Breast cancer is all too prevalent among women (and some men) and can be an extremely invasive and embarrassing situation to cope with. One such sufferer of this terrible disease is a young woman named Sarahann. As her friends and family rallied around her during this time, a plan was hatched. Sarahann and her support group wanted a jersey created to give a virtual finger to cancer. The jersey was to be a symbol of her defiance against the disease and her strength of character for the fight ahead.
Sarahann wanted boobs. Not just real ones like most women, but she wanted boobs on the jerseys. Lots of boobs. She also wanted F*ck Cancer to headline the design. And pink, bright pink please.
As you can see, the result is a fluro pink jersey with a repeating boob pattern. The strong message of defiance features strongly on both styles of jersey. The jerseys certainly get plenty of positive remarks whenever they are worn by male and female riders.
The Central Coast Mountain Bike Club contacted us to have club jerseys designed awhile back. A change in committee was showing some strong growth and movement within the club and they felt it was time they also had a club look and feel. The CCMTB already had a logo featuring a teal colour.
The CCMTB had a basic panel layout they wanted but no idea what elements would be in those panels on the jersey. They left that up to us.
Having ridden the trails and seen Lyrebirds and Yellow Robins on several occasions (along with other forest creatures), we proposed a rainforest feel to the jersey accented with their logo elements. The result is this asymmetrical design featuring the rainforest palm leaves and Lyrebird motive. The club is very proud of the compact patch of state forest they have their trails built in and were very pleased with the remnant rainforest being a theme for their new club jerseys.
The Coot-tha MTB coaching group are a bunch of dedicated coaches teaching kids of all ages at the Gap Creek Reserve near Brisbane. They do a great job of providing props and fun lessons for the kids to practice their skills.
Coot-tha MTB already had a basic logo but felt it was lacking something. They also had a reasonable digital version of their cartoon image, representing the coaching groups they split the kids into. With a bit of help from us we finished off the logo and cartoon, and helped them decide on final colours.With all that sorted, we set about using the logo elements to form the design you see now.
Out on the grassy field of Gap Creek reserve or out on the trails, the Coot-tha MTB kids stand out, looking splendid in this unique design.
This design was done mid 2018 and was the 2nd year we have designed and supplied jersey for the South Burnett Ride For Relay (Relay For Life) jerseys. This design was obviously based heavily on the 2017 jersey we did but unique enough to stand out as the new version. As with the 2017 jersey, this 2018 jersey clearly highlighted the cause and major sponsor for this team. Look out for the 2019 version currently being organised.