Completed some fresh plexi!

Very common to see a “No Pepper” sign at a baseball field. It’s a pre-game exercise where a batter uses a quick short swing to pepper balls at fielders standing nearby. It can be dangerous for spectators and also wears out the grass… so, most parks have banned it. I used a bunch of Jarrod Saltalamacchia @topps Heritage cards on it… Salty!

Original artwork by #MatthewLeeRosen
#topps #toppsheritage #baseballcards #baseballcardart #baseballcardartist #baseballart #sportsart #popart #mosaic #vintagebaseballcards #oldbaseballcards #baseball #jarrodsaltalamacchia #pepper #nopepper
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Published by Matthew Lee Rosen

Baseball card artist Matthew Lee Rosen repurposes old baseball cards to turn them into art... celebrating the pop culture of America's pastime.

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