A little while ago I was contacted by an old high school teammate of mine, Danny Glading, to dye up some 1Love themed heads for him, Ken Clausen, and Brian Carroll so they can show there love and support for the foundation. He asked to have them in their current team colors: Bayhawks and Outlaws. Read More…
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I came up with this concept when I first became aware of the GYM TAN LAX gear at the 2011 Final Four game through a mutual friend from the Florida region. My original intention was to simply dye a bunch of white sticks with the logo on the stick and then I was able to get my hands on some heads. Read More…
My pal, Jason, emailed me a while back requesting a new batch of East Coast Conditioning heads dyed and strung up. Here are four of the six.
This past weekend I was given a fresh new Chrome head courtesy of @Smittylax and I was able to produce this beauty. It was originally a straight Chrome Evo Pro 2.0 and now its a work of art.
I was contacted by Hopkins middie John Ranagan to come up with a fresh dye for him during Hopkins run at the tournament. He was really into the camo style that I did for him previously so I wanted to keep that theme in the new one but add a new element: the White out.
Team Red, White & Blue is playing in an upcoming tournament and asked if I could dye a couple heads with the logo and the theme of the website, www.teamrwb.com. The pattern originated with a simple White out design with the logos cut out on the inside of the head.
I was recently invited to play in the Goals for Good game again this year to help raise money for the Alzhiemer’s Association. So this year to help out as much as I could I decided to dye two Maverik Bull heads and have them auctioned off to raise money for the cause.
I was recently asked to dye a Maryland Steamers themed head. This one wasn’t going to be anything too crazy and it actually turned out looking better than I had anticipated.