Nothing goes together better than art and basketball. So today, we thought we’d share some of the most awesome WNBA posters and women’s basketball art we’ve discovered. Some of these are artworks by independent artists and not available for purchase. But others are easily purchasable — and some even come signed. We hope your eyes enjoy this hooper feast! Now’s a great time to get a poster of your favorite queen hooper beast.
Discover some of the best WNBA posters and art prints
From gorgeous watercolor designs to incredible photo collages, check out some of the coolest WNBA posters. These all would be great basketball gifts for hoopers.
Sports graphic designer Caroline Blanchett, based in France, created these stunning WNBA posters as part of a personal project. She is a designer who has a love for creativity and enjoys experimenting with various techniques. And uses Photoshop, Illustrator Draw, and Fresco to bring her beautiful images to life. Her posters feature iconic players: Washington Mystics’ Elena Delle Donne, Los Angeles Sparks’ Lisa Leslie, Minnesota Lynx’s Maya Moore, and Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird. You can even get an autographed copy of the Sue Bird poster here. And there’s a similar style poster of Candace Parker available here.
Bay Area Photographer Meredith Minkow who’s shot for Flagrant Magazine has captured hooper stars from A’ja Wilson to Layshia Clarendon and Steph Curry. She’s also shot some of the most beautiful baskets from around the US. We’ve selected a few of our favorites below. Prints of some of her photos are available on her website under “Prints for Sale” in sizes from 8×10 to 16×20.
Dallas photographer Sean Berry capture an awesome series of photos of the Dallas Wings’ Arike Ogunbowale on behalf of Red Bull. The color ways and lighting in the photos are really beautiful and Arike shines! He grew up in a family of artists and was obsessed with sports, so he combined the two. Today he’s worked with the NBA, MLB, and more. If you’re looking for an Arike print to purchase, here’s an 18×24 poster of Arike bringing the ball up the court in her Dallas Wings jersey.
Kayla Bush is a graphic designer and a student manager for the University of North Carolina – Wilmington’s Women’s Basketball program. She wants to go into a coaching career after college, and creates graphics as a hobby. She’s created a stunning series of posters for some incredible players in the league, from Chelsea Gray to Diamond DeShields. We love how she’s grounded the players in their sense of place. While these prints aren’t for sale, she does offer the option of creating custom poster work.
These images are social media artwork created for the WNBA during the 2017 season, by Addison Foote a digital artist for the NBA and NBC. We love how wild the Lynx one is, and the retro but bright feel on the Allisha Gray one makes our superstar look like the superhero she is. Jonquel Jones also gets her due with a Connecticut Sun(ny) background. It would be super cool if the WNBA would make some of their social artwork accessible for printing!
Graphic designer Brit Sigh enjoys illustrating movie art and icons from pop culture and sports. And she is really passionate about making art for change, to protest, and to shine a light on social issues. She created this beautiful basketball card Illustration of Satou Sabally of the WNBA’s Dallas Wings: it was drawn with Adobe Fresco.
Sabrina Ionescu became the fastest player to record a triple-double (26 points, 12 assists, 10 rebounds) in WNBA history in just her sixth career game as a professional on May 18, 2021 which was the first triple-double in New York Liberty history and the tenth all-time in league history. This Sabrina Ionescu poster features the star guard in her New York Liberty gear. It’s available in multiple sizes from 11×17 to 24×36.
Artist Henry Russell created this cool image of the Las Vegas Aces A’ja Wilson. While it’s not for sale, he is available for freelance work. There is also a cool photo poster of A’ja Wilson driving to the basket here (available in 18×24).
Based in the United Kingdom, graphic designer Chloe Hinett created a gorgeous series of posters featuring WNBA players from Natasha Cloud to Courtney Vandersloot. The central photos she selected of each player are really dynamic, and she’s incorporated their team colors in a fun way.
If you’re a Natasha Cloud fan – and who wouldn’t be of the 2019 WNBA champion and the No. 15 Washington Mystics pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft – check out the printed 18×24 poster of her available here.
10. Chicago Sky by WalkerTKL
We love this design featuring the Chicago Sky 2021 champs. In fact, we love this one so much we actually have a pair of shorts dropping in March featuring parts of it, created by the talented WalkerTKL. In the meantime, get this awesome print in WalkerTKL’s shop.
Jonathon Louie has designed a ton of stunning posters for the WNBA and NWSL. One of our favorites is the WNBA one below he made for Just Women’s Sports. Today he is a graphic designer for Athletes Unlimited.
As of 2021, Sue Bird is the only WNBA player to win titles in three different decades. This Sue Bird Autographed and inscribed “4x WNBA Champ” 8×10 photo has a cool color contrast. It’s also authenticated. If you want to show off Sue, SLAM Magazine also has Fathead posters of some of their covers, and Sue Bird is among them.
Chris Wozniak has a cool collection of selected article graphics from the 2021 WNBA season that’s worth exploring. It’s part of his coverage for Winsidr that spanned over 150 pieces across the pre-season period, regular season and playoffs. This image of Natisha is brilliant and timeless.
This fun poster is 16×20 and features both Seattle Storm champions Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird. Both of the them have autographed and inscribed it.
In 2021 the WNBA announced that Diana Taurasi was voted as the Greatest Of All Time by the league’s fans in the culmination of the WNBA’s 25th anniversary season celebration. The Phoenix Mercury guard autographed and inscribed this 8×10 photo poster with the words “WNBA all time leading scorer.” It’s available for purchase here.
In 2018, Skylar Diggins-Smith was an All Star, was all-WNBA second team, led the league in minutes per game, ranked in the top-10 for points and assists per game, and … she was pregnant the whole time. This is a beautiful 16×20 print featuring dynamic guard Skylar Diggins-Smith of the Phoenix Mercury. And it’s autographed by her!
This is a fun poster featuring forward Nneka Ogwumike of the Los Angeles Sparks. Nneka was named the 2016 WNBA Most Valuable Player presented by Samsung. That season, she set not only set a league record for most consecutive field-goals with 23, she also set a record by making all 12 of her field-goal attempts in a literally perfect June game against the Dallas Wings, which ended with her going 19 for 19 including free throws. This image is available in either 8×10 or 16×20.
In 2021, two of the WNBA’s greats swapped jerseys following a thrilling Phoenix Mercury win over the Seattle Storm in Seattle. After conducting their on-court post-game press conference together — where Diana Taurasi urged the crowd to chant “one more year” at Sue Bird — the WNBA legends hugged, peeled off their uniforms, then posed while holding each other’s jerseys reported Insider. This iconic moment is available in 8×10 and 16×20.
This 8×10 photo features star and WNBA MVP, 2x WNBA Champion and 2X Gold Medalist Breanna Stewart in her yellow Seattle Storm jersey. And it’s autographed by the champion herself.
This is a fun WNBA champions poster featuring Kahleah Copper, Courtney Vandersloot, Allie Quigley, and Candace Parker. It’s created by Etsy artist Great Dane, who’s a WNBA and NBA fan. And it’s available in three sizes up to 18×24.
This black and red print features the Washington Mystics’ star forward and WNBA champion Elena Delle Donne. Choose between a stylish 11×14 overall or the larger 16×20 overall matted print that is ready to be framed. The image is printed on quality matte paper with black or white mat and heavy backing.
22. Maya Moore print
This cool print features 4x WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore. You can choose between a 13×19 Semi-gloss surface and a 13×19 Matte Textured surface on Etsy.
This fun poster features the now retired Detroit Shock. Debuting in 1998, the Shock were one of the league’s first expansion franchises. They also made WNBA history as the first WNBA expansion franchise to win a WNBA Championship – winning the championship in 2003, 2006, and 2008. This poster measures 17.5” x 12” and has a little bit of wear.
After becoming the number-seven pick in the 1997 inaugural WNBA draft, icon Lisa Leslie went on to become a three-time WNBA MVP and a four-time Olympic gold medal winner. This Lisa poster is 18×24 on premium glossy paper and comes with a .5″ white border around print.
This poster is designed by artist Rayah Naji, and is available in either rainbow or pink color ways. In the 2013 WNBA Draft, the Phoenix Mercury selected Brittney Griner as the first overall pick. “She’s the most dominant player in our league,” Sue Bird said of Griner in a recent interview with Just Women’s Sports. “You can argue MVPs and you can argue GOATs and Best Ever and all that kind of stuff. She is by far the most dominant player.”
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The only art type product the WNBA shop has listed currently is a 25th anniversary banner flag. Figured we’d mention it in case that’s your cup of tea, because it does support the league.
Anyhow, now’s the perfect time to deck the halls and walls with your favorite WNBA posters! As an Etsy and CollectibleXchange affiliate, and Amazon Associate, we will earn a little money towards funding our site if you purchase some of the art above. Thank you so much. Up next, explore the best WNBA gifts guide.