Great TS images available @ Biddle Gallery

Friend of Old Tiger Stadium Conservancy and noted photographer Dave Krieger has great shots of Tiger Stadium taken in the last year available through the end of the year at Biddle Gallery in Wyandotte. $5 from the sale of each print goes to OTSC. A great holiday gift!

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These photos were shot over the last year as Tiger Stadium was sitting idle. There are 27 different photos available. Each 8″x 6″ distressed photo is mounted on rusty metal. Photos are 75.00 each with 5.00 from each sale donated to the Old Tiger Stadium Conservancy.

Dave Krieger has been a photographer in Detroit, New York, Paris and LA for over twenty years.

He has worked with numerous Advertising and Editorial Clients. He was nominated for a New York Times Magazine story on Thai Kickboxing. He was in the 25th Anniversary Detour Magazine Show at Bulgari. Publications include The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, Marie Claire, ESPN Magazine, Mademoiselle, The Source, Details, Detour, and Hour. Advertising Clients include, Young and Rubicam, Cambell Ewald and Brogan and Partners.

Celebrities include Ozzy Osborne, Andy Warhol, David Lee Roth, Mary J Blige, Tim Meadows, Adrian Lester, The Verve Pipe, Wilco, Roy Jones Jr., Willie Horton, Eminem, Craig Kilborne and Jim Carroll among many others.

See more of his Tiger Stadium shots at his website.

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One response to “Great TS images available @ Biddle Gallery

  1. I am saddened by the news that Tiger Stadium may be demolished in the next few days. Is there anything that can be done. I am aware that the facts have NOT been presented by the press and I think it is shameful the city can get away with this. I hope the new mayor will step up and stop this from happening.
    My mother is the woman who redesigned the Tiger penant in the 40’s. It survived the 60’s world series. In my opinion the best tiger we ever had. It had about 8 colors so when her boss Mr Trench in New York State passed on, within weeks they replaced it for something inferior and cheap with limited color. What a shame we can’t appreciate the older things we have and pass them on as anticipated to our children.
    I am appauled this is happening.
    As someone who has sung at home plate many times with Seaway chorale, I miss Tiger Stadium. If there is still a chance to save, let’s do it.
    My mom is 92 years old and does not have a copy of design. If anyone does, and wants to get rid of it we are interested! THANK YOU!

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