This head was dyed for a player on the Elizabethtown Womens Lacrosse Team. Elizabethtown College recently created a new logo so I wanted to incorporate the new logo and text into the dye.
Excellence begins in the offseason and Glory Hound has developed a series of motivational balls to help get your butt up and on the field to put in the practice time needed to reach your potential. Based on Bushido, the ancient code of the Samurai Warrior, these balls feature the Samurai symbol along with one of the character traits necessary for success.
Being from Michigan I guess I am biased to my own state, but with that said, I must say that it definitely isn’t easy for any program to get started from the ground up in any area that already has powerhouse teams. Well, that’s just what Nick Zoroya, the head coach at Skyline High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan took on when he became the coach at the new high school.
For this episode of Lax County Choppers the guys at Stylin Strings trick out their first pro sponsored stick. Jake Byrne won 2 national championships at Hopkins and now plays on the LXM Pro tour. Jake contacted SS with an idea of an Irish theme with an inside out type dye.
These custom Empire gloves from Maverik will be worn by the Adrenaline Tropics club team this season. Based in San Diego, the Tropics gear is strongly influenced by the Flint Tropics however adding their own touch of SoCal style.
A goalie came to me asking to dye his Brine Money goalie stick with a tiger stripe theme. He wanted the colors on the head to be Orange and Black and I immediately had the final product pre visualized in my head. I wanted a Bright Orange underneath a Dark Black. This dye job is fairly simple, with a ferocious outcome!
Lacrosse is not just a sport, it’s a lifestyle. Epoch Lacrosse understands this philosophy and wishes to pay tribute to this with a new, innovative lacrosse brand. Epoch carries with it a unique brand strategy, catering to those who are ambassadors of the game, both on and off the ﬁeld.
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.