Artist John Henry Gloyne perfectly captures the famous fight between Julius Erving and Larry Bird in 1984.
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Artist Davide Barco from Milano, Italy created this Julius Erving piece that was inspired by the documentary “The Doctor”.
Graphic artist Ron Choe from Los Angeles, CA, created this classic sports icon series based around the philosophy: legends never die for Expedition-One skateboards.
Throughout the 80’s a total of four different teams brought home the Larry O’Brien trophy.
From Caroline Blanchet’s ‘Franchise Legend’ collection it’s Julius Erving. Maybe Magic Johnson said it best. “When greatness meets class, that’s what God created in Dr. J.”. Even before Erving played a single game in the NBA, he was considered a […]
I completely missed the Julius Erving aka Dr.J documentary yesterday, but judging by all the promos and this this clip of the Doctor dunking at 63 years old. I’m making it my mission to see it before all the Game […]
Up until the release of this Julius Erving commercial that shows Dr.J slamming on Michael Cooper, before he presumably slams down a glass of Crown Royal. I already thought “The Doctor” was smooth. Now, I think he’s even smoother than […]
Based upon these three ridiculous questions Jimmy Kimmel asked Julius Erving. I would be willing to pay a pretty penny to see the questions that didn’t make the cut.
Some nice pieces of Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Julius Erving from Dustin Watson.
Leon Bedore aka Tes One captures Julius Erving in this vibrant graffiti style portrait of the ‘70s basketball icon, 3-time MVP and the man known as Dr. J. Available in limited edition fine art prints and stretched canvases.
Artist Grzegorz Domaradzki also known as Gabz, captures Julius Erving also known as Dr.J in this amazingly realistic portrait. OMG is right good sir.
One of the realist digital renderings of Julius Erving aka Dr.J that you’ll ever see by artist Matthew Campbell from Flower Mound, Texas.
Julius Erving aka Dr.J by Dustin Watson.
NBA 2K12 Legends Showcase in the digital streets of New York City??? Yes please.