Patrick Mahomes and Sports Artist Justyn Farano Collaborate on "Commander N' Chief" Artwork
Limited Edition Artwork Celebrates Patrick Mahomes' 2x Super Bowl MVP Wins and Authenticated by JSA
I hope you're having a great Sunday and like me are getting ready for the start of the free agency this week. Free agency in the NFL will begin immediately when the new league year begins on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at 1 p.m. PT. Teams will be able to speak with free agents two days before free agency begins during the legal tampering period. Before we get all carried with the excitement let’s have a look at some cool sports art.
Justyn Farano is a contemporary sports artist who creates dynamic and colorful artworks that celebrate athletes and their achievements. He is known for his vibrant style and ability to capture the essence of sports moments in his paintings. Farano has created artworks for many high-profile athletes, including Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Michael Jordan, and Tiger Woods.
His works have been featured in galleries and museums around the world, and he has been commissioned to create artworks for major sporting events and organizations. His art has decorated Tom Brady's player suite at Gillette Stadium when he was a Patriot. Here is Farano's collaboration with 2x Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes.
This original painting by Justyn Farano depicts Patrick Mahomes, the star quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs and the face of the NFL. Even in the early stages of his career, Mahomes is smashing records and is on pace to break many more. He is one of only two players in NFL history to throw 50 touchdown passes and 5,000 yards in a single season. Mahomes has earned an NFL Most Valuable Player award, and a 2x Super Bowl MVP award, and has led the Chiefs to the Super Bowl LIV and LVII championships. Grab this Farano masterpiece and score big."
Contact Steven Litwack with Farano Fine Art at 561-400-5558
About Justyn Farano
My parents taught me the values of hard work, dedication, ethics, and family. Growing up I could always be found with a paint brush or baseball glove in my hand. Playing the game of baseball up to the collegiate level as well as developing my artistic technique were my treasured passions.
THE EARLY YEARS:
After I graduated from The University of Tampa in 2002, I expanded my understanding of composition, balance, and spacing in the field of graphic design by establishing my own design firm. However, it did not provide the same level of gratification that I got from painting. After a few years this lead me to the decision to sell that company in order to pursue my dream of becoming a professional artist.
TAKING THE LEAP:
In 2005, I founded Sports Art Illustrated, which is known today as Farano Fine Art. The early years starting out were really tough. I personified the definition of the starving artist. Despite working tirelessly day in and day out, it was a challenging struggle. I frequently thought my art career was coming to an end, but my relentless determination thankfully would not allow that to happen.
Like most entrepreneurs, I wanted to be successful, make a very good living, and, hopefully, one day become famous for my craft. Yet, that isn’t what has motivated me all these years; the fear of failure has actually been the catalyst to my success. Similar to that of an elite athlete obsessed with their craft, I am continuously striving for greatness in mine. Every year I set goals for myself as an artist, brand, business, and individual. Through hard work and resilience, Farano Fine Art has become the elite luxury sports art brand that it is today.
Those humbling early years make me appreciate my success and never allow me to take anything for granted. It’s been an ever-evolving, yet amazing journey, and look forward to what the future holds.
I hope your day is a little bit better with after seeing some art.
Have a great day!