My second Bubble Burst piece!

When @topps stopped including gum in ‘92, ironically the baseball card bubble began to burst due to massive overproduction in the mid 80’s & early 90’s. Gross evidence exists with the Topps Micro set in 1992… as if there weren’t enough cards on the market already! They reprinted the entire 1992 set on 1 inch cards. I used 432 micros to make this one.

Original artwork by #MatthewLeeRosen
#topps #baseballcards #baseballcardart #baseballcardartist #baseballart #sportsart #popart #vintagebaseballcards #oldbaseballcards #baseball #1992 #vintage90s #bazooka #bazookajoe #bubblegum #toppsmicro
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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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