Friday, November 5, 2010

when you sign on with the Invaders...

this is what ya get (along with some hockey, of course):

this was made for TK's "limited edition fan" jersey. 'vaders fan stretch all the way to brooklyn, ny. you'll notice the 8" "8-bit" rear numbers are different than what the team wears on the ice. 1 it's easier for refs to read the block font, and 2 it's was changed after the "Invaders jerseys disasters" which i'll post here sometime soon...
all patches & numbers hand made from twill. this pic was taken right before all the gluing and sewing onto the jersey:

5 comments:

Bernard said...

I'm sure the block font is easier to read, but the 8-bit is totally boss!

Captain Dummy said...

definitely! will be a "fan only" feature. lol

you remember "the disaster" though, AND, you were one of the only people to see the jersey pre-disaster (remember vinnie's)

Terence said...

I agree with Bernard. The 8 bit font makes it boss! Most unique feature on any Jersey I've ever seen: Alternating shoulder number/patch! Genius!

Robert Ullman said...

Those 8-bit numbers are one of the best and most unique things I've ever seen. I absolutely love 'em.

Captain Dummy said...

8-bit was my favorite. me saying the block is easier to read, is a way for me to justify having to cover up the screen printed "disaster-recovery" numbers. LOL

but thanks for the awesome comments guys! glad you love 'em!

just wait till you see the NEW Invaders jerseys ;-)