On January 1, 2010, The Ohio State Buckeyes beat the Oregon Ducks at “The Granddaddy of Them All”, the Rose Bowl. was ready for the game with photographer Brian Hendricks on board to make the trip to California in hopes to capture  a photograph worthy of producing a poster. contacted the Digital Dept. a week or so prior to the game to make sure they got into the schedule for all of the design work that goes into a poster of this caliber. The Digital Dept. was ready for the task at hand.

When Hendricks returned from the game, he had over 1500 photos to choose from! Sally and Larry over at worked with Hendricks to narrow the field down to a few dozen photographs and then ultimately down to two. But which one to choose? had us start working on the initial drafts of what was thought to be their final choice but it was clear early on that they would have to produce two posters. Yes two!
A few days later, and many hours of editing, revisions and proofs and we have two of the finest Ohio State Rose Bowl posters around! Click to see both of these new Rose Bowl posters. is family owned and began as a custom framing business some 25 years ago. Being in Buckeye Country, they created the website in 2003, after Ohio State won the 2002 National Football Championship as demand for OSU prints grew. Shipping nationwide allowed displaced Buckeye fans around the country an outlet to purchase prints they couldn’t find in their hometowns. Inquiries started coming in from fans of other colleges looking for similar prints of their schools. They soon added other colleges, pro sports, golf and NASCAR. Could you tell they LOVE sports! is licensed with The Ohio State University and have published to date 10 exclusive Ohio State posters.

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We have several licensed Ohio State posters and a Columbus poster that we sell wholesale to local retail stores. We’ve been looking for a way for these stores to sell them rolled loose, not in a frame or flat like we have done previously.  We were recently asked again about this from, the online framed sports prints site.  After brainstorming for a bit, we came up with this solution-

Each display holds approximately 70 posters yet only takes up one square foot of retail space. If you’re in retail, you know how important this is!  To get one if these displays in your store, please contact

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The Digital Dept. is pleased to announce the licensing of three new Ohio State posters. Licensed in conjunction with, these posters were designed and printed by Digital Department owner Jeff Brown. Posters are $15.00 wholesale. To purchase please call 614-306-4880. They will be available for purchase mid-late September.