Category Archives: Hockey Jersey Design
Wayne’s World turned 25 last year (with zero fanfare apparently) and it still holds up as a funny cautionary tale about selling out to the man. I can’t remember much about the sequel…something about a concert?
As you can see, I changed it. The main logo was too crowded, the white shoulders weren’t a hit with some people. Here is the old one, was I wrong?
Here’s a familiar gang of mystery-seeking kids, but seen through the eyes of the “bad” guys, who are merely old people who want privacy. Can’t these youngsters just go away and hang out at the mall? Maybe put a leash on that talking dog too?
As a general rule I don’t like making logos with multiple characters, but it sorta works here. The shoulder patches are brass knuckles shaped like a dog’s paw (they already look like that to be fair). The back patch stands for Meddling Kids, which was the original team name but looked a little too long; also I want this design to be for all ages.
Originally had black outline on the orange letters to match their van (which the jersey colors are based on), but I nixed it at the last second for a cleaner look.
As long as the team name is plural-ish you can make a sports team design for it, so Eighties fits the bill here. This design is just for fun, I don’t anticipate it being offered.
Not sure what a Nineties design would look like, Jurassic Park meets X-Files? No idea just yet.
Here’s a Rocket Express design for your eyeballs. On the downside, no “Planet”, on the upside the logo has more visual interest and sits nicely on a black jersey. People prefer black or a dark-colored jerseys, it just looks better. You will seldom see a white jersey posted here.
You can see previous Futurama-inspired designs here. Obviously going for a non-infringing design with this one, been hoping to offer a legit version for years but that didn’t happen, so I offer this compromise.
I’m pretty sure he would have found a cape by now, wouldn’t you agree? Geeky Jerseys’ silver finish (which is used on Direwolves jerseys) would really complete this design, fitting for a robot of iron who fancies himself as a man of steel. The McCoppin logo was, um, scrapped because it didn’t really belong.