Favorite Card Arts over the years

For me, the Finest Bryce Harper and MLB 20's Bryce Harper are fantastic card arts. Another great one is Sig Series Griffey

I like the blue behind the Future stars cards, and the monthly flashbacks from 2019 because of the thunder bolts.

But indavudual card has to go to player of the month Tommy Kahnle for the rain coming down around him. Love that

@samguenther1987 said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

I like the blue behind the Future stars cards, and the monthly flashbacks from 2019 because of the thunder bolts.

But indavudual card has to go to player of the month Tommy Kahnle for the rain coming down around him. Love that

Same, love the way that Kahnle looks.

To me it is without the doubt the 99 postseason Griffey from MLBTS 17. So not the hardware card that you could unlock, but the PS card that was a 12-0 BR reward.

I prefer the real cards. I really like the 2015 Topps design - good colors, good use of photography. I've always been partial to the 1993 Topps design, too.

@taterracing said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

I prefer the real cards. I really like the 2015 Topps design - good colors, good use of photography. I've always been partial to the 1993 Topps design, too.

2015 cards are my favorites as well. It’s all about the borders man, they add so much color and variety to the cards. Since 2016, the regular Topps Series have all been pretty bland and boring.

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

@taterracing said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

I prefer the real cards. I really like the 2015 Topps design - good colors, good use of photography. I've always been partial to the 1993 Topps design, too.

2015 cards are my favorites as well. It’s all about the borders man, they add so much color and variety to the cards. Since 2016, the regular Topps Series have all been pretty bland and boring.

Absolutely agreed. I liked 2016 well enough, but 17, 18 and 19 are not very good. I wasn't a fan of 2020, but it's growing on me. I still miss the borders. Easier to get a better grade without borders, I guess.

@taterracing said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

@DriveByTrucker17 said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

@taterracing said in Favorite Card Arts over the years:

I prefer the real cards. I really like the 2015 Topps design - good colors, good use of photography. I've always been partial to the 1993 Topps design, too.

2015 cards are my favorites as well. It’s all about the borders man, they add so much color and variety to the cards. Since 2016, the regular Topps Series have all been pretty bland and boring.

Absolutely agreed. I liked 2016 well enough, but 17, 18 and 19 are not very good. I wasn't a fan of 2020, but it's growing on me. I still miss the borders. Easier to get a better grade without borders, I guess.

I feel the exact same way. 2016 was alright, 2017 was worse, 2018 was pretty bland, and 2019 was just outright bad. 2020 is about on par with 2016 imo.

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