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  1. It's been 25 years, and the Ducks have still never hosted an All Star Game. As I patiently await the day it is announced, I decided to design a jersey concept in the meantime. The Western Conference teams use the same orange/black/gold color scheme as the Ducks do currently. I've noticed that in the past few years, the host division's team wears the same primary color as the host team, so I decided to continue this pattern. To contrast this, the Eastern Conference gets to wear the Ducks' throwback eggplant/jade combination. The All Star Logo itself is based off Anaheim's most iconic building: Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle. I thought the concept of a shooting star fit perfectly here, acting as a connection between the All-Star Game, and "When You Wish Upon a Star".
  2. I absolutely loved what New Era started in Minnesota at the 2014 MLB All Star Game by designing special All Star caps that honored the host team. The potential was set up for new caps every year on All Star night to tell a different story about a host team's uniform history or local culture, while also allowing the game a rare chance to have some fun and get creative with their usually sacrosanct brands -- not to mention increasing merchandise sales in the process. Unfortunately, that was a trend that only lasted two seasons. So in an effort to show what could have been, each season I take it upon myself to continue what New Era once started and design my own city-centric concept caps for the MLB All Star Game. For the 2018 ASG in Washington D.C., I dipped into the city's baseball past to help inspire the cap design, while also taking cues from that time period and D.C.'s world-famous cherry blossoms to create a campaign that celebrates the nation's capital as well as the national pastime. To view the entire cap collection along with additional merchandise, plus a look inside the design process and inspiration, visit my website.
  3. Inspired by Gswansea and Uglybus' concept NBA All-Stars Project, I will be posting NBA all star game uniforms for several teams (I was supposed to do all but I got tired in the middle). While Gswansea and Uglybus do the logos, court and a preview of the unis, I'll be sticking mostly on detailed concept of uniforms. Some rules I tried to apply: 1. Uniforms should be inspired by the host team's classic/popular jerseys. 2. Uniforms should be dominantly red for west and blue for east. The home team can be white and the away team black. 3. Colors of the host team should be present on the uniforms. 3. There should be a city logo (not to be mistaken for a team logo - should be a logo of say "atlanta" and not the "hawks"). 4. Uniforms should be "modern". By that I mean fades, non existing collar or sleeve designs, patterns, etc. 5. The Allstar participant team logo is placed at the back under the collar. 6. No advertisements and sleeves.
  4. Not sure if anyone has seen these, but I managed to find the divisional logos each of the four divisions will use for this weekend's All-Star Game in Nashville. They were rather small in size as SVGZ files, but I managed to have them blown up and converted into PNGs. Check 'em out: So, what do you think? Does it look like something the NHL should do outside of the All-Star Game as well?