Philadelphia-area artist Dan Duffy spent some 200 hours to create a print commemorating the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl victory parade.
Duffy, who currently lives in Indiana, Pa., grew up in Lansdale, and has been a Philadelphia sports fan all his life, writes Nick Fierro at McCall.com.
Like most Philly sports fans, Duffy, 37, had never experienced an Eagles championship, their last coming in 1960, 20 years before he was born.
So what Duffy captures is the end of 57 years of deprivation with an art work that also includes the scores of every game in franchise history in chronological order.
The scene is a zoom-in of the art museum area from City Hall with a slightly altered scale to be able to capture more of the sea of humanity in the city that day.
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