A pair of new He-Man designs for your eyeballs today! Thought I’d do something different and base the characters on their toys rather than the animation models, and I think it looks rather striking (at least for Skeletor).
The team names, Overlords of Destruction and Defenders of Grayskull, are placeholder for the MOTU logo, which I removed because gradient logos look bad on sports designs in general. ALSO, the team names are perfect for rock bands, but I have already called dibs on both (and I don’t even sing or play an instrument).
I don’t know if these can be offered at the moment, we’ll see.
If I got to do an elevator pitch for a new He-Man cartoon, it would be a comedy in which all conflicts are now decided by professional wrestling. It would have the same kind of “awkward bro” humor that Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill champion in their films, with lots of over-the-top smack talk. Purists are gonna hate, but there’s an absurdity to both the original cartoon and the WWE, so I feel combining them would deliver a lot of comedic gold.
UPDATE (Feb 15, 2017): I tweaked the design to look more similar to the bowling shirt on the show, and that entails a vertical stripe on the front. The back patch is a Saskatchewan Roughriders homage that looks like the awning from the gas station. Original post:
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.
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.
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.