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Some people were put on this planet for a specific purpose. Beethoven was created to play piano. Einstein was created to think. Michael Jordan was made to play basketball. I have always felt as if I was made to be a designer...

My love for sports design started when I was 5 years of age. Receiving the love of spo… Read More
Some people were put on this planet for a specific purpose. Beethoven was created to play piano. Einstein was created to think. Michael Jordan was made to play basketball. I have always felt as if I was made to be a designer...

My love for sports design started when I was 5 years of age. Receiving the love of sports from my father and the urge to draw from my mother, I found bliss combining the two formed my favorite hobby.

I completed my first design job at the age of 15 for a local club. My fictional series: "Rebranding the NHL" has become quite popular with hockey fans all over the globe, bringing about a small portion of internet fame. During the summer of '09, I was hired to resign my first professional team: The Quad City Mallards of the International Hockey League. Now at the age of 21, I am a full time graphic design student and have been blessed enough to have my designs appear all over the internet. I have even found one of my logos on the mask of an NHL goalkeeper, which was quite exciting...

One of my most valuable assets is the idea of being a "Designer Athlete". Because of my past and current background in athletics (NAIA soccer player as well as a multi-sport athlete in high school), I know what athletes like; what makes them feel good and proud to wear a design.

While I specialize in sports branding, I do not limit myself to sports. I have slowly expanded into the world of corporate branding, a new adventure for me. While there are a few differences between the two, I try to take the same mental approach into corporate branding as I take into sports design: what is my client trying to communicate with his identity and what is the best way to bring that idea to the forefront?

If you feel that you could be interested in my services, feel free to shoot me an e-mail at: mkdesign@rocketmail.com

God bless,

- Matt Kauzlarich Read Less
Member Since: Sep 3, 2009