). Set in a spectacular layout that includes the game title, attractive graphics, all official trademarks, and the official Super Bowl XXXV game logo, this is both a beauty for your wall, and a valuable collector's item for years to come! Don't miss your chance at this one - all Fazzino posters are published in limited quantity and may sell out at any time. An online exclusive from SportsPosterWarehouse.com!

About the Artist: Charles Fazzino, graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City, is one of the most popular and highly-collected pop artists of all time. During his more-than-thirty years as a pop artist, he has inserted his unique, detailed, vibrant, and three-dimensional style of artwork into the very fabric of popular culture. Fazzino’s artworks are exhibited in hundreds of museums and galleries in more than twenty different countries. He has received many private and important commissions and has been selected as the official artist for festivals and events all over the world. Charles is often referred to as a pop culture historian because of the breadth of his work and the way it touches his collectors and captures the best parts of their contemporary lives. His legacy will mark him as part of the next generation of famous pop artists as he follows the paths originally forged by pop art pioneers such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Red Grooms, and Roy Lichtenstein.


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