Gifts For Dad: Art From Oliver Gal

June 9, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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A few weeks ago I did a whole week looking at the great artwork available from Oliver Gal, I went back and looked at more works and saw several I think would be great as gifts for Dad. I think their Blueprint collection is so fun, they take so many commonplace items as well as items we all hold near and dear and create a look for them in blueprint form. You can find a blueprint for most sports, toys as well as movie characters (think Star Wars or Back To The Future). I’m also sharing some fun celebrity art that Oliver Gal offers and Pop Art, take a look at the samples I’m sharing with you today and visit the Oliver Gal website and order something special for Dad. Enjoy!!!

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There’s a Warhol Style AtAt for the Star Wars fan. 

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There’s also a Tardis on canvas for Dr. WHO fans. 

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Maybe you need a portrait of Ali for the GREATEST dad. 

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If dad is an Elvis fan than King Blues may be the perfect gift for him. 

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Maybe Steve McQueen’s Driver License is more dad’s speed. 

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James Dean is always a great choice.

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Maybe Uncle Sam or Napoleon fit in better for your Dad. 

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If golf is Dad’s game then he’ll appreciate these blueprints of Golf Club and Golf Tee may be just what he needs. 

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If Dad is a biker kind of guy, here’s a look at a 1928 Harley Davidson blueprint.

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There are blueprints for all kinds of hobbies from this 1937 fishing reel blueprint and one from 1928 for a baseball

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This 1955 blueprint of a Gibson Les Paul Guitar is perfect for the Dad born to rock. 

Check us out every day for a look at the latest from the world of design and more ideas for gifts for Dad, have a great Thursday.

Words are my own.
Images are courtesy of
Oliver Gal.com

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