L.A. Daily News (mirrored on Daily Breeze): New-media twist on old-school images
by Tom Hoffarth (August 23, 2012)
"At some point, a light went off in Peter Chen's head. Those cartoonish, super-hero portraits of Major League Baseball players from the 1970s and '80s that once flashed up on the stadium scoreboards really were pieces of somewhat forgotten pop art..." read more.
Sports Illustrated: Lo-Fi High Art
June 11, 2012
ESPN Playbook - Visuals: Baseball fan making special 'Jumbotron Art'
by Patrick Dorsey (May 31, 2012)
"The JumboTron. Iconic in sports, it's got a special place in baseball, with its size and visibility and ability to convey so much information to fans and players and managers..." read more.
Uni-Watch.com: He Shoots, He Score(board)s!
by Paul Lukas (May 15, 2012)
"Nowadays every stadium has a high-def color jumbotron. Back in the 1970s and '80s, though, most ballparks had conventional one-color scoreboards that displayed dot-matrix images..." read more.