1915 Cracker Jack Ball Players
Original baseball card art
If the year was 1915 and you attended a baseball game... you probably would've bought a box of Cracker Jacks. Inside that box, you would've found a baseball card... perhaps a Ty Cobb, Shoeless Joe Jackson, or Honus Wagner. I made this piece with reprint cards from 1993, celebrating the snack's 100th anniversary. The brand is now owned by Frito Lay (PepsiCo).
Note: This piece of artwork won't be available to ship until May 2020, as it will be on public display.
More about my 34" diamond baseball card artworks
- My paintings are done on plywood as homage to the game's wooden bats, and shaped like diamonds... a reference to the infield.
- Each diamond is made from a 24" plywood square (1/2" thick), which measures 34" x 34" when hung on a wall.
- Some of my artworks also incorporate the use of spray-painted plexiglass.
- Each painting ships ready to hang, with hardware already installed.
- A printed and signed description of the artwork will be attached to the back prior to shipping.
- All pieces are original artwork by yours truly, Matthew Lee Rosen.