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Eric Joyner "All Wrapped Up Again" S1-012 COLLECTIVE Trading Card


ERIC JOYNER "ALL WRAPPED UP AGAIN"
COLLECTIVE SERIES ONE TRADING CARD
LIMITED TO 220 SINGLE-CARD BOXES
S1-012

Each Card Comes Enclosed in a One-Touch Acrylic Holder
Housed in a Custom Printed Collector's Box
Hand-Numbered and Shrink Wrapped with Authenticity Sticker

Each Single-Card Box Will Contain One Artist Card Variation:

Standard Base Card
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 199

Artist Autographed Card
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 20

FOTL (First Off the Line) Autographed Card
Release Date Stamped Edition of 1

In Addition: Randomly Inserted with the Artist Card

"ORIGINAL WORKS" Art Card
Signed and Numbered Edition of 10

CMYK Printing Plate
Signed Edition of 4



ERIC JOYNER

 

 

ERIC JOYNER enjoyed a rather uneventful childhood in the town of San Mateo, CA, in the 1970s. Like many kids, he enjoyed reading comics, watching TV, and making gunpowder. After high school, Eric attended the Academy of Art in San Francisco. His influences include Francis Livingston, Kazuhiko Sano, Bill Sanchez and Robert Hunt. Years later, he began submitting his paintings into various juried shows in the Bay Area and his efforts were well received. After several detours and dead ends, his focus shifted to tin toy robots.