Footy Design - is like football, simplicity is key

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Similar to Footy Design, Brazilian art director Bruno Leo Ribeiro has combined his interest with his love of Football to create the ADVERTISING FC Kits.

Project description: “I love Football (or soccer if you are American) and I also love design, art direction and why not advertising? So I get those 3 elements together and had this idea to imagine how would look advertising agencies Football Kit. This is just the first part of the project and I’m working on the other 16 teams (agencies) to get into the project to looks like a “Advertising Champions League” or even a “Advertising World Cup…”

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(Visit “project link” to read more and see all ADVERTISING FC kit designs)

WIEDEN Kit
Advertising FC PUBLICIS Kit
Advertising FC FCB Kit
Advertising FC DEL-CAMPO Saatchi and Saatchi Kit

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World Caps is an independent and self fun-initiated project by
Il-Ho Jung & Lukas Weber. They created 32 minimal badges (one for each country represented in the World Cup) and applied the designs to snapback caps.

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World Caps Illustration

World-Caps

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During the World Cup illustrator Fulvio Obregon, illustrated fat FIFA World Cup players. This time he has illustrated some fat Real Madrid super stars or Sumo Madrid.

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Fat Ronaldo

Fat Bale

Fat James

Fat Benzema

Fat Kroos

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Project Description:

The New Republic asked Simon Prades to create a daily illustration during the worldcup 2014 in Brasil. Everyday, Simon picked a moment in a match and illustrated it. All together these drawings/panels create an ongoing comic, documenting the tournament in its beauty and tragedy.

To see more match moments click project link.

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Tim Howard Moment World Cup

Moment World Cup

Moment World Cup

Suarez World Cup Moment

Moment World Cup

Messi Moment World Cup

Moment World Cup

Moment World Cup

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Tobias Hall is an English illustrator and a football fan based in London. He took the Nike Risk everything campaign and put his own spin on it (This project is NOT associated with Nike).

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RISK EVERYTHING Tobias Hall

RISK EVERYTHING Tobias Hall DETAILS

Tobias Hall Illustration

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Arsenal revealed their new Puma kit for the 2014/15 season.

On the Thames River and at in PUMA’s Carnaby Street store moments after announcing the signature of Alexis Sánchez from Barcelona, Arsenal and Puma put on a show as they revealed the official Arsenal Puma Kit 2014/15 (see video bellow).

Shirts: Blue (alternate) – Red (home) – Yellow (away)

New Arsenal Puma kit 2014/15

Arsenal Puma home kit

Arsenal Puma Home Kit Giroud

Arsenal Puma kit 2014/15

Visit PUMA.com or the Arsenal Store to order your shirt.

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the new Gooners kit.


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Nike yellow Brazil kits worn from 1996-2014. Nike’s designs for the most iconic uniform in sport: the Brasil national team kit.

Yellow Brazil Kit 1996-2014 gif

What’s your favorite Yellow Brazil Kit?

“The ‘90s were not a great time for football kits. Back then, football uniforms were heavy, had horrible sublimation and bad necklines,” says Devon Burt, then Nike Creative Director for Apparel. “We wanted to bring refinement and restraint to the jersey. We went with clean, finished seams and achieved a high level of craftsmanship. It was the first time we really got into the idea of perfecting a neckline — something that seems so simple but is tricky to do right.” (Nikeink.com)

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