20 Tribute Artworks To Say Goodbye To El Pibe De Oro

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Today’s subject is a bit off topic but Maradona’s death is a fact that lovers of the 80s and 90s like us cannot ignore and we, at Indieground, couldn’t miss the chance to tribute such a great sports myth.

The line between genius and madness is very thin. Diego Armando Maradona in 60 years of life has been able to play the part of the rebel like no one ever did, in constant balance between recklessness and magic.
The “Pibe de oro” has always been considered as the GOAT in the football Hall of Fame. There are many moments lived by Diego to remember, from the World Cup won with Argentina to the Italian championships with Napoli, his goals from midfield and his crazy dribbles.

A Tribute to Maradona

More than a player, a real rock star on and off the field. This champion had so many lights and shadows but one thing’s for sure, through thick and thin, he will always be an icon carved in the memory of entire generations. Light blue is the color that accompanied him in his most important victories and as children of the 80s we wanted to pay tribute to him with a series of artworks by graphic artists from all over the world that share with us the passion for this immortal football idol.
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Maradona: passion and dreams of millions

In wrapping up our tribute to El pibe de Oro, it’s clear that his story is one of raw talent, fierce passion, and undeniable complexity. Diego was a phenomenon that transcended the boundaries of sport, embodying the hopes and dreams of millions. His journey was marked by extraordinary highs and undeniable lows, yet through it all, his love for the game shone brightly.

His magic on the field was matched by his charisma off it. He was more than just a sportsman; he was a symbol of resilience and defiance. His ability to bounce back from setbacks, to stand tall in the face of adversity, resonated deeply with fans worldwide. Diego’s life was a rollercoaster, full of twists and turns, but his legacy is not defined by the falls, rather by the times he rose.

As we remember him, we’re reminded of the beauty and drama of football. He brought an artistry to the pitch that few could rival, turning each match into a spectacle. His legacy is not just in the goals he scored or the titles he won but in the joy he brought to those who watched him play.

This story is a reminder that heroes are human, flawed yet magnificent. As we celebrate his life and career, we acknowledge the impact he had on football and culture. His spirit will continue to inspire future generations, serving as a beacon for those who dare to dream big.

Indieground Design

Indieground Design

We are a team of designers, developers & photographers from Italy and we love to create striking graphic resources! Have a look around our website to discover more about what we do and the services we offer!

Indieground Design

Indieground Design

We are a team of designers, developers & photographers from Italy and we love to create striking graphic resources! Have a look around our website to discover more about what we do and the services we offer!

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