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Category: Experimental Uni Concepts

The WNBA Expansion Project

For all images, click to enlarge [Editor’s Note: Today we have a rare weekday appearance by weekend editor Phil Hecken, who has a great project that just couldn’t wait until …

What If NFL Helmets Had Non-Matching Side Logos?

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from longtime reader Bud Parks, who has an interesting NFL helmet proposition. Enjoy. — PL] By Bud Parks Football helmet design has …

Pittsburgh Blue Jays, We Hardly Knew Ye

Well, that was fun while it lasted. Yesterday morning, as the news spread about the Toronto Blue Jays would probably play their 2020 home games in Pittsburgh, lots of folks …

Ladies and Gents, Your Barcelona SugarCats!

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Keith Dussell, who’s created a very special uni-related project. Enjoy. — PL] By Keith Dussell In the summer of 2018, my …

Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Brooklyn Puppies!

In the most recent “Question Time” installment, I was asked what team name and color scheme I’d choose if I were granted an expansion franchise in any of the Big …

Head Games

Click to enlarge By Phil Hecken I was originally going to simply post this submission from Paul, who says, “Really good read, from our friends at the HoF,” — Innovations …

Design A Lewis & Clark League Uniform Contest

Click to Enlarge By Phil Hecken Today we have a very special lede, and if you’re a uni concepter/designer, today is your day. I’m pleased to bring back W. Ross …

The Difference Was Like Night & Day

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson and Jim Vilk Two throwback games. Two cities. And the differences couldn’t have been greater if they were played in different decades. You’re all …

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

By Phil Hecken Well, the big day is FINALLY here. The Granddaddy. Is. Today. Oregon versus Wisconsin. Today is the Rose Bowl, the ONLY bowl that, while corporately sponsored, still …

Uni Watch Photo Mystery: Riddle Me This

When I was putting together the wire service photos for Tuesday’s entry, I was particularly intrigued by the shot you see above, which was part of a batch of photos …