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Friday, July 30, 2010

Ballarat Red Devils 2009 kits

Last few days I'm worked with few Ballarat Red Devils team kits, these 2008 and 2009 season it's a part of the illustrate club's collection kit since 1960.

The Ballarat Red Devils is football club based in Ballarat, Victoria. They currently (2010) play in the Football Federation Victoria (FFV) State League division Two North-West. Ballarat Red Devils home ground is Trekardo Park, located in central Ballarat. For the 2009 and 2010 seasons, the team have appointed Danny Gnjidic but at the end of the 2009 season by mutual concent the club and Danny parted ways. In late 2009 the club appointed South African Dale Harris as the coach for 2010. Harris was sacked on the 28th of June after a poor start to the season and was replaced by Michael Leslie who became player/manager.

The Ballarat Red Devil home Nike shirt has a traditional club red colour, with a white v-shaped neckline and trim. The shirts design smiliar with the Nike Man.Utd 2006 home, feature with makers Nike
trademark Swoosh logo has a white colour and sits on the right side of the chest. The Away shirts remain the same design with a white base, feature there will be a black detail on the sleeves and neck.




Below the illustrate Ballarat Red Devils kits from the 2008 to 2009 season. They with the Nike kits design for two season, during 2008 season they have Business Profesesional Group logo printed on the both sleeves then replaces with 'McDonalds' and ANZ Bank' logo on 2009 season.


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Australia WC 2010 fonts set

Australia World Cup 2010 team font the 6th set for the NIKE collection , that will be join in South Korea font to completed the series. For the home kits the player set has a green and away in yellow printing on the back of the shirts. Same combination colour on the leg of the shorts.





Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Never say never-replica version

This Australia national team home/away shirts for replica version bit different from the Player version. The Nike swoosh logo and the hybrid of Australian Coat of Arms and Australian FA logo were embroided onto the shirt, the later in a shield. At the bottom of the shirt is the Dri-fit embroidery, and the black Nike security tag. At the back of the collar is the AUSTRALIA tag printed in PU material.

On the inside of the Socceroos shirt, on the reverse of the team badge near the heart, is Nike's 'Inner Pride graphic'. The inspirational crest and graphic reads "Never Say Never", and has been designed by Australian based graphic studio Pandarosa, to reflect the heritage and unique football culture of Australia.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Australia WC 2010 away kits

Fot the 2010 World Cup, Nike have designed new Australia Football Kit to represent the heritage and unique football culture of the nation. The innovative uniform is designed to keep the players drier, cooler and more comfortable to allow them to maintain an optimum body temperature and perform at their best on the field. With improved Nike Dri-Fit fabric, which is 13 percent lighter than before, players can stay drier by drawing sweat to the outside of the garment where it evaporates.There are also ventilation zones on each side of the jersey – up to 200 tiny laser cut holes – so air can pass across a player’s whole torso to keep him cooler.

The same design is retained for Socceroos away shirt is mostly Navy Blue. This blue shirt was used by the Australia national team as the away kit for two years, between 2010 and 2012. The top quarter of the shirt and sleeves are dark blue. There is a yellow band running across the top of the chest and across the bottom of the sleeves. The team badge is on he left of the chest and the makers Nike trademark Swoosh logo on the right in yellow.
1. The Australia away kits was worn for just one match in whole tournament. Lost to GERMANY 4-0 at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban ( First round, Group D, 13 June 2010 )

Monday, July 26, 2010

Australia WC 2010 home kits

Australia national football team or its official nickname is the "Socceroos" which switched from the Oceania Football Confederation in January 2006 to become invitee members of the ASEAN Football Federation in a bid to raise standards and provide more competitive fixtures. The Socceroos have appeared in two previous finals (1974 and 2006). Australia have been drawn in Group D of the 2010 World Cup in which the Socceroos will have to face Germany, Ghana and Serbia. Australia opening match played against Germany on 14 June 2010 at Durban, but was defeated 4–0 by Germany. Australia's second group match against Ghana resulted in a draw of 1–1 and their last match Australia defeated Serbia 2–1, but failed to advance to the knockout stage.

The home shirt design it is made out in their world famous yellow colour with green. Made from 100% polyester using Nike's Dri-Fit fabric technology and is a short sleeved design with a v-shaped neckline. The sleeves are green and extend to the shoulders and collar. The top green part of the shirt is separated from the bottom part by a white horizontal stripe, feature there will be a yellow detail on the sleeves. The team badge is on the left of the chest and the makers Nike trademark Swoosh logo has a green colour and sits on the right side of the chest, the text 'AUSTRALIA' at the back of the neck and green player printing.

Matches in which AUSTRALIA wore with the home kits.
1. Drew GHANA 1-1 at Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg ( First round, Group D,
19 June 2010 )
2. Beat SERBIA 2-1 at Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit ( First round, Group D, 23 June 2010 )

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Oranje Leeuwen

Like the others Nike team kits, On the inside of the 2010 Holland both Home/Away football shirt, on the reverse of the team badge near the heart, is Nike's 'Inner Pride graphic'. The inspirational crest and graphic reads 'Oranje Leeuwen' which is Dutch for Lions Of Orange, and has been designed by Amsterdam based graphic artist Lennard Schuurmans.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Holland WC2010 Home kits

Netherlands 2010 Fifa World Cup home kits will be used until 2012 has a traditional orange colour, with a black collar, white stripes on the sides, black details near the hems of the sleeves, a white Nike Swoosh on the right side of the chest, the text 'NEDERLAND' at the back of the neck and black player printing. The complementary shorts are black with white sides ( also worn with change of orange shorts ), and the new home socks are orange with a black band near the top.

Matches in which Netherlands wore with the home kits with black shorts and orange socks.
1. Beat DENMARK 2-0 at Soccer City, Johannesburg
( First round, Group E, 14 June 2010 )
2. Beat JAPAN 1-0 at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
( First round, Group E, 19 June 2010 )
3. Beat SLOVAKIA 2-1 at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban ( round of 16, 28 June 2010 )
4. Beat BRAZIL 2-0 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth ( Quarter-finals, 2 July 2010 )

Matches in which Netherlands wore with the home kits with orange shorts and socks.
1. Beat URUGUAY 3-2 at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town ( Semi-finals, 6 July 2010 )
2. Lost SPAIN 1-0 at Soccer City, Johannesburg ( Finals, 11 July 2010 )


Thursday, July 22, 2010

Holland WC2010 team kits

The FIFA World Cup 2010 Netherlands were drawn into Group E alongside Denmark, Cameroon and Japan. The Dutch team went on to secure a 100 percent record in their World Cup 2010 qualification campaign, winning all eight games and becoming the first European team to qualify for the World Cup. Netherlands won 2–0 against Denmark in their opener at the World Cup. On June 19th, the Dutch beat Japan 1–0 and at the end it was 2–1 victory after Slovakia. The Dutch advanced to the semifinals with a 2-1 victory over the favoured Brazilians. Semi-final the Dutch beat Uruguay 3–2 to advance to their first World Cup final since 1978, then Holland lost the final to Spain with a score of 1–0 after extra time.

The new Netherlands away Nike shirt has a white base colour, with a white chevron on the chest, flanked by a red edge at the top and a blue edge at the bottom, making it look like the flag of the country. The team badge is on the left of the chest and the makers Nike trademark Swoosh logo has a blue colour and sits on the right side of the chest when worn, on the white chevron. On the back of the Shirt's neck is a graphic that reads 'NEDERLAND' and blue player printing. The shirt will be worn with blue shorts and white socks.

Matches in which Netherlands wore with the Away kits.
1. Beat CAMEROON 2-1 at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town ( First round, Group E, 24 June 2010 )

Friday, July 16, 2010

Nike GK World Cup kits

The Nike goalkeeper kits sketch, the player version.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

New Zealand WC2010 keeper kits

These two days I'm too tired, much spent of my time on movie. Wake-up with these Nike New Zealand keeper kits. During the world FIFA world Cup tournament

The home goalkeeper kit green, apart from the sleeves and top bands of the socks that will be a darker shade of green. New Zealand with a short sleeves jersey instead of the long-sleeves shirts. The Green shirts were worn on the all home match.

More detailed image I'm posted later.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

New Zealand WC2010 team kits

With the nicknamed the All Whites the Champions 2008 OFC Nations Cup, New Zealand
progressed to a two-legged playoff against the fifth placed AFC nation, Bahrain to qualified the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, second World Cup after the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain.
At the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, All Whites were drawn into Group F alongside Italy, Paraguay and Slovakia. New Zealand earned its first point in World Cup in its first group match against Slovakia draw 1-1. It went on to draw 1-1 against reigning World Champions Italy and 0-0 against Paraguay. By scoring three points, New Zealand was eliminated from the tournament, but finished third in their group over one of the tournament favourites Italy.

New Zealand new Nike Home kits has a traditional design to conjure up the pride that comes with playing for the New Zealand 'All Whites', and is in contrast to the New Zealand national rugby union team known as the 'All Blacks'. The shirt has a white colour, with a small black design near the hem of each sleeve. It has a V-neck collar, and the text ‘New Zealand’ at the back of the neck. The complementary shorts and socks are also white. This kit will be used in the matches against Slovakia and Italy.

The Away same design as home iconic all-black colourway is only interrupted by white flashes on the sleeve, and the Nike and New Zealand logos.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Font Collection-WC Nike team

I have a good and bad news here regarding these Nike World Cup sets.
The good news, you can download free in tff. formats through these links http://abfonts.freehostia.com/worked and courtesy by TOTO. Please keep noticed I've updated the Holland font sets and the letters.

Ok the bad news, maybe you will bit disappoitment on the tff. formats output (I'm learned that, there are problem to make the finishing jobs on the dot part).

Anyway, these vector formats Nike sets collection still missing the Australia team numbers that included on the Font Set PACK 2 collection.

USA WC 2010 font sets




It's time for me to continued the World Cup 2010 team kits again, these time few of my worked with the helped of my fellow artist BRIAN GUNDELL.

For the USA team player letter/numbers, I'm provided with the away (in white) sets.




Thursday, July 8, 2010

USA WC 2010 team kits

The FIFA World Cup 2010 United States were drawn into Group C alongside England, Algeria and USA. Only England and the United States had previously met at a World Cup: in 1950, After tying matches against England (1–1) and Slovenia (2–2), USA beat Algeria through an injury time goal and thus won Group C, the first
time that the USA has won its World Cup group since 1930. As group winners, the United States advanced to face Group D runners-up, Ghana, and lost 2-1 make USA was eliminated from the tournament.

The brand new United States football jersey has a great design with a diagonal stripe adorning the front. The diagonal stripe is an important feature, as it references the US National Team Jersey of the 1950 World Cup team. On the back of the Shirt's neck is a graphic that reads 'USA', while inside the neck is a graphic of a coiled rattlesnake.

Matches in which United States wore with the home kits.
1.vs ALGERIA ( First round, Group C, 23 June 2010 )
2.vs GHANA ( Round 16, 26 June 2010 )
Matches in which United States wore with the Away kits.
1.vs SLOVENIA ( First round, Group C, 18 June 2010 )
2.vs ENGLAND ( First Round, Group C, 12 June 2010 )

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Font collection - Slovenia & Serbia



The fourth Nike football font from me for the Nike collection these week. The players jersey numbers for team Slovenia and Serbia at the FIFA World Cup 2010 tournaments.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Slovenia WC 2010 Updated

Please refer the previous Slovenian team kits illustrate, I'm add with the Away kits. For today posted few detailed graphic basically for all the Nike template for the team at FIFA World Cup 2010.

At the moment I'm draft with the Match version kits, next the replica version for you all.








Sunday, July 4, 2010

Slovenia WC 2010 team badge

Another significant detail of Slovenian jerseys is a weaved-in signature on the inner surface of the FA logo - right across the players’ heart is a message that only the players see when they pull the shirt over their head. It reads "SRCE BIJE ZA SLOVENIJO" (Heart beats for Slovenia).

The bold and edgy font face symbolizes the bold and edgy peaks of Slovenia's highest mountains and has been designed by Slovenia based graphic studio Gregor Zakelj, to inspire national culture and identity within the Slovenian players and fans.

Slovenia WC 2010 team kits

Entered the tournament for the first time at 2002 World Cup, the FIFA World Cup 2010 Slovenia were drawn into Group C alongside England, Algeria and USA. Slovenia won their opening game against Algeria in Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane 1–0. In their second game against the United States, Slovenia were drew 2–2 and in their last match in the preliminary round, Slovenia lost to England 0–1 by a goal from Jermain Defoe. Because the United States beat Algeria with the only goal scored in the 92nd minute of the match, the Slovenian team was eliminated.

Nike and Slovenia have been partners for more than three years, for the 2010 FIFA World Cup would see the return of Triglav silhouette on the chest impression with its zig-zag stripe of Slovenian jerseys appear at 2002 World Cup. Representative of Slovenia's highest peak Mount Triglav, appears in green over the chest. Together with the depiction of the national symbol, the green colour symbolizes the nature and green forests. The shirt is a short sleeved design with a v-shaped neckline and is made from 100% polyester using Nike's unique Dri-Fit fabric technology. Both, home and away jersey, have the word "Slovenija" on the outer side of the collar.
The number and player's name on the back of the jersey are made from a special porous material, which makes the jersey even more airy and light. But the biggest difference from the previous jerseys now is Nike's awareness for the nature, as the jersey itself is an ecological innovation, made our of recycled polyester. Each jersey is therefore made out of approximately eight plastic bottles, and designed in a way that it offers airiness and the biggest possible comfort, putting its part into a mosaic of a good performance the players in Nike's jerseys put in for Slovenian team.

The Slovenian away kits was worn for just one match in whole tournament against ALGERIA at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane. First Round, 13 June, 2010.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

World Cup 2010, South Africa patch

South Africa was selected as host the 2010 FIFA World Cup is the 19th FIFA World Cup, in 15 May 2004, beating Morocco and Egypt in a bidding process open only to African nations. Africa was chosen as the host for the 2010 World Cup as part of a short-lived policy, to rotate the event among football confederations.

Five African nations placed bids to host the 2010 World Cup: Egypt, Morocco, South Africa and a joint bid from Libya and Tunisia. The finals tournament sees 736 players representing 32 teams compete for the World Cup trophy in games held in ten stadiums across South Africa.

Here the 2010 FIFA World Cup graphic ilustrations emblem/logo that patch on the right sleeve during the final and qualifiers tournaments. The official logo identity is unique, vibrant and dynamic, graphically encapsulating the African continent while more intimately dipping into South Africa's rich and colourful heritage for inspiration. The graphic figure strikes a resemblance to the earliest rock art paintings for which south Africa famous. This figure is caught in mid-action performing a bicycle kick - a style of play that captures the flair of African football. The figure is lucid, energetic and indirectly illustrates an inherent passion for the beautiful game. It is kicking a football upwards - an invitation from Africa to other nations of the world to join the game and the actual ball is a modern representation of a football, suggesting that it belongs to FIFA. And for the first time ever, this ball that has traveled across the globe will touch African soil. The colourful backdrop behind the figure represents the South African national flag. The ‘swishes' extend upwards, from south to north, reaching out to the world. They embody the energy, diversity and fiery passion of our country, and they symbolise the rise of the rainbow nation. Feature typeface is an original creation that reflects personality and reinforces the idea that in South Africa we do things uniquely. It is playful, na├»ve and free-spirited. It is also bold, welcoming and friendly.

Sources : FIFA World Cup.com