LURK: Collective S1-010

KELLY MCKERNAN: Collective S1-013

ERIC JOYNER: Collective S1-012

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Scott Listfield "Fenway" Diamond Edition Trading Card



Each "Fenway" Card Comes Enclosed in a One-Touch Acrylic Holder
Housed in a Custom Printed Collector's Zip Box
Shrink Wrapped with Hand-Numbered Edition Call Out Sticker

[Series One Card #001 "Fenway" will ONLY be Available as Part of this Single Card Release - Scott Listfield Artist Trading Cards Series One Full Edition Coming 2024]

Each Single-Card Box Will Contain One Variation of the “Fenway” Diamond Edition Card:

Standard Base Card
Card #001 from Scott Listfield’s Upcoming Series One Set

Artist Autographed
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 99

Bill “Spaceman” Lee Autographed
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 50

Fenway Park Stadium Wall Covering Relic
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 99

Fenway Park Game-Used Baseball Relic
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 20

NASA Space Shuttle Flight-Flown Relic
Sequentially Foil Numbered to 99

In Addition:

CMYK Printing Plates
Each Signed and Numbered 1/5 by Scott Listfield: 20 Total
(Randomly Inserted into Select Boxes in Addition to “Fenway” Card)

Relic Guide Tri-Fold Booklet
6-Page Relic Guide Booklet Included with Every Order of “Fenway”

Promo Wax Packs
Collect All 10 Series One Promo Cards
(H.O.R. PROMO-001 - 010)
One Wax Pack of 4 Promo Cards Included with Every Order of “Fenway”

All artifacts used in the Diamond Edition relic cards were sourced from the JG Autographs, Inc. archive. All autograph signings were witnessed by JG Autographs, Inc., and autographed cards are certified authentic.



SCOTT LISTFIELD is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott grew up in Boston and studied art at Dartmouth College. After some time spent living abroad, Scott returned to America and, after watching '2001: A Space Odyssey' for the first time, began painting astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs. He now lives and works in Los Angeles.

Scott created the original painting "Fenway" in order to support the charity KultureCity, the nation's leading nonprofit on sensory accessibility and acceptance for those with invisible disabilities such as PTSD, autism, dementia, and strokes. KultureCity has officially partnered with many large venues around the globe - including Fenway Park - to make those experiences safe and welcoming for those with sensory needs.

"Every year I partner with KultureCity and make a painting for their annual charity. A big part of their work is to make public places more accessible for people with invisible disabilities such as PTSD, autism, or dementia. I knew I wanted to paint Fenway, my hometown park and one of their partners, for them in 2022. Although I ended up auctioning the original off for charity, I still managed to squeeze in a number of personal references and nods to my Massachusetts roots, not so secretly hidden in the green monster.”
- Scott

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