Bo Jackson, made from a shattered Bo bat.
Ted Williams, made from EXACTLY 1,941 toothpicks in honor of his historic 1941 season (.406). Property of the Ted Williams Museum and Hitter’s Hall of Fame.
Reggie Jackson, made from cut straws.
Frank Thomas, made from Band-Aids and framed in wrapped ACE bandages.
Ozzie Smith, made from cut leather
Ty Cobb, made from weathered peach pits from a peach farm in Georgia. Special thanks to Dickey Farms for hooking me up on the pits!
George Brett, made from pine tar.
Ted Williams, made from toothpicks.
Pete Maravich, made from cut basketball nets and toy pistols.
Walter Payton, made from cut sugar and artificial sweetener packets.
Michael Jordan, made from cut Air Jordan 1’s and EXACTLY 23 pair of shoelaces.
Mike Tyson, revealed after thousands of holes were punched out of a board.
The cover of Action Comics #1, the first appearance of Superman, made from EXACTLY 38 cut Superman comic books (release year was 1938).
Lucille Ball, made from Hershey Kisses foils. This piece was a commission the combined the loves of a client’s wife. She was a Lucy fan, and her favorite episode involved the candy factory. I combined that episode with her favorite candy, Hershey’s Kisses, to create this.
Bob Marley, made from over 1200 guitar picks.
Jimi Hendrix, made from guitar picks
Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues, woodburned on a sanded acoustic guitar.
Ben Franklin, made from $10,000 worth of photocopied hundred dollar bills.
Elvis Presley, woodburned on an acoustic guitar.
Elvis Presley, made from broken records. Located on the wall of the Cathead Stage section of The Blue Canoe in Tupelo, MS.