Uni Watch Blog Digest for the Week Ending Nov. 10, 2023
One-stop shopping for the past week of Uni Watch Blog content.
Hello! Here’s what’s been happening on the Uni Watch Blog this week:
Saturday, Nov. 4
Contributor Chris Diamond continued his presentation of monochromatic MLB uniform concepts.
Sunday, Nov. 5
Phil had his usual Sunday Morning Uni Watch report on Saturday’s college football uni news.
Monday, Nov. 6
Here’s this week’s Monday Morning Uni Watch report on Sunday’s NFL uni news.
I took a field trip to the flagship MLB Shop in Manhattan to check out Nike’s new jersey template.
Tuesday, Nov. 7
There’s a brilliantly obsessive website devoted to the history of tennis ball can design, which is more interesting than you might think.
The new Uni Watch mascots, Waffles and Biscuit, took their first visit to the vet.
The Steelers will wear their popular block-number throwbacks this Sunday against the Packers.
Wednesday, Nov. 8
Chromatic chutzpah: The Eagles are looking to trademark the phrase “Kelly green.”
Speaking of the NFL and green, the Packers are bringing back their 1950s throwback uni for another go-round this season.
Thursday, Nov. 9
The Seahawks have been moving away from their usual mono-navy home uni combo this season.
The Red Sox are bringing back their City Connect uniform for a fourth season, and will give the design its own day of the week.
And I hope you saw my faaaaascinating interview here on Substack with an industry insider who provided a behind-the-scenes look at how teams sell ad patches to brands.
Friday, Nov. 10
Uni Watch and I are featured in a new uni-centric film made by the NFL.
I also appeared on a podcast, where I talked about an upstate New York food delicacy.
Uni Watch News Tickers
In addition to the articles I just linked to, we also had the Uni Watch News Ticker — our daily roundup of news items from across the uni-verse. Here are the Tickers for Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
That’s it for this week. Thanks for reading Uni Watch!
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