For today's tile, I went through my Topps Cubs and picked all the cards that were airbrushed. I started with 1957 since that was the first year that Topps used actual photographs on the cards. The last card is from 1984. By then, Topps had the Traded sets coming out each year. The base set went to press much earlier, and players were shown with their old teams.
In more recent years the airbrush has been retired and replaced by photoshop. I din't use any of those. They're a little tougher to spot and not as kitschy as the 'ol airbrush.
Nine of the 44 cards are rookie cards. That is understandable, what with prospects being traded around and rookies not in major league uniforms at spring training.
Since there are only 44 cards, I made the tile a little bigger than usual. That should give you a better look at the fine work done by the Topps artists.