Minimalist poster of Citi Field and other MLB parks

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London-based illustrator Marcus Reed created beautiful posters of each Major League Baseball stadium in a minimalist style for Rare Ink >> See more.




8 comments
Rob Martin
Rob Martin

That looks like hell. Too plain looking

Eric Gugick
Eric Gugick

The ones from S. Preston Art + Design are way better. They have a Shea one as well.

Marc Nash
Marc Nash

As a designer I feel the need to point out minimalist design is most effective when it highlights the most identifiable characteristics of a subject. According to this image the biggest takeaway from Citi Field is the overwhelming (and unbearable) amount of advertisements surrounding the video displays

Anthony Fiore
Anthony Fiore

Is minimalist what they call it when there is no people in the stands?  In that case, we have had a minimalist crowd since 2006.

Doug Cioffi
Doug Cioffi

I like it, not covered with those annoying advertisements.

Macacawitz
Macacawitz

As art, it's hideous and unsettling.  Orange is a color fast food restaurants use to generate subconscious feelings of dis-ease, so you'll eat and leave quickly.  The shade of blue is wrong and makes the orange less appealing.  The battleship gray makes the experience empty, like the place is the remnant of a nuclear holocaust. The ambush marketing Pepsi logo at the right is just wrong.  If I owned the Mets, I'd sue.

oddmanrush
oddmanrush

@Marc Nash To me, the biggest takeaway is the overwhelming accuracy in which the ballpark is represented by the empty seats.