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165. "715" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

165. "715" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

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Pre-order your exclusive Hall of Fame art print "715" by Pop Fly Pop Shop artist Daniel Jacob Horine, available only from April 7th to April 14th. Measuring 7 x 10.5 inches, this limited-edition piece will be retired and never produced again after the pre-order period ends. The final print run will be determined by the number of purchases made within this window. Secure your unique piece now, with shipments expected in June. Also, each print comes with an embossed gold leaf collectible ticket, exclusive for the Hall of Fame pieces (collectible only, not for admission)

Fifty years ago, under a sky heavy with history, Hank Aaron did something extraordinary, something immortal. With the crack of his bat on April 8, 1974, Aaron's 715th home run sailed over the left-field wall, breaking Babe Ruth's long-standing record and etching his name into the heart of America. It was more than a baseball moment; it was a societal landmark, a triumphant assertion against the shadows of inequality and racism.

Aaron, with his quiet dignity and relentless pursuit of excellence, became a symbol of hope and progress. Each swing, each round of the bases, was a step towards something greater than the game itself. On that day, 'Hammerin' Hank' was not just a baseball player; he was the embodiment of perseverance, a beacon for change in a tumultuous era.

The echo of that 715th home run reverberates through the annals of history, reminding us that sports are not just games, but powerful narratives of human struggle and triumph. Hank Aaron, in his silent strength, taught us that heroes come in many forms, and their legacies, like his iconic home run, soar far beyond the confines of a ballpark.

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“Every time I look at these prints, I think of my father. If artists can channel their adversity into incredible works of art that we get to enjoy, then we should challenge ourselves to turn our struggles into something that can benefit others.”

 - Travis

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Meet the Artist

Daniel is the artist that designs all of our Pop Fly Pop Shop prints. Every piece is made with purposeful intentionality and thoughtful effort. Daniel is a storyteller, and during every drop, he is able to showcase the player’s journey and important moments from their career. The art prints do not simply focus on the player's image but about the entire path that has led them to the big leagues.