The “Who You Gonna Call?” back patch is placeholder until I can think of something better. Just having some fun with this one, not sure if it will lead to anything. Always wanted to do a black version of a Ghostbusters jersey, happy to finally tackle one.
Decided to go with an English Premiere League approach for this design, all for the purpose of hiding two swords (can you spot them?). The EST. 1990 text and Kansas City Royals back patch – which stands for Kaer Morhen – may change in the future.
I played Witcher 3 a few years ago (the 3 red stripes on the arms are a nod), and I’ve been wanting to make this design during that whole time, it was just a struggle to do so. The recent Netflix series helped rejuvenate my creativity, and I’m glad to finally share it.
Here’s an 80’s design for an upcoming superhero film (take a guess). This would look good with the metallic gold finish that Geeky Jerseys is known for. The 80’s warrant a pink and teal look, but the Amazons like their gold so I went with that.
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?
Had this one on the drawing board for a long time, because it was just the ‘Z’ for the main logo and it looked too plain. Well I moved it up to the front collar and made a new character-based logo. In case you’re wondering, this is a sequel to Space Rangers. The green lettering is a nod to the tin box the character was packaged in.