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Excited to team up with the guys for a Postseason Run!

Posted on October 04, 2016 by George Vlosich


Its been a fun Baseball Season and a fun few months in Cleveland. We teamed up with Andrew Miller the leagues most dominant closer on a new Miller Lights Out shirt. A portion of each will be going to the Strike 3 Foundation for a great cause.

And just last week we teamed up with arguable the Tribe's Most Valuable Player this year, Jose Ramirez on a new Yes Way Jose shirt that has taken off in Cleveland. He was so excited the night we got him his own GV shirt that he went 3-4 with a 2 run homer and 4 RBI's.

Check out both of our new player collaborations as well as our Brand new Playoff launches that were released just as the Champagne popped! 


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RNC In Cleveland and GV is Everywhere!

Posted on July 19, 2016 by George Vlosich

This is a big week for Cleveland and we are proud to be the official apparel vendors for the event. We have locations all over the city and have some special new launches. 

With such a historic election and The RNC here in Cleveland George even created this Etch A Sketch of Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.

George has Etched some of the world’s greatest athletes and celebrities. He has been invited to The White House, spoke at the Kennedy Center and was a part of a Gallery Show called Manifest Hope in 2008 hosted by Shepard Fairey.
Like the Donald himself, this Etch A Sketch is unique and one of a kind and cannot be duplicated by anyone else in the world. It is one continuous line, no secrets just years of perfecting his skills on the Etch. To see how he does it got to the videos section on the website.
Check out our entire USA Collection here. https://gvartwork.com/collections/usa-collection

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Look for GV on ESPN SportsCenter Tonight For Game 6!

Posted on June 16, 2016 by George Vlosich

Tune in tonight before Game 6 of the NBA Finals to watch George and his Etch A Sketches. 

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A Tribute to Muhammad Ali. The Greatest!

Posted on June 06, 2016 by George Vlosich

Thanks to my dad, we grew up huge Muhammad Ali fans. As little kids we knew about him and his amazing personality and throughout the years we have created about a dozen pieces of Artwork showcasing the legend. They were always our favorite to work on. In 1997 thanks to an Etch A Sketch that George created we were fortunate enough to meet Ali. It was difficult for him to speak but his eyes lit up when he saw the Etch. He signed a pair of boxing gloves for us and the Etch A Sketch and even surprised us with some magic tricks. It was a moment we will never forget. 

Here are a few of our pieces of artwork throughout the years including some pieces that we created back when we were in High School. 

Here is a piece below that is still in progress. It's done with acrylic paint on a 4 foot by 6 foot wood board.


Here's George's Original Ali Etch that Muhammad signed and was amazed by. 


George's latest Etch A Sketch below is probably our favorite Etch of all time and just like Ali it is One Of A Kind and completely Original.  From the detailed line work of the Etch we have created some limited edition silk screen prints and even a limited edition run of T shirts. 

 Here is an example of the silk screen prints we created. 

Our new Limited Edition shirts are now available for a very short time. Click on the shirt to order yours before they are gone for good. 


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Gear Up With the Best Opening Day Collection In Cleveland and Save 10% today!

Posted on March 24, 2016 by George Vlosich

We are excited to share our brand new additions to the best Baseball Collection in town! We appreciate the amazing response and all of the great feedback! Order today and gear up for Opening day and save 10% with code "GVOpeningDay10" at checkout. 

Kobe Bryant's Last game in Cleveland.

Posted on February 10, 2016 by George Vlosich

Written by : Greg Vlosich

Ever since I was in middle school in 1997 or 1998 I can remember VHS taping all of the Lakers games. I used to watch them over and over just to study Kobe's moves and try to emulate him in open gym or practice the next day.  Kobe has always been a favorite of ours and over the years my brother George and I have loved to paint and draw him. We have done 10-12 paintings and drawings over the past 20 years staying up late watching the west coast games while drawing on the living room floor. With this being his last game in Cleveland I wanted to share a few pieces of art we have had fun creating over the years. Also, stay tuned for George's newest Etch a Sketch that will feature the Mamba. Let us know what you think and make sure you check out our art section to see the two Kobe pieces we have available. One an Original Matted Print and one from one of my favorite photographs that I have taken. https://gvartwork.com/collections/artwork


This was a photograph I took while I was lucky enough to be sitting court side while taking photos for a basketball magazine. It was an experience I will never forget and one major thing on my bucket list I was able to cross off. 

This is one of my favorite pieces to date and the Original hangs in my office. This print is also available as a matted print on our site as well.


As mentioned, George has begun a brand new Kobe Bryant Etch A Sketch as a tribute. It is not completed for tonights game but we will keep you posted when the piece is finally finished. Here is a sneak peek below. 


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GV's Under Construction Since 1999 shirts taking Cleveland By Storm!

Posted on January 07, 2016 by George Vlosich

We had the idea for this shirt for a while now but were holding out hope and optimism waiting for just the right time to launch it. With yet another disappointing season and another set of firings and cleaning house at the end of the year this was the perfect time. Ever since launching as time expired on another season it has taken Cleveland by storm. We have been printing as fast as possible sending out online orders by the minute. Both this and our Factory of Sadness shirt that was launched in 2011 have become sad but true statements about or team. Both are available online and in our Lakewood and Willoughby locations.

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