Kingdom Poster Series | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com

The Kingdom Poster Series is one of the ways we remember each exciting Chiefs season. Select artists will design unique posters that highlight each matchup the Chiefs will face during the season. Each poster is limited-edition and uniquely numbered. 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to local charities that help positively impact the Kansas City community.

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2021-22 SEASON POSTERS

Bengals vs. Chiefs | January 30, 2022

Bengals vs. Chiefs | January 30, 2022

Artist: Chris Sembower | Twitter: ChrisSembower | Instagram: chrissembower

ABOUT THE POSTER

I tried to imagine some of the things that this team will be known for in the years to come, and showcase some of that in an illustration. There is a lot to choose from, and we've seen a lot of complete team football this year. Ultimately I went with highlighting the stadium, awesome quarterback & tight end play, and creative play calling.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

My name is Chris Sembower and I am a designer & illustrator from the Kansas City area. Growing up I enjoyed watching Kansas City sports with my Dad which is where my love of the Chiefs began. I attended KCAI, choosing Graphic Design as my area of focus. After school I made a switch to illustration, and narrowed my focus to the Chiefs. I've been producing KC sports themed artwork for over ten years ever since.

Bills vs. Chiefs | January 23, 2022

Bills vs. Chiefs | January 23, 2022

Artist: Grant Gruenhaupt | Twitter: GrantGruenhaupt | Instagram: grant.gru

ABOUT THE POSTER

Back for round two, Buffalo will once again be making a trip to Kansas City in a high stakes playoff matchup. Based on the playoff slogan "one team, one vision," I chose to paint the moment the team walks out of the tunnel in unison. The painting depicts multiple players, but with each face in the shadows, illustrating that the team is of one mind and one goal once they take the field.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Grant Gruenhaupt is a freelance illustrator and concept artist who is currently based in the Kansas City area. Grant has worked with clients such as Sony Music, the Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, three time pro bowler Cam Newton, Kansas City's KBP Foods, Meshika Hats, and more. His work has been featured on the red carpet at the Met Gala, on Walls around KC and in LA, and in one of KFC's most iconic restaurants. Grant specializes in collaborating with clients to bring ideas, visual identity, and stories to life through great design and illustration.

Steelers vs. Chiefs | January 16, 2022

Steelers vs. Chiefs | January 16, 2022

Artist: Anthony Zych | Twitter: anthonyzych | Instagram: anthonyzych

ABOUT THE POSTER

Anthony drew his inspiration for this poster from comic books and the 8-game winning streak the team went on from Week 8-16. With so many great moments in those games – Butker's game-tying and game-winning field goals, Mahomes' 5TD performance in Vegas, Kelce's game-winning score in LA, and Ward's clutch INT vs. Pittsburgh – a page out of a comic book was a great way to capture these moments in a season-long story.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Anthony's work is inspired by a deep love for visually communicating a story or message. Drawing from influences such as Ralph Steadman, Jim Lee, and Alex Ross, Anthony aims to form a deeper connection between fans and the brands or teams they support. Through personal touches and pop culture references, Anthony hopes to share his passion for sports through the universal language of art.

Steelers vs. Chiefs | December 26, 2021

Steelers vs. Chiefs | December 26, 2021

Artist: Anthony "AO" Oropeza | Twitter: aoart5 | Instagram: aoart5 | Facebook: aoart5

ABOUT THE POSTER

As a kid whose family couldn't afford to go any sporting events but loved the Chiefs (the Royals & Kings) and loved sports art, and now as an adult, and a sports painter for the past 8-9 years, to now be offered this huge opportunity to create something special for our hometown team that in return will help raise money for local KC charities - it is nothing short of amazing.  It is very humbling to be voted in by the many Chiefs Kingdom Twitter fans, then asked to create a piece of work of one of Kansas City Chiefs Hall Of Famers, Christian Okoye. It was also a super honor to be asked something cool by and for a special team & organization that resides in our wonderful hometown of Kansas City. It has been both a pleasure and an honor to create "The Okoye" for the 2021 Kingdom Poster Series. Thank you to Kansas City and Thank You to the Hunt family.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Anthony "AO" Oropeza is a homegrown self-taught Kansas City sports painter and designer (web & graphics) and the Chief Creative Artist/Designer of his AOART5 Studio (AOART5.com) in downtown Overland Park, KS. A KCK native and is a full time Communication Specialist for a local park and recreation organization, AO spends his evenings and weekends creating amazing sports art for art and sport lovers and collectors alike. He also spends many hours donating time and talent raising thousands of dollars by creating live paintings as a Featured Sports Artist for local school and charity fundraisers.

Raiders vs. Chiefs | December 12, 2021

Raiders vs. Chiefs | December 12, 2021

Artist: A. Micah Smith | Twitter: amicahsmith

ABOUT THE POSTER

When I was asked by the Chiefs which player from their storied past I would want to create a poster of, my first answer was Derrick Thomas. Having grown up in Kansas City in the 90s, I knew there may have been stars in KC sports as big as DT, but no one was bigger. He was an unparalleled force and we were lucky to witness his greatness. I'm honored that I got to work on this commemorative print for someone that did so much for Kansas City both on and off the field.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

A. Micah Smith is a Kansas City-based Art Director specializing in branding, campaigns, and illustration. His goal for every project is to make the audience smile. He believes humor & happiness are key to scaling the walls of doubt & distrust and are ultimately essential in bringing people and new ideas together.

Broncos vs. Chiefs | December 5, 2021

Broncos vs. Chiefs | December 5, 2021

Artist: Randy Stolinas | Twitter: RStolinas | Instagram: rambolsg

ABOUT THE POSTER

Everyone knows that if there's one stadium where opposing teams hate to play, it's Arrowhead. Being one of the loudest venues and having the most intense fan bases, Arrowhead provides a serious home field advantage. As the season rolls along and the elements weigh heavy on opposing teams, the Chiefs round into championship form, making it very hard for any visiting team to overcome. Get Loud!

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Randy Stolinas is a graphic designer with over 25 years of experience; the majority of that time spent designing and illustrating graphics for sports licensing apparel. In the past several years, Randy has also been creating poster graphics under the artist name Stolitron that are illustrated, limited edition sports prints for the NBA, NHL, NFL and MLB, while his social action artwork has been chosen multiple times to be used in call to action campaigns. In his free time, Randy creates prints of PA/NY cities and towns, historic sports venues, and musicians for sale in his online store.

Cowboys vs. Chiefs | November 21, 2021

Cowboys vs. Chiefs | November 21, 2021

Artist: Michael Thurman | Twitter: Torch_Creative | Instagram: Torch_Creative

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

I'm honored to have been asked to create a poster for the high-flying Chiefs' offense featuring the talents of Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce. The illustration also pays respect to the United States Armed Forces through the use of camouflage textures and a jet flyover with their smoke trails forming the shape of an arrowhead.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

A graduate of Texas Tech University, Michael Thurman and his creative partner, Brad Bishop, opened the doors to Torch Creative in 2005. Since then, the two have worked closely with such clients as the National Hockey League, the NBA, Minor League Baseball, the Goodyear Cotton Bowl, Ohio State University, Texas A&M, LSU, the Dallas Stars, Michigan State University, Lucasfilm and Disney.

Packers vs. Chiefs | November 7, 2021

Packers vs. Chiefs | November 7, 2021

Artist: Danielle Evans | Twitter: marmaladebleue | Instagram: marmaladebleue

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

Grill Master. Lord of the Wings. Tailgate Kingdom pays homage to the weekly pre-game battle between food cultures. We don't have to be on the same team to sit at the same table, but our side always has the secret sauce.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Danielle Evans is a lettering artist who created Food Typography as a way to connect people and ideas through food and feasting. She has worked with big brands like Disney, Target, Cadillac, Wix, PwC, (Red), and Proctor & Gamble, to name a few. She creates a more conscious and delicious world through multimedia, stop motion, and photo illustration.

Giants vs. Chiefs | November 1, 2021

Giants vs. Chiefs | November 1, 2021

Artist: Anthony Zych | Twitter: anthonyzych | Instagram: anthonyzych

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

Based in Brooklyn, NY, Anthony Zych is a multidisciplined creative specializing in art direction, illustration, and graphic design that inspires brand and fan engagement. With a decade of experience, Anthony has been working independently with a multitude of clients and events in the professional sports and entertainment industries. When not designing, Anthony enjoys watching reruns of The Office, cooking with his girlfriend, and playing with his dog, Flip.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Anthony's work is inspired by a deep love for visually communicating a story or message. Drawing from influences such as Ralph Steadman, Jim Lee, and Alex Ross, Anthony aims to form a deeper connection between fans and the brands or teams they support. Through personal touches and pop culture references, Anthony hopes to share his passion for sports through the universal language of art.

Bills vs. Chiefs | October 10, 2021

Bills vs. Chiefs | October 10, 2021

Artist: Grant Gruenhaupt | Twitter: GrantGruenhaupt | Instagram: grant.gru

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

One of the most anticipated home games of the 2021 season comes as a heated AFC Championship rematch in week five under the bright lights of Sunday Night Football. During initial conversations and concept sketches, it became impossible to ignore the arm talent that this game features. I ultimately chose to illustrate Mahomes zipping the ball down the sideline from a top-down shot. I chose this angle to bring a strong focus to the power and energy that comes from a spiral thrown by one of the most talented quarterbacks to play the game. Flowing off of the movement of the ball, I painted key players along with our future Hall of Fame coach Andy Reid. Look closely and you should find some of Andy's favorite trick play calls!

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Grant Gruenhaupt is a freelance illustrator and concept artist who is currently based in the Kansas City area. Grant has worked with clients such as Sony Music, the Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, three time pro bowler Cam Newton, Kansas City's KBP Foods, Meshika Hats, and more. His work has been featured on the red carpet at the Met Gala, on Walls around KC and in LA, and in one of KFC's most iconic restaurants. Grant specializes in collaborating with clients to bring ideas, visual identity, and stories to life through great design and illustration.

Chargers vs. Chiefs | September 26, 2021

Chargers vs. Chiefs | September 26, 2021

Artist: Charlie Podrebarac | Twitter: cowtowncharlie

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

As a life-long Chiefs fan (Hello, Huddle Club!), I was stoked to provide the art for the Chiefs/Chargers gameday Kingdom Poster Series. Having personally dabbled in the BBQ arts, I thought a snapshot of the "Tailgate Kingdom" would be of interest to the many fans who have experienced this unique KC happening.Tailgating provides for a great pregame warm-up and sustenance to energize and fuel the NFL's loudest fans cheering the Chiefs onto a victory inside GEHA/Arrowhead stadium. This painting is chock-full of gameday antics (grilling, barbecuing, football toss, flyover…etc) with the KC skyline as a backdrop. Visual puns are strewn about the poster and it is my hope that you get a laugh and enjoy my version of this special Kansas City tradition.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Charlie Podrebarac's cartoons have appeared in newspapers around the world as well as magazines such as Business Law Today, Nickelodeon, The New York Times Book Review, Kansas Alumni Magazine, and Veterinary Medicine. In addition, he's produced thousands of greeting cards, calendars, and promotions for companies such as Hallmark, American Greetings, Paramount, Current, the Kansas City Chiefs, Black & Veatch, Polsinelli, Boulevard Beer, WireCo WorldGroup, the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, The Kansas City Chiefs, Sporting KC, MCA and the City Market. He has also created advertising art for clients including Sprint, MasterCard, Book of the Month Club, Westar, Kansas City International Airport, the Las Vegas International Airport, MetLife, SkiBikeFun, and MaggieMoo's Ice Cream Treateries. In 2013, Charlie was chosen to produce a mural for the Kansas City Chiefs' Arts Program which is displayed at Arrowhead Stadium. Since 1984, he has written and drawn his single-panel cartoon, Cowtown, (also on GoComics.com with his classic Fat Cats strip) and since 2015, OurTown for The Independent Magazine. In addition, you may have met him at the Plaza Art Fair, St. Louis Art Fair, or The Prairie Village Art Fair, where he has exhibited his original watercolors and acrylic paintings.

Browns vs. Chiefs | September 12, 2021

Browns vs. Chiefs | September 12, 2021

Artist: Caitlyn Snelling | Twitter: @ArtbyCaitlyn | Instagram: @caitlynsnellingart | Facebook: @artbycaitlynsnelling

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

I was honored to be chosen to draw the home opener poster for this year's Kingdom Poster Series, and I really wanted to make it feel like one of the vintage Chiefs Media Guides from the 70s and 80s. Knowing I was creating a piece for the Chiefs Home Opener against the Browns, I had to draw the great Marty Schottenheimer as a tribute to an amazing coach and his time with both teams. I worked hard to get all the details in there, from Marty's red windbreaker to the reflection in his sunglasses of the two teams battling it out on the field with the hopes this poster would remind everyone that "This is a game of the heart."

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Caitlyn Snelling is an artist based out of Kansas City, Kansas. She is known for the hyper-realistic, colored pencil portraits that she creates from her home studio. Snelling has illustrated two children's books and provided artwork to several professional athletes and coaches including Dan Sorensen, Chris Carson, and Bruce Arians. When she isn't drawing, Snelling enjoys watching football with her husband and spending time with her 6 children.

PAST POSTERS | 2019-20 SEASON

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Ravens vs. Chiefs | September 22, 2019

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Colts vs. Chiefs | October 6, 2019

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Texans vs. Chiefs | October 13, 2019

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Packers vs. Chiefs | October 27, 2019

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Vikings vs. Chiefs | November 3, 2019

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Raiders vs. Chiefs | December 1, 2019

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Broncos vs. Chiefs | December 15, 2019

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Chargers vs. Chiefs | December 29, 2019

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Texans vs. Chiefs | January 12, 2020

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Titans vs. Chiefs | January 19, 2020

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Super Bowl LIV | 49ers vs. Chiefs | February 2, 2020

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Super Bowl LIV | 49ers vs. Chiefs | February 2, 2020