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
This print design was inspired by 1980s video game graphics; focusing particularly on the repetitive, geometric landscapes.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
Morning Mountains 360+
Take yourself to the summit with this classy cutting-edge design, inspired by stunning natural landscapes.View
Queen of Spots
Having a little fun with the "king of the mountains" polkadot jersey.
Staff Thoughts: A confirmed case of the measles. Medicine in shorts supplyView
Schnittlauch & Spring Onions
With herbal notes, this is something for vegan cyclists on a free-range banana diet.
Staff Thoughts: Fifty shades of green. No vegetables were harmed in the making of this jersey...View
A grey scale design inspired by a-symmetry and geometry.
Staff Thoughts: Suave and sophisticated. One for the gentleman cyclistView
Match the top with an asymmetric and geometric grey scale design for the bottoms
Staff Thoughts: Elegant and sophisticated.View
Sun kissed gradients with a helping of flamingos, palm trees and tropical fruit
Staff Thoughts: A jersey to wear on the hottest summer dayView
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
My house number!
Staff Thoughts: Upside down '13' on the rear to ward off bad luck, in the style of the most superstitious pro cyclistView
Staff Thoughts: Rear pocket design is intriguing mix of skull design and floral motif. Intriguing!View
Staff Thoughts: 'Busy' chest panel balanced by the minimalist back. A jersey of tough halvesView
Bold gradient inspired by the colours of twilight
Staff Thoughts: Understated, but arresting. A classy jersey for a summer rideView
Staff Thoughts: Approach with caution!View
Staff Thoughts: Sweetheart motif contributes to military feel of solid green body. A blend of brawn and beautyView
Pantone Tetris Espresso
Inspired by Pantone's popular colour matching devices, this design focusses predominantly on warm, dark coffee notes with a light crema.
Staff Thoughts: Coffee and cycling make excellent bedfellows. Here's a design to please the most caffeinated cyclistView
Pantone Tetris Strawberry Icecream Confetti
Inspired by Pantone's popular colour matching devices, this design focusses on cool shades of red with blue confetti sprinkles.
Staff Thoughts: Serve with cream? Or long miles on a beautiful day? Good for either, perhapsView
Sweat, juicy and slightly furry round the edges.
Staff Thoughts: Different and distinctive. Bold design from soft colours. Good enough to eat!View
Inspired by the patterns and colour palettes of 90's tv show title sequences
Staff Thoughts: Playful and inventiveView
A bold, geomteric pattern with contemporary colour palette
Staff Thoughts: Elegant and distinctive. Unusual pattern and colour usage, but none the worse for itView
Staff Thoughts: Black on yellow or yellow on black? Subtle change of colour balance front and rear. Clever!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