Nike Basketball: #COUNTONKOBE
Count on the sun to shine. Count on the rain to fall. Count on snakes to bite. Count on grass to grow. Count your blessings. Count on Kobe.
The NHL just might start Nov. 2nd.
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Photographer Jay L. Clendenin got to take shots of the U.S Olympians using two cameras. The Left shot is with a vintage 4-by-5-inch field camera with a 100-plus-year-old Petzval lens and the right is shot with a modern day camera. The final out come is pretty amazing. Via
(Source: Los Angeles Times)
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Peter Chen is creating one-off portraits of iconic baseball players from the 1970s and 80s in the style of now vintage jumbotron images. The print method is pretty interesting: a grid of circle dots is printed on black paper with a laser printer, creating a black-on-black effect, and then a manual gold foil treatment is applied for the portrait. via
Amazing sport illustrations, the detail is incredible
Leafs are #1 in the league and we have the two top scorers in the NHL. Just saying
Imagine haha lets hope if it happened their wasn’t a fourth quarter
German newspaper Die Tageszeitung, citing the excessive commercialization of sports, has announced that it will blur out all sponsor logos in the sports photos that appear in its pages.
Yet they’ll have advertisements in their paper. Sounds like a double standard to me
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