Art

Kobe Bryant

$30.00$70.00

 

DETAILS:

Size: 12″ x 18″

Paper: high-quality 130# Sterling

Versions:
• $70 – hand signed (signature is hand-signed by artist)
• $30 – digitally signed (printed signature)

 

Original: SOLD

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The making of…

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Just getting started on a new piece!!! This one features one my of my all-time favorite players: @kobebryant. When I was younger, I play A LOT of basketball. In my driveway, I’d pretend that I was @Gary.Payton.20, and I had the last shot to win the game. The clock winds down… 3… 2… 1… the shot goes up… it’s GOOD!!! Sonics win!!! Like many kids, I looked up to athletes. What they did, we did. What they wore, we wore. And so on. So, are athletes role models? Do they have a choice? I think back to when Kobe entered the league. He was drafted at 17 years old so his parents had to co-sign his contract with the Lakers until he was able to sign his own when he turned 18 (before the season began). My latest piece will depict a young Kobe wearing his newly-minted Lakers uniform, and sitting in solitude while pondering his future: the hopes, the dreams, and the quest to become one of the greatest to ever play the game. But before all of that, he was just a kid who wanted to play ball. Kobe, fresh out of high school, was thrusted into the biggest spotlight - not only by playing in the NBA, but also in the big city of Los Angeles - and he now must carry all of the lofty expectations that come with being so highly touted. Now, he’s young, rich, athletic, charismatic and insanely talented, and kids yearn to be like Kobe. So, is 17-year-old Kobe a role model? Does he have a choice? People from all over the world looks upon Kobe in anticipation of what he *might* become. And so it begins...

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Weight .02 lbs
Dimensions 18 × .01 × 12 in
Versions

Print (digitally-signed), Print (HAND-signed)

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