University of Alabama 16x20 Art Piece - Beautifully matted and framed behind glass
This is a beautiful, unique Art Piece inspired by the University of Alabama and is the perfect gift for any true Crimson Tide fan. It is so unique and exclusive that it cannot be found anywhere else.
The distinctive, full color artwork includes over 100 popular phrases, sayings and traditions along with listings of popular events, famous landmarks and other identifiers, to create an incredible lasting tribute to this very special university.
The art piece is beautifully framed behind glass in a large 16x20 black frame with coordinated matting and is a stunning addition to any home or office.
Photographs simply don’t do justice to how truly breathtaking your art piece will be when hanging on the wall of that special Crimson Tide Fan.
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Creatively incorporates all of the following popular traditions and phrases, like:
Roll Tide!, The Capstone, 2015 National Champions, Big Al, Yea Alabama, 16 National Championships, Elephant Stomp, Crimson Chaos, Walk of Fame, Roll Tide Roll!, Rammer Jammer, Yellow Hammer, Drown ‘em Tide, Tapping the Mound, Capstone Creed, The Million Dollar Band, Iron Bowl, Crimsonettes, The Walk of Champions, Fight On Men, Derrick Henry, Tide Pride, A-Day, Dixie’s Football Pride, Bear Bryant, Mark Ingram, Nick Saban, Bama Bound, Houndstooth
…and many others.
Also combines many other identifiers, buildings and landmarks that personify and describe this amazing place, including some phrases that ONLY true fans would know, like:
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Bryant-Denny Stadium, Denny Chimes, The Mound, The Quad, The Strip, City of Champions, Gorgas Library, Paul Bryant Museum, The Ferg, The Round House, Clark Hall, Rec Center, Woods Quad, Malone-Hood Plaza, Engineering Row, Manly Hall, Foster Auditorium, Gorgas-Manly, Lakeside, Tutwiler Hall, Paty Hall, Stalling Center, University Blvd.
…and many more.
This piece includes matting, framing and protective glass.
Note: Since my designs are always evolving with new words frequently added, the image shown may not include recent updates or changes.