The funds raised with this Artist Series bat stay in Oklahoma, to assist in the effort to maintain and preserve Mose YellowHorse Memorial Field in Pawnee. YellowHorse was the first full-blood Native American to play in the MLB and is featured on two of the bats. This project also serves as a thank you to Echo-Hawk, who calls Pawnee home.
Bunky Echo-Hawk is an internationally known visual artist whose work is featured in gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the U.S. and overseas. Widely collected, his paintings are held in numerous private, public, corporate, non-profit and Tribal collections. He has worked with Nike, serving as the Design Consultant for the Nike N7 line since 2011, and recently partnered with Pendleton Woolen Mills to create a blanket for the American Indian College Fund. Through his art and strategic partnerships, he has aided in raising millions of dollars for Indian Country.