In August of 2014, the Green Bay Packers froze a moment of time to pay homage to the fan favored Lambeau Leap. This tradition has been enshrined with the unveiling of life-sized bronze sculptures, representing their beloved fans in an open arm embrace. The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt Amrany had the honor of creating the bronze sculptures. The artist team included Oscar León, Jessica LoPresti, Sean Bell, Gary Tillery and Jill Meyerhoff. The Lambeau Leap was invented by Packers player, LeRoy Butler, during a game in 1993. LeRoy Butler in attendance for the unvieling thanks the fans for their tremendous support.
The following photo portrays the metal armatures that were constructed for each of the four figures as well as the wooden frame for the wall:The following photos show the bronze figures during the patina process at Alchemist Foundry: