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'Goals' DDP's Inspirational Poster

CODE: 10062

$150.00

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Transform the decor of your home or office and put your DDP Yoga pride on display with this incredible, oversized print.

 

The painting, entitled “Goals,” was commissioned by Dallas himself for the DDP Yoga Performance Center. It was created by artist and Team DDP Yoga member, Bryan Durren, and represents the moment hard work pays off in results.

 

We are now offering 20” x 36” giclee prints of the painting, signed and numbered by both Bryan and DDP. The UltraChrome HDR inks are lightfast for up to 200 years, and printed on premium Epson Enhanced Matte paper. It is shipped rolled and ready for framing. Printed in the USA.

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An award-winning illustrator, graphic designer, educator and creative director, Bryan Durren has had a wide-ranging career across a variety of media for numerous national clients. After graduating with honors from the College for Creative Studies with a BFA in Illustration, Durren began his career at MARS Advertising in Southfield, MI. He then worked for three years as an illustrator/designer at the Detroit-area studio, Colorforms. He spent the following nine years in the creative services department for Little Caesar Enterprises, working his way from graphic designer, to senior graphic designer, then creative services manager. 

 

Notable amongst his projects, he was commissioned by the Detroit Tigers to create a commemorative painting that was given to retiring manager, Jim Leyland, during an on-field ceremony in May 2014.

 

He collaborated with Craig Jablonski to illustrate and design the children's books The ABC's of Detroit Tigers Baseball and The ABC's of Detroit Red Wings Hockey. Durren became the creative director for Olympia Entertainment/Detroit Red Wings in 2010, overseeing one of the most historic brands in professional sports. He has been an illustration instructor at the College for Creative Studies since 2002.

 

You can see more of his work at BryanDurren.com

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