DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay talks John Devlin again about the latter's True Colours books, the passing of Johan Cruyff and there's still time to discuss the new Nike England kits a little more.
DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay chats to author, graphic designer and illustrator John Devlin about the newly launched Nike England Home and Away kits for Euro 2016. The new releases are dissected and appraised in the context of the England kit's history and the evolution of kit design in general.
DesignFootball.com's Jay talks to his old sparring partner Denis Hurley, in an Irish/St Patrick's Day special. Being discussed are the new Ireland shirt, GAA jerseys and Irish sports design history.
DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay talks, again, with Martin Le Roy, on the subject of football crests. Making up a growing proportion of the site's uploads, crests earned their day in the podcast sun.
DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay again speaks to Irish sports journalist Denis Hurley, this time on the subject of overlap and contrasts of approach in rugby (union) and football, all in the context of - largely, kit - design.
Professional kit designer Jason Lee (freelance; formerly of adidas and Hummel) talks to DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay about what it takes to design kits for a living. Jason also divulges one or two secrets from the industry...
DesignFootball.com'sJay chats again with John Devlin (True Colours), this time on the subject of kit sponsorship, as Kettering Town celebrate the 40th anniversary of their introduction of the phenomenon into the British game.
DesignFootball.com's blogger Jay is this time honoured by the presence of The Football Attic's Chris Oakley, to look over some of the big football design events of 2015 and speculate on what might happen in the year to come.