Last August, Texas football legend Earl Campbell and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society unveiled “The Unstoppable Earl Campbell,” an artwork that was sort of a Looney Toons-UT football mashup to raise money for the society.
Some 2,500 signed lithographs and 500 hand-painted cels were made available at $345 and $1,195 each, respectively. Campbell and his family were motivated in part because son Tyler has the disease. At the time the work was unveiled, Debbie Pope, the society’s executive vice president of marketing and development said, “The title of this piece is ‘The Unstoppable Earl Campbell,’ but it goes beyond that to the entire unstoppable Campbell family.”
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