Did you see Jackie Robinson hit that Ball? by Bob Rubin

Wall Art

Each Creative Action Network poster is hand-printed and handled to make sure that only the highest quality is offered and sent out. The sturdy matte paper and premium inks create a vibrant, museum-quality image that looks great both framed and unframed. Posters are printed in Los Angeles, CA on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper heavyweight stock, with a wide color gamut and Epson UltraChrome HDR ink-jet technology. The framed poster arrives wrapped in a protective yet lightweight black frame and includes a shatter-resistant acrylite front protector that won't break during shipping. International orders may be subject to customs duties & taxes. 

Proceeds Support:

Proceeds support Boys & Girls Clubs, promoting and enhancing the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Transcend is a collection of designs depicting the men and women, movements, and moments which transcend any one team or sport or era and hold power and meaning far beyond any scoreboard.

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Design By: Bob Rubin
Bob Rubin

After years of servicing clients in the design of graphics & exhibitions, Bob decided to abandon the "BIG APPLE" and move upstate NY with his wife, to a rural community. They purchased a 1790 farmhouse that was built by a Revolutionary War veteran. Bob now devotes his creative efforts to satisfying the requirements of the surrounding wildlife. They are great clients he claims: They never complain.

 

Design By: Bob Rubin
Bob Rubin

After years of servicing clients in the design of graphics & exhibitions, Bob decided to abandon the "BIG APPLE" and move upstate NY with his wife, to a rural community. They purchased a 1790 farmhouse that was built by a Revolutionary War veteran. Bob now devotes his creative efforts to satisfying the requirements of the surrounding wildlife. They are great clients he claims: They never complain.

 

Artist Statement

\"My Dad and I were at that April 15, 1947 game. I skipped school for the big event. When we reached our grandstand seats we looked down at the playing field and saw something we had never seen before at Ebbets Field. In contrast to the bright green grass was a black man. A black man in a baseball uniform. Number 42. From that day on it was a different ball game.\" -BOB RUBIN — BOB RUBIN