Panini America product developers Ben Ecklar, Mike Payne and David Porter sit down with Tracy Hackler to unwrap the new high-end 2011 Donruss Limited Cuts and offer behind-the-scenes insight into what went into the product's creation.
Panini America product developers Ben Ecklar, Mike Payne and David Porter sit down with Tracy Hackler to unwrap the new high-end 2011 Donruss Limited Cuts and offer behind-the-scenes insight into what went into the unique product’s creation.
Enjoy this interesting take and afterward, let us know what you think about the new product.
9 Replies to “The Panini America Product Development Team Unwraps 2011 Donruss Limited Cuts”
I really think the Donruss limited Cuts are some of the better cards auto cards that are out there these auto are obtained from so many sources and the people the job that your guys do to get them is tremendous and the hand put these together which makes them even cooler and the process of card a lot of hard work goes into this product im really amaszed how you guys do it and from a big collector I appreciate that hard work for such a great looking card a earth shaking experience of some great autos type of cards thank you guys for all that time and hard work you guys put into it what super great product those great boxes you opened on this video cards of johnny mize and the orignal ironman would look great in my sports collectors room you guys keep up the great work at panini and all of you at panini have a great christmas and happy new year and Tracy I hope the Broncos and Cowboys both make it to the playoffs thats one of my christmas wishes this year and the other you guys know hint hint limited cuts.
Nice stuff!! Cut signatures are the way to go. wished i owned one. But very cool high end product Panini!
Great stuff those cards look phenomenal.
This is not one of my favorite sets. I have a hard getting past the concept of cutting a piece of memorabilia to create another piece of memorabilia. For example, if I were lucky enough to pull the Elvis/Michael Jackson card, I would always wonder what the rest of MJ’s credit purchase slip looked like…or what sort of item Elvis signed before it was cut. I’d always wonder what the owners of each of those two original items were paid, and whether my new item, in the form of a trading card, is more than the two originals combined.
Pete i understand what you are saying but the autos will be worth ALOT more in the trading card form slabbed and authenticated by Panini than any photo or personal check. I love the design and i cant wait to open my boxes next week. Great job Panini!!
Sweet Design! Beautiful Cards, simply beautiful!
Very well done!I really like that you took the time with the framing and the placement of the cuts….