• One For The Ages

    One For The Ages

    Athlete: Derek Jeter
    This painting by artist Justyn Farano is his third of New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter and is a highlight reel of his top plays, from "the catch" to "the flip."

  • Legacy Lives On

    Legacy Lives On

    Athlete: Thurman Munson
    Thurman Munson has been called one of the greatest catchers of the 1970s. His intense attitude, sharp thinking and leadership earned him the role of New York Yankees team captain. The former American League MVP led the Yankees to two World Championships.

  • Fearless

    Fearless

    Athlete: Yogi Berra
    Iconic New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra was awarded Most Valuable Player three times over his 19-year career, and holds the record for most seasons on a World Series winning team, racking up 10. Ninety percent of Yogi's game was half mental.

  • Number 7

    Number 7

    Athlete: Mickey Mantle
    Mickey Mantle was an iconic baseball player with immense talent, and spent 18 years with the New York Yankees, during which time he swatted 536 homers, won Most Valuable Player three times, and chalked up seven World Series championships.

  • Black N' Blue

    Black N' Blue

    Athlete: Jorge Posada
    Jorge Posada was a solid-hitting catcher for the New York Yankees across a 17-year span, helping them earn six World Series appearances and four championships. Posada knocked 275 homers in his career with a respectable .273 average.

  • Game Over

    Game Over

    Athlete: Mariano Rivera
    Hands down, Mariano Rivera was the best closer in baseball history. Spending his entire 19-year career with the New York Yankees, he helped tally five World Series championships while becoming the MLB all-time saves leader.

  • How We Built This City

    How We Built This City

    Athletes: Jeter, Rivera, Posada & Pettitte
    The 'Core Four' of Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada & Andy Pettitte won four World Series together as a unit, and were the Yankees' heart and soul for 17 years. Enjoy the next 17 years with this painting showcased in your home.

  • Curtain Call

    Curtain Call

    Athlete: Derek Jeter
    Derek Jeter of New York Yankees tips his cap to his fans to bring a close to a Hall of Fame career. The Captain is destined for Cooperstown, so add Artist Justyn Farano's fourth Jeter rendition to your own Wall of Fame.

  • Old School

    Old School

    Athlete: Derek Jeter
    This sepia-style painting of New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter captures legendary moments early in the Captain's career that are quite nostalgic today.

  • New School

    New School

    Athlete: Derek Jeter
    With Artist Justyn Farano's second painting of New York Yankees legend, Derek Jeter, Farano focuses on a more modern feel. He captures the intensity of Jeter at the plate in the Yankees brand new stadium. which opened in 2009. The title "New School" is a play off of Farano's first painting "Old School", which portrayed a vintage auro.

  • Unanimous

    Unanimous

    Athlete: Mariano Rivera
    The ballots are in, and Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees has now been elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame – with 100% of the vote. Now is the time to add the newest Artist Justyn Farano masterpiece to your collection of the Class of 2019 HOF'er and all-time save leader.