You're this close to rehanging your dormroom-chic Blazin' Bob Marley poster, just to cover the naked walls of your shamefully barren pad. Instead, consider classing up your apartment with the iconic sports photography of Richard Corman, who's just launched his shockingly affordable online store.
Over the years, Richie C. has photographed everyone who matters: Lance Armstrong, Ken Griffey Jr., an alarmingly smug Pat Riley, even 1980s punching bag Tony "TNT" Tucker. Right now, he's in discussions with the Yankees to chronicle the club's storied history, from immortally handsome Paul O'Neill, to possibly dead Scott Brosius.
Because Corman recognizes your poverty, he's now offering limited edition archival digital prints of his finest work, handsigned by the man himself for $150 apiece. Among our favorite offerings:
Muhammad Ali, 1998: Underneath his infirmity lies an intensity that will make you wet the bed.
Nancy Kerrigan, 1992: Her phoenix-like rise from Gillooly assault victim to star of Disney's "All Dogs Go To Heaven, on Ice" is an inspiration to us all.
Daryl Strawberry, 1985: Strong. Proud. Not yet visibly drug addicted
John Starks, 1993: How his streaky shooting didn't lead the Knicks to a title is beyond us. Here, his hand looks like it's reaching for your very soul.
Papa Corman isn't offering his entire catalogue through his eBay store, so if you don't find what you're looking for, email him. And just think: with enough sweet talking, R.C. might even let you decorate your crib with the bone-chilling nudes Riley and Starks wish didn't exist.