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Fury Road Hockey Jersey Design

Fury Road hockey jersey by Dave Delisle

I’m not saying this will get made, but if it does the numbers would be metallic silver. So shiny. So chrome. Anyways, here’s a design that languished for a few years now, glad I can finally share it with you today.

Originally the back patch was a roundel design that said “I LIVE, I DIE, I LIVE AGAIN!”, but it probably wouldn’t work for embroidery so I nixed that. I don’t think the highway sign will make the cut for that same reason.

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Ice Capades

Watchmen Hockey Jerseys

A long time ago I posted a design for a Watchmen hockey jersey, and a Chicago beer league team asked to use it. They just started play in their new duds and they look great!

Watchmen Hockey Jerseys

They added some great new details, like an inverse nameplate, Pyramid Int’l logos, and a wraparound slogan (“The End Is Nigh”). I’m geeking-out over these details.

Brooklyn Bisons

Next up is a design I was asked to make for a kids rec-league team based in Brooklyn. The Bisons recently started their season as well. They’ll also get a few other jersey designs in the not-too-distant future, I look forward to sharing those here.

Mad Max Hockey Jerseys

You might recall that a few months ago I posted some designs commissioned by a diehard Mad Max fan, and the jerseys just got back from the assembly line and they look awesome. I’m partial to the white one.

Every once in a while I’ll be sharing some designs that teams have asked me to make for them. Recently I completed a design for a team called the Battle Hamsters, can’t wait to share that here!

I’m thinking of putting together a new photo gallery section on this site, so if you snapped a pic wearing one of my jersey designs (be it on the ice or at a comic-con), please email me the pic(s) and I will be more than happy to post it here or on my new Tumblr blog (yup, another blog).

Mad Max Hockey Jersey Design: The Road Warriors

Mad Max hockey jersey by davesgeekyhockeyI was commissioned by Chris B. from New York to make a design for the Mad Max franchise, and he was kind enough to let me share the designs here with you.  Read the rest of this entry

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