This Vince Carter print is part of my NBA Pixel Stretch series which focuses on some of the most Iconic NBA moments, according to me. What Carter did at Oakland Arena 20 years ago was not only his most impressive feat in a year in which he also hurdled a 7-footer en route to a gold medal, but also the crowning achievement of his career. And that’s saying something. Carter isn’t merely a former dunk contest champ, he’s an eight-time All-Star who’s 19th on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. The 2000 slam dunk contest will be referenced when he is inevitably enshrined in Springfield, Massachusetts, and it was the first moment of pride for the Raptors, just a few years removed from expansion-team purgatory. Carter’s performance isn’t simply part of his own hagiography, it’s NBA history. It was a boon for the league, a moment not just on par with Jordan and Dominique Wilkins’s legendary duel or 5-foot-7 Spud Webb defeating teammate Dominique Wilkins, but perhaps something greater. This poster is dedicated to his performance in the 2000 NBA slam dunk contest.
||Lustre Photo Art Print
All of my prints are designed with you in mind. Each of the sizes of my prints fit in the most common frame sizes so you shouldn't have any trouble finding a frame that suits your chosen sized print. If you're looking for framesI would recommend IKEA if you have one in your country.
About the Print
Your artwork is printed on an economical lustre poster paper with a high white satin finish and smooth microporous coating for accurate photo reproduction. All images are soft proofed before they are sent to print to ensure the best & most accurate colour reproduction possible. So, what you see is what you get.
I'm also really proud to use printers that have the following eco credentials:
- FSC approved or sustainably sourced paper
- Printed using water based inks
- Local fulfilment reduces carbon emissions
- Contains no plastic