Signs such as these would have been hung on poles and storefronts and on trains directing fans to the ballpark. Set with wood type, they have an intrinsic quality that endures as an example of what was. Much like Washington Park itself, still standing in part, and acting as a physical connection between the modern city and the Federal League. In fact, both cities, Brooklyn and Chicago, have the last remaining physical connections to Federal League ballparks.
Edition of 50 letterpress prints on grey Curious Particles paper. Each 11x14 print is signed and titled by the artist. Prints are sold unframed.