2001 UD Vintage vs. 1963 Topps
2002 UD Vintage vs. 1971 Topps
2001 UD Decade 1970's vs. 1975 Topps
Fleer also jumped in on the action...
2001 Fleer Tradition vs. 1956 Topps
Heck... even Topps will borrow ideas from their older designs from time to time...
1963 Topps vs. 1983 Topps
1964 Topps vs. 1986 Topps
So I figured, I'd have my students follow in their footsteps. Each year, my students compete in table competitions and one of their assignments is to create a set of trading cards featuring themselves. I have always passed out baseball cards to help inspire them, but this year I went one step further. This year... I told them that they were required to one of the card's designs.
Here's how they turned out...
Pretty cool, right? I was really impressed with how most of them turned out. Some of them are pretty obvious... while others are a little harder to pin point.
Anyways... I figured I'd turn this into a little contest. Here are the guidelines...
A: Determine the set that each of these designs are based from and leave them in the comment section below. Here's an example...
By the way... comment moderation has been turned on, so all answers will remain hidden until the end of the contest.
B. The person who has the most correct answers will win an assortment of cards from the team of their choice. The prize package will essentially be a small flat rate shipping box filled with base cards, rookie cards, inserts, autographs, and memorabilia cards.
C. If there happens to be a tie, than I will throw your names into the list randomizer at Random.org and randomize them five times. The name on top wins.
D. I'm going to keep this contest short and simple. The deadline to enter this contest will be this upcoming Sunday at 6pm.
Good luck! Happy Wednesday and sayonara!