By now, it likely goes without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway: Working at Panini America provides a seemingly never-ending stream of fascinating sights, sounds and developments. One day it’s Ty Cobb bat knobs and game-worn Robert Griffin III jerseys. The next, it’s Gordie Howe autographs and Kobe Bryant game-worn shoes.
But on many days, including today, some of the coolest spectacles aren’t pieces of sweat-soaked memorabilia or hand-scrawled history. Instead, they’re massive pieces of colorful cardboard delivered fresh from the printer, uncut sheets filled with varying technologies that are used to illustrate the look and feel of upcoming releases.
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