Cool & Fabulous
Most cycling clothing is really technical and sporty. With the freedom to design a cycling jersey to be however I wanted, I created a design that was more fun. This simple, minimalist design is inspired by the classic ice lolly, which will be fun to wear in the summer.View
Inspired by nature in summer adventures and the wildness of Argyll.View
A sweeping lakeside road beneath Patagonian mountains. It is inspired by a personal cycling expedition across South America.View
Jessica Nina Butler
This design was inspired by kinetic sculptures focusing on the details of moving shadows and line.View
After a recent trip to Venice, I was extremely inspired by the mosaics in many of the churches. I was also drawn to the vibrant colours of the houses on the island of Burano. Through painting and collaging I have combined the structured geometric mosaic patterns with the bright colours seen on Burano.View
Morning Mountains 360+
Take yourself to the summit with this classy cutting-edge design, inspired by stunning natural landscapes.View
This print design was inspired by 1980s video game graphics; focusing particularly on the repetitive, geometric landscapes.View
The cactus creature design was created to inspire & motivate cyclists to endure & sustain the harshest of conditions - like these unique species, to survive.View
old english, new style
this is a screen print that i made using several different layers. i used bright neon colours and aimed to produce something visually striking, abstract and different to what's on the market. i wanted this to be a piece that women feel comfortable in but also stylish and i think that's what i've done!
Staff Thoughts: Beautiful layering of colours in this abstract designView
We come in Peace
After 7 years, my wife still thinks I look as a alien in my cycling gear.
Staff Thoughts: Nice 'eighties colour and graphics!View
This design was inspired by a distorted blend of images which informed my use of colour and texture; resulting in a layered gravel effect with supporting flashes of colour.View
Since 1957 (Sputnik I), mankind has launched thousands of rockets to put satellites and other objects in orbit. There are more than 8000 objects in orbit now, including operational, non-operational, rocket bodies, and debris. They can be tracked with Orbitron
Staff Thoughts: Enchanting astrological designView
OMG MY EYES
Is that a merman in your pockets?View
A piece heavily inspired by tropical landscapes, pop art and designers like McQueenView
Having fantasic fun with fuzzy feline furballs
Staff Thoughts: Nice to see some photographic images being used in this design!View
A grey scale design inspired by a-symmetry and geometry.
Staff Thoughts: Suave and sophisticated. One for the gentleman cyclistView
Epic Terrain – Dark
The design is based on the idea of a terrain map . It has been distorted so as to not be recognisable as any specific place. The colours were chosen to give a feel of the earth without relying on the typical colours of green or blue.View
My mission to brighten up the roads with a splash of floral and colour. Motto: Standout and be seen!
Staff Thoughts: Floral in a way that hasn't been seen in cycling beforeView
Inspired by the mosaic interiors of Moroccan bazaars
Staff Thoughts: Beautiful blues to the front and a high-visibility, snow white panel at the rear. Très chicView
Soft pinks and understated greys
Staff Thoughts: Neat balance between understated chest panel and explosion of design motifs on the rearView
Staff Thoughts: 'Busy' chest panel balanced by the minimalist back. A jersey of tough halvesView
Dots for days. Lines for climbs.View
Citrus colours and a floral motif contrast with black and white panels and pink sleeve hems.
Staff Thoughts: Designs that contrast without jarring - a delicate balance.View
The cycling Xmas jumper that can't be missed. Turn me around to see Santa!
Staff Thoughts: Brings the Christmas jumper to cycling!View