Topps is turning its old baseball cards into home décor. The company unveiled its newest product line Tuesday. Topps Archive Prints are 25″ x 34″ vintage art prints featuring digitally remastered original Major League Baseball card artwork. They’re designed to be hung on walls of a sports room, man cave, or office. The company’s first […]
His signed 500 home run club and 3,000 hit lithographs are well known to collectors. Now, Sandy Koufax and Ryan Braun headline the latest Ron Lewis art.
From scorecards to local and historic flavor to a slick package of feature stories and mountains of ads, World Series programs have quite a history.
Panini America has filed suit over what it claims is a company violating its deal with Kobe Bryant and selling phony autographs inside his home arena.
San Diego artist LaVern Brock creates big cards out of little cards.
Topps has gathered bones, swatches, autographs and even some cardboard for its next edition of Allen & Ginter.
Topps’ ode to a classic football card set is heavy on the art.
From Topps sketch cards to a big time NHL gig, it’s been a good year for Brian Fox.
Arthur Haas turned his two loves; sports and art; into one-of-a-kind pieces over 75 years ago.
Give this guy an ‘A’ for creativity in marketing…even if it is a ‘borrowed’ concept: The Marquess Gallery, featuring the photographic baseball art of Don Marquess, has instituted its own “cash for clunkers” program, under which people turning in old clunker art (at least 11”x14”), will be rewarded with a one-third discount on any art […]
The man who owned a famous set of 1970s Andy Warhol athlete portraits–signed by the subjects–has cancelled his insurance claim.
Hordes of 1980s and 90s cards give their lives in pursuit of the Holy Grail.
Someone in the art department had a little fun with Derek Jeter’s 2007 Topps baseball card. Alert collectors will spot two famous faces in the background. Now, it seems there could be more “Waldos” in the ’07 set.
They used to be scribbled on a little piece of paper and tossed out. Now, some lineup cards are works of art and collectors sometimes have to battle players for the one from the dugout.