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With Glowing Hearts

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Design-An-NFL-Uni – Part II

By Phil Hecken

It’s time for the second, and final, round of tweaks/concepts/revisions for the latest “Design a Uniform” contest, which was begun a little over a month ago. This contest was held in conjunction with Alain Nana-Sinkam, Prexy of Classic Old School Gear, (here’s a link back to that Design An NFL Jersey . . . → Read More: Design-An-NFL-Uni – Part II

The David Boss Files, Vol. 1

Many of you have heard of David Boss, who’s probably best known for his NFL paintings and for his work with NFL Properties.

But Boss was also an accomplished photographer, and now US Presswire has put nearly 700 of his photos online. The images are watermarked, but they’re still worth checking out. There . . . → Read More: The David Boss Files, Vol. 1

And in Another 25 Years They’ll Wear Gold Uniforms

Depressing scene last night in Chapel Hill, as UNC wore silver uniforms (lots of additional photos here and here). This was to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Jordan brand — because, you know, the anniversary of a commercial brand is a perfectly appropriate thing for a college basketball team to be celebrating. . . . → Read More: And in Another 25 Years They’ll Wear Gold Uniforms