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’47 Global Artist Project

The Global Artist Project is a unique expression of ’47’s sports licensed headwear and apparel delivered through the creative lenses of artists from around the world. In response to the growing popularity of Major League Baseball abroad, ’47 tapped into Monorex — an international collective of creative talent — to enlist artists who could carry out ’47’s vision of bringing fresh, authentic and original designs to the global sports lifestyle community. The artwork submitted now proudly lives on ’47’s premier headwear and apparel, as one of our most unique and exciting offerings to date. Six MLB teams are represented in...

NE Revs X ’47

Delighting fans and pushing the game of soccer forward, players are known for injecting creativity into their style of play. Inspired by this approach, we aimed to capture this same creativity off the field with a special project. As a proud partner of the MLS, we teamed up with Jermaine Jones, Lee Nguyen, Kevin Alston and Darrius Barnes of the New England Revolution to develop a special edition headwear collection. Using premium fabrics and a variety of Revs logos, our designers worked intimately with each player to bring his unique style to ‘47 headwear. The only shot to score a...

Introducing Gypsy Sport

Driven by the entrepreneurial spirit of our founders, we collaborate with those who share our passion for creativity and innovation. These qualities are clear in Gypsy Sport. Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport’s “athleisure” aesthetic is born out of designer Rio Uribe’s obsession with sport logos and jerseys. By deconstructing these familiar elements, Rio creates something new that is grounded in sport and yet distinctly unconventional. Gypsy Sport’s...

Last week, Secret Walls touched down on the white sandy beaches of Honolulu and put on a special show for the 5th annual Pow! Wow! Hawaii mural festival. This year’s festival was the biggest to date, with 42 visiting artists and 39 local artists all busting out walls in Kaka’ako (the festival hub) and around the city. #SecretWalls capped off the week with a 90-minute live painting battle featuring top artists from around the world. Check out this video and cool pics from their trip to the tropics. Special thanks to: @SecretWalls, @PowwowHawaii. Photo cred: Fidel Hart, Hae Jin Yi,...

For many of us who grew up watching football, we were first introduced to Roman numerals through Super Bowl logos. First appearing in Super Bowl V in 1970, we’ve been captivated by how the designs merged numbers with colors, cityscapes and prevailing themes of that year’s championship game. Come February 2016 though, for the first time in 40 years, the NFL will not affix Roman to the 50th Super Bowl. The logo will use the Arabic numeral 50, instead of Roman numeral “L”. But don’t panic, Roman numerals aren’t gone for good. The NFL plans to return to Roman numerals...