The Art of Sport, has been combining his love of fine art and sports photography, since lockdown started.
he has now amassed a collection of 100 such artworks (at link below), including his latest (above).
Can you name the painting and the sporting moment?
The Art of Sport
Previously: When Sports And Arts Collide
A rather satisfying 70-stage backyard
Rube Goldberg machine by Creezy (two months in the making, but who doesn’t have time on their hands these days?)
Fairview Park, Dublin 3.
Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Knocklyon, Dublin 16
Fianna Fáil party leader Micheál Martin playing basketball in St Colmcille’s Community School as he begins a day of canvassing for General Election 2020 in the Dublin South West constituency.
It’s not a caption competition unless you insist.
A basketball court in Aalst, Belgium painted by artist Katrien Vanderlinden, inspired by the children’s mathematical reasoning game, Logical Blocks.
Prints by illustrator Andrew Archer, combining his love of basketball and Japanese culture.
A compilation of basketball mishaps from Fail Army.
Previously: No Fails Like Snow Fails
Members of the New York production of Stomp percussion theatre join the Harlem Globetrotters on a Greenwich Village court for a celebration of the 90th anniversary of the legendary exhibition basketball team.
According to Stomp London, the video took seven attempts to get right.
A montage of two of the greatest Slam Dunk Contests in NBA history – Michael Jordan vs. Dominique Wilkins in 1988 and this week’s superhuman dunk-off between Zach Lavine and Aaron Gordon in 2016.
Full dunkage here.