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Artist based football shirts by LACASACA

While nice designs come and go, there really aren’t many football kits that will go down in history as genuine works of art (the 1994 Scunthorpe away shirt being an obvious exception).

However, keen to introduce a bit of classical finery to the heavily-templated world of football strip design, LACASACA have produced a portfolio of concept football shirts – taking pre-existing kits (Barcelona, PSG, etc) and redesigning them using famous pieces by the great and the good of the art world.

Each separate jersey design is based on a famous artwork by a world-renowned artist directly related to the country or city that each team represents.

For example, the Netherlands kit is redesigned using Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, while Barcelona’s shirt takes inspiration from one of the Catalan city’s most famous native sons, Joan Miro.

Elsewhere, the Boca Juniors shirt is given the Quinquela Martin treatment, New York Cosmos’ features a trademark Jackson Pollock splatter, PSG’s has Claude Monet’s Bastille Day daubed across the front and Malaga’s strip pays loving homage to the one and only Pablo Picasso.

All of the #ArtistBasedShirts are achingly beautiful and can all be viewed over at the LACASACA online gallery.


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