The face of high end sports art has a new name and it's called ARMORI STEELE.
Montreal based company offers high-end, rare and expensive sports memorabilia items in a form and fashion that the world has never seen. Bringing a wind of freshness into the world of fine arts and sports memorabilia, ARMORI STEELE (AS) celebrates the marriage between modernism, interior design and sports art.
Co-founder, Andy Chung, mentions that AS' vision is to present sports art, canvases and collectibles in a way that changes the face of a room.
At it's annual 2017 Sports Art Unveiling in Montreal's upscale Patrick Mikhail gallery, the company unveiled the ULTIMATE homage to F1 driver's great, Ayrton Senna.