There’s only so many miniature bats and steeply priced game tickets you can buy for the baseball-loving family member or friend in your life, so Uncommon Goods’ Ballpark Blueprints are the perfect gift for aficionados of America’s pastime.
The framed illustrations “evoke the nostalgia of midcentury architectural plans” through an aged finish that gives the look of a vintage document. Each print comes complete with the stadium’s design specs and notes particularly interesting game stats. The Portland-made drawings are printed on museum-grade archival paper and framed in black poplar wood using acid-free archival board.
The standard framed size of Ballpark Blueprints is 20″ H x 26″ W, which sells for $158. A large version measuring 25.25″ H x 33.25″ W is also available for $265. Currently, 31 stadiums are available, and more are being added to the collection.
Uncommon Goods, founded in 1999 in New York City, is an online marketplace offering creatively designed, high-quality merchandise at affordable prices.
As ever-competitive New Yorkers, we wonder which is the better seller — Yankees Stadium or Fenway Park?
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