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Old 04-19-2017, 07:20 AM
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Finished with this commissioned Cracker Jack Ty Cobb.....the background/border was made from cut 2004 Topps CJ's.

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Old 05-12-2017, 09:54 AM
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"Charles Conlon"; 40"x 30"; Cut early 90's Sporting News Conlon cards; SOLD.

How about a little love for the photographer himself? After using those Conlon cards for the Jackie Bond Bread piece, I knew I had to get this done.

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Tim,

Have you reached out to players and shown them the art work you have done?

It's very impressive, and I would think they would believe the same.
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Incredible work Tim! This is museum quality material.
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Tim,

Have you reached out to players and shown them the art work you have done?

It's very impressive, and I would think they would believe the same.
Thank you! I've been fortunate enough to be put in situations where my work has been given to former players, commissioned by former players, and through my work with Upper Deck, has been signed by some of the big guys in the modern sports world (Gretzky, Lebron, Griffey). Here are a few of my encounters...

Omar and his commission:



Andre Dawson stopped at the UD booth during the Fall Expo in Toronto. We talked for a couple days, and then afterwards by phone and email. He commissioned this one:





Lanny McDonald signing a piece of himself:



Gretzky's signed piece:



Joe Torre with his gift from his friends in the MLB Commissioner's Office:



Coach Gary Gilmore with his piece long before winning the 2016 College World Series:



Miguel Cabrera (this was done for the Tiger Foundation/Miguel Cabrera Foundation):



Minor League Baseball's all-time HR king, Mike Hessman. This was commissioned by his family as a retirement gift:

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Incredible work Tim! This is museum quality material.
Thank you, Jay! Always appreciate your kind words!

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That's great to see your work has been recognized and adored by the players!

You definitely have some talent!

Thanks for sharing.
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This stuff is just so far beyond the pale amazing. My god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Standing ovation follows.)
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These are unreal. They are more impressive to view than the actual iconic cards themselves...

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Wow, thanks for the compliments!

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