Author Archives: Dave Delisle
I’m Canadian (sorry), so once in awhile I’m compelled to show off my hoser-ness with a design that screams CANADA. This jersey celebrates the TV show Corner Gas and its Saskatchewan setting.
The ‘S’ patch pays tribute to the Roughriders (here’s another take), and the Dog River patch is a riff on the shield from Saskatchewan’s provincial flag. The jersey layout is based on the gas station uniform.
No plans to offer this one, just wanted to branch out with something different. Before you ask: no, I don’t watch Trailer Park Boys or Lost Girl, so I couldn’t tackle either of those.
I posted a Dinobots hockey jersey on the other blog 3 or 4 years ago, I didn’t migrate it over here because I lost the files. Anyways, here’s a Jurassic Park (Jeep) mashup, with a couple of unused Ingen-style logos to boot.
This one was designed to be offered, hence the lack of Autobot logos. You can sign-up for it here.
If this were ever offered I’d probably make the shoulder patches optional, because your mom probably loves you and taught you to spell “didn’t” with an apostrophe.
Raising Arizona is the first Coen film design I’ve posted. I keep meaning to do one for Fargo, as that one screams hockey, so hopefully I’ll do that sooner than later.
This is 100% Pixar’s design from the film Inside Out, I only added the name and numbers (the jersey was blank in the film). I haven’t seen the film yet, but I do like the design, which appears to pay tribute to the Mighty Ducks logo from the films.
I also dig the seafoam green, which isn’t exactly a common color in sports design.
No plans to offer this, because the massive merchandise machine that is Disney will have this covered in some form. At least, I would hope so.
I’d like to think that Arstotzka has a national hockey team, one made up of army personnel (much like Russia’s Red Army squad), playing against rivals from Obristan and Kolechia. These are all fictional countries from the game Papers, Please.
The jersey is Arstotzka’s flag, with design cues from several Russian national jerseys. The M.O.S. seal stands for Ministry of Sport. I couldn’t work in the motto Glory To Arstotzka anywhere, so I might have to come back and revisit this design down the road.
I don’t know if there’d be enough interest to offer this design (my efforts to recommend the game always fall flat), but if there is maybe I can ask the game’s creator, Lucas Pope, if he’d like to green-light a limited run.