Men's Singles Final 2008 PrintAccept & Proceed
'Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final 2008 - Rafael Nadal vs Roger Federer' screen print by Accept & Proceed.
Measures 59.4cm x 84cm, A1.
Screen printed onto 240gsm graphite Plike paper.
Edition of 75.
The longest Men’s Singles Final in Wimbledon’s history.
This artwork reminds us of the power and speed of that match. Taking our starting point from axonometric shapes of the tennis court, this complex artwork breaks the match down into a series of statistics.
The percentage of successful first serves is shown on the first graph with Nadal winning 66% of first serve points but being eclipsed by Federer with 73%. Aces served and average serve speeds are also depicted, whilst the final graph Nadal finished with 209 points to Federer’s 205.
Established in 2006, Accept & Proceed is a Design and Art Direction facility providing, print and interactive design for a wide range of sectors including the Music, Fashion and Advertising Industries. Based in the East, End of London, they are a close-knit team of creatives. Current clients include Nike, Fila, CMC, SoDa, Loop Digital Culture Festival, Super Super magazine, Mixmag and Comme des Garçons, to name but a few.