Frequently Asked Questions

Bo knows you might have questions. Read all the FAQ's for the answers.

Q: I'm interested in an ORIGINAL piece of artwork. How do I go about obtaining one?

I have ORIGINAL artwork - Pop-Pops and Canvas Paintings - for sale in my Store. 

Q: And can I commission a custom piece?

Currently, I'm not accepting any new commissions. I'll open up the commission list again. Timing is TBD. 

To my fans and investors, stay tuned for some next level sh*t from me!! 


Q: Can I just buy a print or something like that?

Absolutely! Prints, magnets, paintings and other original pieces can be found here on my site (in the Store). Get your own piece of sports art with a limited edition poster print signed by me. I run these in limited quantities and are a great alternative to an original piece.

Note: Shipping is included for sending anywhere domestically in the U.S. Anywhere else is an additional fee paid for by the customer. 

Q: I like those magnets, how can I get one?

Turn the surface of your fridge into a veritable smorgasbord of sports and culture. Or, use a few to spruce up the office. Magnets come signed and may includes some surprise freebies!!

Note: Shipping is included for sending magnets anywhere domestically in the U.S. Anywhere else is an additional fee paid for by the customer. 

2016 magnets. Here's my Sean Taylor. Actual size is approximately 7" x 4". 

2016 magnets. Here's my Sean Taylor. Actual size is approximately 7" x 4". 

Q: What the heck is your Pop-Pop artwork?

I coined the term “Pop-Pop” in reference to a different style of artwork that I do, which is similar to a wall sculpture (see example of classic wall-sculpture pictured below), but is still mainly a painting.

As for the name itself, it arose from these two factors:  I’m using highly representational imagery that’s pulled from popular culture. This explains the first ‘Pop' in the term, 'Pop-Pop'. Think of Andy Warhol's, Marilyn Monroe art, or his Campell's soup cans. The second ‘Pop’ refers to the 3-dimensionality of the work. It physically POPS off the plane of 2-dimensions.

Pop-Pop pieces are created from premium acrylic paints and varnishes, higher density foam board and some wood, mostly for structural support, so they are extremely light, easy to move and can be touched without fear of damaging the artwork. The lightweight also keeps the cost of shipping down. 

Example of wall sculpture (artist unknown)

Example of wall sculpture (artist unknown)

Q: How does shipping work?

Prices for any orders include shipping*. In MOST cases, I will pay to have UPS package (and ship) the item so it can be insured. On smaller pieces, it's easier for me to package the piece. In all cases, I will remain liable for the handling of the piece until it gets to you. Getting it to you safe is obviously a huge priority. If it arrives damaged, you will be refunded if I cannot fix it. Thankfully, this hasn't happened to date. *Note: This is for shipping artwork domestically only. International packages and shipping to HI and AK will be billed separately.

Custom medium complex Pop-Pop FSU scene

Q: Why is my art a good investment?

In short: Art, novelty goods and specialized services continue to thrive. It’s a safe, yet smart investment. Secondly, sports won't be going away any time soon and what better way to enjoy a custom piece that can also deliver a great return on your investment. If you don’t believe me, read this Wall Street Journal article on investing in sports art. 



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