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I made this years ago but I deleted it for whatever reason. Here it is again, with a new Cadillac-inspired logo for the back neck. This jersey would look complete with Geeky Jersey’s metallic silver embroidery and fabric, but the future of GB hockey jerseys is unclear these days.
Somewhat related: Hasbro is releasing a Transformer based on Ecto-1. I’m hoping they do more famous cars, like the Mystery Machine and Batmobile.
Just wanted to make a retro/vintage jersey design that plays up the Mickey Mouse characteristics I see in Sonic the Hedgehog (white gloves, big shoes). I understand if this take is not for everyone, but I think it’s fun to look at.
Sonics is a great name for a pro team, it’s a shame no one uses it. Too soon?
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?
The Dragons are back in black, which is mostly inspired by Dany’s attire this season. I’m also happy to get the dragons out of the confinement of the shield, they look better free, much like the logo from the show. Read the rest of this entry
Two designs for your eyeballs today, so I hope you can forgive the lack of shoulder patches on both (at least for now). I present hockey jersey designs for the X-Men and the Sentinels.
For the Mutants I wanted a subtle ‘X’ in the main logo, hence the crossed claws of Wolverine. For the Sentinels I gave a shout-out to the 90’s cartoon intro, where mutant-grabbing cables extruded from the hands.
I doubt either of these could be offered, but I’ve been wrong before. Read the rest of this entry
When I was a kid I used to own the Wayne Gretzky Overtime table hockey set. Every hockey player, including those that came with the table, came with a little stand so you can display them when they’re not affixed to the table.*
I mention these table hockey players because they were small and fun to collect (and even customize). I’m hoping that one day a similar approach could be taken with NHL players from the EA 16-bit era (NHL Hockey 92, NHLPA 93, NHL 94 – NHL 97). These small figurines would be a blast to collect.
*These stands were great because you can snap them together to make a big team stand. A similar approach could be used for the EA figurines too.