One of my lesser know interests (among many many hobbies) is my passion for a number of sports and their rich, fascinating histories. This has led me down some interesting paths over the years, including in my capacity as an artist. Back in the early 2000’s, when I ran a graphic design business, I did a few paid designs and freebies for some international Rugby League clubs, along with a few national teams. I designed their jerseys and/or logos, and sometimes did marketing and built their websites. The Netherlands, Singapore, and Germany, along with clubs like Swansea Bulls (Wales), Kingston Warriors (England), and Wahoos (Jamaica), and a lot more (continued below).
I’ve recently started to take on clients again, however the nature of who they are has changed considerably. Now I’m primarily designing Aboriginal themed guernseys and jerseys, whereas before it was all quite open. Baryulgil Devils RLFC, Echuca Football & Netball, and Mindaribba RLFC got the ball rolling, and I’m now excitedly looking for my next clients. Drop me a line here, if you’re keen to have a yarn about how I can help you too.
Mind you, as much as I enjoy creating NAIDOC round shirts – I’m also very interested in taking on all kinds of football, netball, cricket and other club logo projects.