Designing in-ice graphics for the NHL

From design considerations to application, learn how the NHL designs in-ice graphics for the Stanley Cup Playoffs via my HOW Design feature.

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Kicks and Colors: Kyrie and cake

Kyrie’s love of red velvet cake makes a new colorway for the Kyrie 2. Check out more via my Sports Illustrated Kicks &¬†Colors post here.


The science behind NFL Draft training

Preparing for the NFL Draft is more than showing off college skills and combine work, there’s an entire science behind the preparation. Learn more about EXOS and pre-draft workouts via my Popular Mechanics story here.


BMW designs carbon fiber racing wheelchair

The BMW Designworks studio in California likes to make improvements. They did just that  with a new carbon fiber racing wheelchair for Team USA. Learn more about the process and the finished product via my Popular Mechanics feature here.


Columbia sends out Directors of Toughness

Columbia enlisted the help of two adventurers to serve as Directors of Toughness, testing out gear while experience the world. Learn about their experience via my Sports Illustrated feature here.

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New Kobe 11 ties to Tinker, Jordan

As part of the Kobe 11 Muse Pack, we get a Kobe 11 designed by Tinker with ties to the Air Jordan III. Learn more via my Sports Illustrated post here.

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Sacramento Kings unveil new logo set

The NBA’s Sacramento Kings have unveiled a new logo set for next year, a tie back to when the team first came to California in 1985. Learn more via my Sports Illustrated story here.


Chargers start design process for San Diego stadium

While early in the process, the Chargers have debuted some early concept drawings for their proposed downtown San Diego stadium. Check out my Sports Illustrated post here.


Cowboys will take NFL draft to next level with new war room

The Dallas Cowboys are going all out with their new The Star facility, including a fresh state-of-the-art draft “war room.” Check out the future details via my Sports Illustrated feature here.