Rally: Posterized

$ 50.00

Limited Edition Prints

Painting info:

On September 11, 2016, the Chiefs made one of the most incredible comebacks ever witnessed at Arrowhead. Down 21 with little more than a quarter to go, Alex Smith lead the offense down the field three times in a row to tie the game. Alex appeared at midfield as the team's solo captain to correctly call the game's deciding coin flip. KC received the ball, marched down the field, and stood a few feet away from the endzone. Smith would hike the ball and dive head first into the endzone after a tiny rollout. Andy Reid later credited Alex in his post game press conference, saying the "playcall" was all #11. That felt pretty epic, and I felt it was an appropriate visual to capture in this piece. This is done in the style of a movie poster, including a little more text than I do typically.

Ordering made to order prints:


Any of the prints selectable in the dropdown are available for purchase, only until the entire limited edition series has been purchased. Some are currently in stock, and some will need to be produced through one of our printers (labeled "Made To Order"). Timetables vary from piece to piece. For paper prints, the production process typically takes around a week. For acrylic prints, you can expect a wait of somewhere between 1-4 weeks, depending on the printer's production schedule. Canvas pieces take the longest due to the stretching that needs to be done. You can expect 2-5 weeks for production time.


Any of these pieces can be framed. Typically for paper pieces, we frame & matte them with preservation quality glass. Acrylic pieces are generally mounted in what we call a floating frame (also called a shadowbox), but can be framed behind glass as well. Canvas pieces have the stretching cost factored into their number already which includes a hanging wire on the back. They can also be framed with a large frame like you would see in a museum. Please see our framing page for more info.

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We can ship anything. Typically once your piece is in the mail, you can expect anywhere between 2-8 days for anything in US. International orders take a bit longer. Delays can also be expected during the holiday season, especially the last two weeks before Christmas.

Please note: Shipping on any framed paper, acrylic, or canvas prints over 30" will have to be coordinated on a per-order basis, via email, since shipping rates vary wildly over that size.