Meet Tim Godden: Illustrator of Baseball Stars

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Uni Watch readers know I will sometimes feature the art and artistry of folks with whom I interact via the Twitter, and today is another one of those days. I’d like everyone to “meet” Tim Godden, who I recently began following and who is quite a skilled . . . → Read More: Meet Tim Godden: Illustrator of Baseball Stars

Another Beauty (of a Game): The Art and Artistry of Jack Davis

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If the art in today’s splash photo looks familiar — it should. It was done by John Burton Davis, Jr., better known as Jack Davis. While Davis is known for his advertising art, magazine covers, film posters, record album art and numerous comic book . . . → Read More: Another Beauty (of a Game): The Art and Artistry of Jack Davis

Andy Brown Returns: Diamonds on Canvas - The Art of Baseball

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Uni Watch readers may recall I’ve featured today’s artist, Andy Brown, a few times last year, including his Winter Olympics art, some of his baseball art, pre-2018, and a look at some ballparks he visited during a summer trip to the States.

I recently spoke at . . . → Read More: Andy Brown Returns: Diamonds on Canvas – The Art of Baseball

Painting Baseball, One Ballpark At A Time

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If the style of art above looks familiar to you, it should. It’s done by artist Andy Brown, whom I’ve featured on here a few times (including his 2018 Olympic art, and various baseball renderings). I’d hoped both to meet Andy (who was in town in mid-August . . . → Read More: Painting Baseball, One Ballpark At A Time