May 12, 2020
The morning after the Washington Nationals clinched their first World Series title in franchise history, Philadelphia artist Dan Duffy began work on a piece to commemorate the occasion. Twelve days later, Duffy shared the result of his roughly 100 hours of meticulous labor.
From a distance, the print looks like a standard ink and pencil drawing of Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, arms raised in celebration — and perhaps some disbelief — after Washington closer Daniel Hudson recorded the final out in Game 7. A closer look reveals the piece, which is called a calligram, features the dates, opponents and scores of all 179 Nationals games from this championship season, including the playoffs.Read More
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