Filed under: Bread City, Art, Basketball, Michael Jordan, Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls | Tags: John Starks, Michael Jordan, 1990s Culture, NBA, Courtside, Jonah Hill
“The evolution of the Hollywood seat began in 2007, when the NBA allowed teams to shrink the size of their scorer’s table to boost the number of revenue-generating seats…
In New York, the Knicks have 145 floor seats priced from $2,850 to $3,600 per seat per game, or between $122,550 and $154,800 for a typical full regular-season schedule at Madison Square Garden. All are sold out and the majority of floor-seat ticket holders are individual ticket holders. Yes, Lee owns his seats.”
– From Sports Business Journal, 5/21/2012
Filed under: Bread City, Basketball, Michael Jordan, Endangered Aesthetics | Tags: Nostalgia, 1990s Aesthetics, Ephemera, Valentine's Day, Outkast
Nothing says love like these deadstock Michael Jordan valentines, whether he’s dunking through the stratosphere or standing in front of a dead tree. Circa early 90s, when cool was king.
Filed under: Bread City, Art, Basketball, Michael Jordan | Tags: Basketball Art, Graphic Design, Basketball Crafts, Siggi Eggertsson
Siggi Eggertsson‘s “Childhood Quilt” is the jam. It was his graduation project for the Iceland Academy of Arts in 2006, and was featured in Athletes, a Barcelona solo exhibition circa 2007. The quilt is based on his childhood memories, and is made out of 10,000 pieces.
I’m feeling the object itself, which is probably the most badass quilt ever. But what I dig even more is the idea that we live in a world where a basketball player in Chicago made a such dominating impression on a little kid 3,000 miles away in a small town on the Northern coast of Iceland. That’s why this is my 4th of July post. GO AMERICAN CULTURE!
Filed under: Bread City, Art, Basketball, Michael Jordan, Collage, Chicago Bulls | Tags: Basketball Art, Art History, 1990s NBA, Masaccio
90s NBA VS. ITALIAN EARLY RENAISSANCE!
expulsion from the garden of eden by Jason Lee/Masaccio
Filed under: Bread City, Basketball, Michael Jordan, New York Knicks, Video, Chicago Bulls, Madison Square Garden | Tags: Basketball History, 1990s NBA, Playoffs
With Chicago leading, 48-39, with 4 minutes 30 seconds left in the first half, Jordan missed an uncontested breakaway dunk slamming the ball hard off the back rim. The crowd roard for more than a minute, and the energy in the building seemed to transfer to the Knicks. New York ended the first half with an 11-3 run, closing to 51-50 after Chicago had built a 13-point first-quarter lead.
– From The New York Times, 5/10/92
I miss the old center court logo.
Filed under: Bread City, Basketball, Michael Jordan, Video | Tags: Basketball History, 1980s NBA, European Basketball, Italy
Summertime ball in Trieste, Italy, land of weak backboards. Before Jordan could beat the Celtics, he still came correct. Notice that he is the only dude on the court without socks up to his knees.
Filed under: Art, Bread City, Michael Jordan, Sports Photography | Tags: 1980s NBA, Basketball Archeology, Basketball Art, Basketball Fans