I seem to be on a vintage tee design kick lately. Here is another Bobcats vintage tee design. Although simplistic, this is a perfect example of how design really plays a critical part. A combination of the right font(s) and composition can make it or break it.
Filed under: design | Tags: basketball, CharlotteBobcats, tees, throwback, vintage
Here is a few throwback tees I designed for the Charlotte Bobcats. Might see one or two of them in the team store next season!
A logo redesign for my former Ohio hockey team, the Cleveland Piranhas. Includes new primary mark, secondary logo shoulder patch and jersey mockup.
Filed under: design, photoshop | Tags: brushes, CharlotteBobcats, composition, KembaWalker, photoshop, poster, sepia
Kemba Walker sepia-style poster created using 3 images of the Bobcats point guard including the large monumental screaming photo centered and countered with two smaller photos (posed and action based). The composition of this layout with three unique poses really captures the likeness and emotion of Kemba Walker. Background was created with numerous photoshop brushes and a seamless wood floor texture was masked within his name. If you look closely, you’ll see I used part of the ‘M’ and ‘B’ in Kemba to showcase the number ’15″. A simple layer adjustment and drop shadow create enough separation to read the number, but still allow you to read “KEMBA’ as well.
Filed under: design, photoshop | Tags: basketball, Charlotte Bobcats, composition, photoshop, poster, shadowing, team
Just finished the Cats 12/13 team poster. Combining actionshots with headshots. Created a seamless asphalt texture and clouds of smoke behind the players using various pshop brushes. The shadowing really makes this piece work.
Filed under: design, display, photoshop | Tags: byron mullens, poster, shatter