Bulls fan creates special artwork for the team’s stars

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SHARE Bulls fan creates special artwork for the team’s stars

This year’s Bulls team isn’t the easiest to watch. Each time a star player gets hurt or misses a game, finding reasons to stay positive becomes a little harder.

For those fans who just can’t tolerate watching their favorite team fall apart, but want to celebrate Bulls players at there best, there is an outlet. One fan created player artwork, re-imagining some of the players in different situations.

Some of the players are now ex-Bulls. But all hold a special place, at least for a moment in Bulls history. The way the team is looking lately, history is just about all fans can enjoy.

The artist, Jennifer Hynds, says on her website that she grew up outside of Chicago and was a volleyball player at the University of Illinois. Now married with a child, she has returned to her love of art and combined it with her love of basketball.

In addition to the Bulls, she has artistic renderings from the Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat and various other images and legends of the game.

Chicago Bulls art

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