The Pro-Visions set inserted into 1994 Fleer packs was full of crazy fantasy art. Gwynn, as a man of the cloth (get it? Padres? Ha ha!) is reading from the Baseball Bible, I suppose. I'm not sure what the random dot on the book means, if anything. Tony must have knocked himself in the head with his bat or the book, as he has baseballs flying around his head. The background reminds me of a combination of a Northern California bay full of mountains and sailboats, and the San Diego waterfront, with the palm trees. But it's not the bottom of the background that's really bizarre.
Draw your attention to the top half of the card (as if it wasn't there already). Bizarrely strong sun rays hint that Gwynn is pointed northwest, as that's a beautiful California sunset in the background. Somehow a rainbow is either coming out of the book or going into the book, headed off in the same direction as the sun. Above the rainbow, a brick-like pattern was created by something - was it star ships fighting for control of earth? Was there a Blue Angels airshow where the planes leave those smoke trail patterns? Is it part of the ladder to heaven?
The card makes more sense when placed in the proper order with the rest of the cards in the set. The rainbow and sun rays lead to one card, while the brick path heads off to another. Overall, it is one highly creative work of art, where each player can be enjoyed alone, but the combined group is greater than the sum of its parts.
(Image from Chewing liquorice, which hasn't been updated since June 2011)
The set is a creative masterpiece. It's the kind of set you want to put up on the wall and admire occasionally, and remember those good old 1990s when cardboard wars were about the creative designs, not the serial numbers, pieces of used goods, and autographs.