All the pictures are 8x10s, the nameplate will be an aluminum plaque, probably with more inscribed on it. Also along the bottom are two Oilers pucks. I don't have these yet, but it's pretty easy to get various autographed pucks. I might also go with an autographed goalie stick across the bottom instead of the pucks. Overall dimensions will be around 40in long and 15in high.
Here's the basic idea; Dubnyk was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers a year or two ago, and shows alot of potential as a NHL goalie. So I wanted to create sort of an "evolution of an NHL goaltender" to hang up on my wall.
The first pic is of him when he played in the WHL, an elite hockey league in western canada (NHL is the top, AHL is next, then WHL and other similar leagues around North America). In this first pic he is still wearing all of his WHL equipment.
The second picture is from the Edmonton Oilers summer camp, where everyone basically fights for a job for the year (the Oilers already have 2 good goalies though). He still has all of his WHL equipment on, but now has the NHL jersey.
The third pic is from a preseason NHL game in Edmonton. Now he is playing in new equipment and an Oilers jersey, but still has the WHL mask on.
I don't have the 4th pic right now, as Dubnyk isn't a full fledged Edmonton Oiler yet. The plan is, however, to get a picture of him all decked out in new equipment, an Oilers jersey and a new Oilers mask. It will be easy to get a pic like this, as long as he doesn't get traded before he makes the team.
I'm not sure how much it will cost to get it framed nice like this, but the pictures are pretty cheap (~$10 each) and it's fairly easy to obtain signatures. Could be worth some serious $$ if he does end up being a top NHL goalie.