French artist behind the All Blacks shirt

French artist behind the All Blacks shirt

Friday, September 8 at 9:15 p.m The Blues face the All Blacks at the Stade de France (Seine-Saint-Denis). The All Blacks jersey was unveiled at the time, and will be worn throughout the competition. Except it's not exactly the same as other years.

In reality, This black t-shirt was redesigned by a French guy named Fey The Wolf. Being an underground artist from Paris, he was approached by Adidas to conceptualize the triple world champions jersey. The black color specialist explains to RTL what his aesthetic choice is: “I took the New Zealand fern design to make it a one-line fern.”He explains.

He chose a single pencil stroke to “symbolize the unity of the team.” Fifteen ferns are painted on the New Zealander's shirt, a reference to the 15 players in one of the best teams in the world. The artist says he is “looking forward to seeing them perform the haka” on Friday. As for the result of the match and his desire to see France or New Zealand win, He says he “wins either way.”.

Fey The Wolf (right, next to RTL journalist) designed the new All Blacks jersey

Credit: Julian Vautrat

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