Last week, we received a package at the t.listed team that instantly excited all of us. When we saw the colourful stickers on the outside of the cardboard box, we knew exactly where it came from!
Art of Sport, is a graphic design company based in San Francisco, that was created by designers John Paul Stallard and Rob Duncan. Their designs are inspired by various sports teams and incorporate team history, colours, and names in a subtle manner.
We were so impressed by the care and detail that was taken when packaging the products and sending them to us!
Everything was tastefully stamped with the Art of Sport logo and stickers!
What initially attracted us to Art of Sport was their clean, modern poster designs. We love the concept; finding a compromise and balance between men that love their sports teams and women that want affordable ways to decorate their homes. This will save so many couples the headache of fighting over where to put “his stuff” other than the man cave! Its also great for women that love sports and a chic way to decorate kid’s rooms.
Below we have each styled the prints into our spaces!
The prints are great as a Valentine’s Gift for your boyfriend or girlfriend that love football, soccer, baseball, or just beautifully designed posters!
If you want to purchase these prints or check our their other designs you can onhttp://www.artofsportstore.com .
Use the code ‘lovetlisted’ for 10% off your purchase from now ’till the end of February!
Thank you ART OF SPORT!!!
the t.listed girls!
Hi everyone! It’s Anna checking back in from Live-Style in London with another new design find – art for sports fans that is so subtle, only true fans know what it is. Also, see below for how to get 10% off any of their prints before the end of February!
Today, my husband sent me an email titled ‘We need this!’ and the website link enclosed was to the Art of Sport store. I don’t mind sports, but don’t live to watch them. I’m happy to nap with a game on in the background. So when I saw the link, I switched into skeptical wife mode and was worried about what I would find. More action photography, signed balls, or perhaps some reference to the last time his team won the Premier League. As it turns out, I was VERY wrong.
There are two designers in San Francisco who share his love for soccer, and have created pieces that I think most people, sport lovers or not, would be more than happy to have on their walls.
Los diseñadores John Paul Stallard y Rod Duncan, aparte de diseñadores son unos verdaderos locos del fútbol.
Su objetivo era poder combinar su pasión por el deporte rey con su pasión por el diseño gráfico y para ello crearon Art of Sport, una serie de pósters de sus equipos favoritos en edición limitada pero con un diseño moderno e incorporando referencias a su historia, a sus colores o a sus nombres.
La agencia Mucho Barcelona ha querido hacer lo mismo pero en este caso con todos los equipos españoles. Cada póster funciona como si fuera un jeroglífico. ¿Te atreves a adivinarlos? Seguro que aciertas. ¡En el estudio hemos hecho hasta un concurso!
The first edition of the Pitch festival brings the culture of the world’s most popular sport to Montreal, with film screenings, talks and art exhibits all dedicated to the love of soccer.
The fest presents documentaries tackling the game from all angles, many playing for the first time in Canada. Premiering locally, Ladies Turn (2012) profiles an all-female Senegalese team of the same name, while Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos tracks the short history of the North American Soccer League in the 1970s. The Casuals looks at the emergence of soccer hooligan fashion in 1980s England and Kevin Macdonald’s mega-doc Marley offers an in-depth look at the legendary reggae artist and diehard soccer fan.
Several of the festival’s screenings look at individual players, including Real Madrid legend Laurie Cunningham in First Among Equals. Brazil’s biggest stars are presented together in Pelé, Garrincha, dieux de Brasil, while Les Rebelles du foot profiles how five players — Caszely, Drogba, Mekloufi, Pasic and Socrates — deal with the politics in each of their native countries. Two films address the sport’s darker side: Football’s Suicide Secret looks at mental illness and soccer, while 11 Metri documents the suicide of Italian player and team captain Agostino Di Bartolomei.
In addition to film screenings, the festival presents a series of soccer-related art projects. Argentinian painter Ruben Ramonda captures the spirit of the sport with Coup de Bull, while local artists Alan Ganev and Stikki Peaches each created pop-art foosball tables. In The Art of Sport, designers John Paul Stallard and Rob Duncan frame soccer flags as art objects, and soccer photographer Jeremy Patterson’s work showcases both the game and its rabid fans.
Here we go with some new work that makes turns the fanaticism of following your sports team into art fit for the living room wall.