MPOTD: Dom Smith and Dave Majo

MPOTD: Dom Smith and Dave Majo

by Darren Meenan November 19, 2017 0 Comments

Another great job by our boy (@davemajo) Dave Majowicz. He whipped up this watercolor piece, and brought it down to a Dom Smith signing yesterday in New Jersey. Take a scroll through the photos.

I can't imagine being on either side of the table. Dave as an incredible talent, or Dom as a player someone cares enough about to paint.

You may know Dave from his work on our banners for The 7 Line Army games. Dave has whipped up well over a dozen that we've flown from NY to San Diego and everywhere in between. Google him.

This isn't the first time Dave has had a piece of his autographed by a player. Granderson, Cespedes, Collins, Matz, Flores, Conforto, d’Arnaud, Wright, Backman, Mookie, Teufel, Valentine, Darling, Goode, Kranepool, and now Smith are all part of his collection. 

Oh yea, and Tim Tifo


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