Ballpark Blueprints Launches Line Of Baseball Stadium Blueprints


Animal Blueprint Company Artist Expands Art Collection to Include Legendary Baseball Stadiums

San Juan Capistrano, CA – It doesn’t matter if you are a fan of The House That Ruth Built or bleed Dodger Blue, the newly launched Ballpark Blueprints offers a collection of iconic baseball stadium renderings. 

Artist Robert Redding, is known for his architectural renderings, hand drawn in the original format of blueprints and sketches used by design and construction professionals in the 1950’s.  His first collection, Animal Blueprint Company (, features blueprints of dogs, cats and horses.  Wildly popular amongst the pet-set, Robert wanted to expand his art collection to include his other passion: Baseball. 

The Ballpark Blueprint collection features 30 stadiums, including: Yankee Stadium (1923-2008), AT&T Park, Busch Stadium, Citi Field, Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, Oriole Park and Camden Yards, Progressive Field, Wrigley Field, Ebbets Field, Tiger Stadium (1912- 1999).  Available exclusively at UncommonGoods, the framed prints retail for $185 (Framed: 20" H x 26" W, Print: 12" H x 18.5" W). Printed on museum grade, archival paper, each stadium print is framed in a black poplar wood using acid-free archival board.

For the avid fan that sees their home team stadium as hallowed grounds, Ballpark Blueprints offer baseball fanatics the chance to honor their team at home.   With a bird’s eye view of each stadium, the renderings call out details of the baseball diamond; stadium design specs and a key team statistics. The artwork features a distressed finish to give the look and feel of working blueprints used by architects, engineers and construction supervisors in mid-20th century.

"UncommonGoods has supported my work since the beginning.  I am happy to develop this exclusive collection of Baseball Stadiums for them.” says Robert.  “Many of my life's best memories involve playing and watching baseball.  I love that my passion for the game can be expressed now in my art. ”

Ballpark Blueprints, located in San Juan Capistrano, California, offers a modern take on mid-century inspired architectural renderings of iconic baseball stadiums and is sold exclusively at UncommonGoods.  The artist, Robert Redding, also created Animal Blueprint Company (, animal renderings featuring a variety of animals including, dogs, cats and horses drawn in the original format of blueprints and sketches used by design and construction professionals in the 1950’s.  All art is made in the USA.

UncommonGoods ( is an online marketplace offering creatively designed, high-quality merchandise at affordable prices. At UncommonGoods, we believe that creativity and the expression of individuality represent two great human treasures. We have set out to create a business that makes uncommon goods accessible to everyone. Founded in August 1999, UncommonGoods is privately held and headquartered in New York City.