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I can attest that as great as the images of these works look online, they don't compare to the real thing. The one I have seen is just stunning in person. If you were considering commissioning one, you definitely should.
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T206 Mathewson portrait complete. 16" x 29".

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Amazeballs.

One of my favorite quotes about the Grateful Dead (from Bill Graham, if I remember) applies here:

"They're not the best at what they do, they're the only ones who do what they do."

You've gotten so much better over the years, it's frankly frightening.

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Amazeballs.

One of my favorite quotes about the Grateful Dead (from Bill Graham, if I remember) applies here:

"They're not the best at what they do, they're the only ones who do what they do."

You've gotten so much better over the years, it's frankly frightening.
I appreciate your work so much and the level you are at.....so naturally your compliments mean a ton to me, Graig. Thank you, my friend.
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I love me some art! + baseball = Incredible Cards

Hat is off to you I LOVE Your Work !! never saw this before.

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Those really are great looking, Tim!!
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Hat is off to you I LOVE Your Work !! never saw this before.

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As great as these images look online, they don't compare to seeing the real thing where you can really appreciate the detailed work involved and just how close Tim gets to the original.
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Tims work is incredible both for its quality and its creativity. These are museum quality pieces and Im sure that in the future Tims pieces will be displayed at Cooperstown.
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Tims work is incredible both for its quality and its creativity. These are museum quality pieces and Im sure that in the future Tims pieces will be displayed at Cooperstown.
Mercy....you gentlemen know how to make a fella blush. It is an honor to have pieces in your collections, and I appreciate your words of support and encouragement!
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I have to say it again...and again...and again. You GOTTA start making prints available. I know your M.O. is to have each piece be a truly unique work of art for the eventual owner, and I respect that, but if you start producing prints for the rest of us, the original pieces will still absolutely be one of ones. There are plenty of photos of "The Creation of Adam" adorning people's walls, but to see the original you still have to crook your neck to look up at the Sistine Chapel's ceiling. (No hyperbole here. )
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Wow, awesome stuff
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I have to say it again...and again...and again. You GOTTA start making prints available. I know your M.O. is to have each piece be a truly unique work of art for the eventual owner, and I respect that, but if you start producing prints for the rest of us, the original pieces will still absolutely be one of ones. There are plenty of photos of "The Creation of Adam" adorning people's walls, but to see the original you still have to crook your neck to look up at the Sistine Chapel's ceiling. (No hyperbole here. )
I understand....wish I could do more than I do, but I do not believe copyright laws would be in my favor if I started mass producing prints. I have made a handful of smaller 16" x 20" prints for some pieces, but the amount was extremely small and I used most of them for social media giveaways and donations to charity events.

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Another Mantle off the list! Next up is a commissioned Cobb......

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Another very cool piece of art!!
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T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder is complete! SOLD.

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That is astounding.
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Tim, these get better and better - The Cobb is astounding!
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astonishing... beautiful... other superlatives.
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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
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I'll second Jay's shameless plug. If you've never seen one of these in person, they are truly a sight to behold. From a distance, they appear almost as if they're an illustration of the card. As you get closer, the individual pieces take shape and it looks like a mosaic. When you're right on top of it, you see all the different faces and names and stats. It's almost a metaphor for the hobby, and how the iconic cards stand out above over a hundred years of commons, and how the game's truly great players stand out above the rest. I'm just crazy about this piece.

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Thank you all so much for the words of encouragement.

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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
Jay, I really appreciate the opportunity you gave me to create that Kelly a few years back. I'm honored it was on your wall for as long as it was, and I look forward to learning it's new destination! I'll be plugging it on my social media for you.

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I'll second Jay's shameless plug. If you've never seen one of these in person, they are truly a sight to behold. From a distance, they appear almost as if they're an illustration of the card. As you get closer, the individual pieces take shape and it looks like a mosaic. When you're right on top of it, you see all the different faces and names and stats. It's almost a metaphor for the hobby, and how the iconic cards stand out above over a hundred years of commons, and how the game's truly great players stand out above the rest. I'm just crazy about this piece.

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Here's a pretty amazing setup that one client had built.....putting my Tip Top Mantle art alongside (4) of the cards:

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In countless ways, that is amazing.


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I agree completely. That is amazing.
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Tim does amazing work. Im shocked that the Kelly N162 piece in LOTG, one of only two N162 pieces that will ever be produced, has yet to receive a bid, even though it is opening at a fraction of current prices.
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maybe you used up all your karma hyping the Jets bobble head booster pack
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That might explain it. For all the hype on the Jets blister pack, which is the only one I have ever seen, I still ended up losing money on it. Oh well, make it up in volume.
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A couple of recent commissions complete:






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Slow, building golf clap...
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No pressure Tim, but if you picked up your pace cutting up the junk stuff in another couple decades the remaining ones might have some value! You need to hire a couple of apprentices!

That Thorpe is in the running for my all-time favorite.
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I know I'm repeating myself, but boy, those things are really FANTASTIC!
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Simply amazing Tim! Jim's eyes are especially good. That touch of blue really pops for me at least.
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I feel like it's the 1860's and some guy named Claude Monet is posting some of the stuff he's been working on.

Just absolutely, ridiculously awesome!!!!!!!
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Just absolutely, ridiculously awesome!!!!!!!
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I ran into Tim at the National. As an R card non-sports card collector I would love to see Tim take junk era non-sports cards and turn them into something like an R136 National Chicle Sky Birds #90 "Wild Bill" Wellman. He has gotten so good at this original art form. Every one of these is better than the last.

Thanks for displaying them Tim and someday I'll get with you on a non-sports commission piece. Until then I'll keep admiring them here.
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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
Is this the only example from Tim that has been put to public auction?
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Some more baseball on the horizon, but it feels good to get this one finished and on the wall! 1958 Topps Jim Brown RC...cut football cards.

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Tim that Brown is incredible
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Agreed!!!!! That Brown is incredible!!!!! Tim you're getting better every day!!!!1
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With such a relatively small face, getting it so close is unbelievable.
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Centering is wrong...
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Centering is wrong...
Not at all. The internal frame is always shifted like that.
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Tim that Brown is incredible
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Agreed!!!!! That Brown is incredible!!!!! Tim you're getting better every day!!!!1
Thank you both, Jay and Pete!

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With such a relatively small face, getting it so close is unbelievable.
Feels good to have that particular section appreciated. The head measures just under the size of a modern card, and lots of time went into it!

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Centering is wrong...
Since I am making cards collectors desire, why not make a unicorn like a centered Brown rookie?
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