I recently discovered the art work of Dan Duffy and find him more than worthy to add to the Museum of Baseball Art Gallery.
According to the bio on his site, Duffy grew up in suburban Philadelphia and later graduated from the renowned Hussian School of Art in 2006. As a freelance artist, he has produced illustrations, advertisements and web designs for companies including: Golf World Magazine, Golf Digest, Fisher Price, ESPN, and The PGA of America.
In 2008, Dan wanted to get back to his art roots and combined his conceptual creativity along side his artistic talent and produced his first “word” illustration based on Barack Obama’s Inauguration Speech. Since then he has drawn a number of works including his signature piece for his beloved Philadelphia Phillies commemorating their 2008 World Champion Season. His original word illustrations are meticulously and painstakingly completed by a patient hand. He is continuing to create memorable works depicting great moments in the world of sports and history which will be marketed exclusively by Legendary Sports Prints, a leading publisher of fine art.
Duffy’s posters are available for purchase and would look great in any home or office.