Washington’s pro football team has a new name, of course, and so the new team now has a new uniform, too. Well, it’s an old uniform with a few tweaks really, making a brand new design feel wonderfully old fashioned. Confused? The Native American silhouetted head is gone, replace by a stylised ‘W’. After all,… Continue reading Washington Football Team 2020 look is 1920s chic
The Tampa Bay Lightning Leaf-style look is still great, despite more mixed reviews than a Super Bowl anthem singing. News sites, blogs and fan polls about the flash digs differ in their views with those in favour hardly overwhelming the detractors. I find this strange because the new jersey is all class. I’m no Armani… Continue reading Tampa Bay vintage
The Philadelphia Flyers are working with the US Postal Service to unveil a stamp of legendary singer Kate Smith at the Spectrum this month. As The Inquirer recalled yesterday, Smith performed “God Bless America” before the Flyers played the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals in 1974. And she’s been a good luck charm ever since because the… Continue reading Flyers need song, stamp and more to win
This Diode LED watch by LIP stood out to us while reading nymag.com today. It’s just so old school 70s cool. And $250 seems a fair price. Seriously, this is the type of watch Batman must wear, right? Watchismo has more pics.
The Saturday Evening Post published some of the best magazine covers ever, like this one, illustrated by Earl Mayan in 1957. It features New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra waiting on a pop fly, while the crowd looks on anxiously. And to think you could once pay just 15 cents for this calibre of product.
If you love MAD Magazine like we do, then you’ll know Mort Drucker. Drucker is to the caricaturing world what Montana was to Super Bowls – a master. We especially love his sports pieces for their wit and originality, but also their poignancy. Mort turned 81 last month – we salute you sir!