Since Nike took control of the kits in the NBA, fan designs, in a constant drip, have not stopped happening. The disappearance of the classic binomial ‘local’ and ‘visitor’ to extend the spectrum to four kits whose use will respond to the exclusive will of the team that plays at home.

And as always, it will be impossible to appeal to everyone’s tastes. Some will like Nike kits more, others less; What is undeniable is that the brand is looking to please, trying to mix freshness with melancholy, and thus satisfy the fan and customer in its broadest spectrum.

The thing is Nike doesn’t reach the levels of risk, color, and aesthetic rupturism that we are getting used to by Mikey Halim, better known by his Instagram username @srelix, and in whose profile he has been hanging his last work for weeks, taking advantage of his graphic design skills.

His own version of the clothes of the 30 current franchises of the NBA, and one extra that doesn’t exist anymore (Seattle SuperSonics) but could soon make a comeback into existence.


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A final compilation of every single jersey I've designed in my NBA jersey redesign project. Over 60 hours went into this project, and I'm proud with the outcome. Comment down your favorite jersey! | @nba | @nike | SWIPE LEFT! ____________________________________________________ Thanks to everyone that's supported me through this project, you guys gave me the little bit of extra motivation to finish this. Shoutout to @sportstemplates for the amazing mockup that allowed me to unleash my creativity and make all these jerseys. ____________________________________________________ Interested in buying high quality sports templates? Check out @sportstemplates and their website – use my code "SRELIX" for 10% off 🔥🍇 ____________________________________________________ #nba #posterizes #bball #basketball #ballislife #dunk #thisiswhyweplay #nbafans #nbaart #artwork #nike #photoshop #br #kingjames #Warriors #lebron #jerseyconcept #l4l #like4like #l4f #espn

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In his Instagram account – click here – you have access to each of the designs, individually and on a much more enjoyable scale. Here are our favorites:

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