When a franchise has been around for 100 years like the Green Bay Packers, you could almost fill a stadium with the players who have suited up in the green and gold. Daniel Duffy did it for them. The Philadelphia artist, 38, has produced a large sketch of Lambeau Field, employing a particular brand of artwork that uses words to flesh out the scenery. As the Packers prepare to celebrate their 100th season, Duffy tracked down the names of every Packers player ever and implemented them into the design. Duffy worked with the Packers to track down some of the earliest rosters and found the rest of the names on the web. He then proceeded to sketch, using pencils and colored pens, for somewhere between 150 and 200 hours to bring Lambeau Field to life. The print can be purchased for $49.99 on ArtOfWords.com.