Ozzie Smith "Go Crazy, Folks!"
Two Hall of Famers in one: Ozzie Smith's 1985 walk-off in Game 5 of the NLCS, cemented in history by Jack Buck's famous call. It was the shortstop's first ever major league home run from the left side of the plate, and led the Cardinals to Game 6 and eventually to the World Series.
Note: Gallery-wrapped canvas is only available in largest print size.
Original painting is AVAILABLE. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Prints are reproductions of original paintings using a high-quality inkjet printing technique known as "giclee."
Unframed and framed artwork is printed on archival cotton rag paper, which is acid free and will resist fading and discoloration for generations.
All framing is custom made to the exact specifications of each image, with an acid-free white mat, black moulding, and acrylic glazing (glass is prone to breaking when shipped). Most prints are non-traditional sizes and will not fit properly in mats or frames purchased off the shelf, therefore custom framing is necessary.
Canvas prints are referred to as "gallery-wrapped" because the color or image wraps around the sides of the canvas and it is stapled on the back. The canvas is wrapped around 1.5" deep wood stretcher bars and arrives ready to hang.
All orders are printed on demand and shipped directly to the customer. It takes approximately 7 days to produce a print, let it dry completely, and package it securely so it arrives in one piece.
FedEx ground shipping takes approximately 3-7 days, therefore we estimate your order will arrive 14 days after placing it*. There is an option to expedite shipping with USPS Priority Mail, which can take up to 3 days. You will receive a shipping confirmation with tracking number once your order is en route.
*Shipping time is an estimate and unexpected delays can occur due to weather, national holidays, and global pandemics, to name a few.
Please notify us if your order is damaged upon arrival so we can file a claim with the carrier and produce a replacement for you.