CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - November 29, 2016) - In honor of the LA Kings 50th anniversary, Rotblatt Amrany created a monument to represent the NHL team's innovation and success. Dedicated to all of the team's supporters, including players, fans, employees and partners, the 12-foot tall by 75-foot long monument is to be a reminder of the long-term legacy the LA Kings have demonstrated.
Many LA Kings legends were chosen for the bronze, granite and glass tribute. Players included were Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty, Marcel Dionne, Dave Taylor, Rob Blake, Anze Kopitar and Dustin Brown's iconic lifting of the Stanley Cup. The commemorative monument also includes 13 historic LA Kings moments such as the forming of the Triple Crown Line and both Stanley Cup wins.
"It's been an incredible journey working with the LA Kings organization on this historic monument. We hope that it inspires those with stories from the past, experiences of the present, and visions for the future," said Itamar Amrany, COO and Artist at the Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt Amrany, Timeless Creations, Inc.
The unveiling of the new monument located outside of the Staples Center, came just before the LA Kings game against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday, November 26th.
About The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany:
This Chicago-based group of artists and designers is known for iconic sculpture and design of installations including public parks and urban development. Their expertise spans the domain of figurative bronze monuments to contemporary art installations incorporating steel, glass and granite, as their works will last in perpetuity. They reflect contemporary consciousness and look into the future for experimentation with newfound materials and cutting edge discoveries in science. In the last 25 years in the United States alone, they have completed more than 230 public works of art.