Timelessly Representing the Ballclub - CFL Edition

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Coupe de Grey(ce)

By Phil Hecken

Last weekend, the Great White North, aka America’s Hat, played their equivalent of the USA’s Super Bowl, the “Grey Cup.” I used to love the CFL, but through circumstances not worth describing, I haven’t been able to watch much recently — but I did get to watch the 100th Edition . . . → Read More: Coupe de Grey(ce)

And the New Mascots Will Be a Wizard and an Elf

Let’s hear it for Rutgers and Nike, who have successfully transitioned from comic book uniforms to Dungeons & Dragons uniforms (for the Scarlet Knights, get it?). I have a hard time taking any of this stuff seriously, but here are some observations:

• The number font is very, uh, heraldic. Although it . . . → Read More: And the New Mascots Will Be a Wizard and an Elf

Uni Watch Profiles: Scott Sillcox

As most of you know, I recently raffled off an original illustration from Maple Leaf Productions, the company that has been selling uni-historical posters, clocks, fridge magnets, and other products for the past 15 years or so.

That raffle came about after I received a communiqué from Maple Leaf founder Scott Sillcox, . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Profiles: Scott Sillcox