In celebration of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the graphic designer and sports fan Mark Avery Kenny decided to re-imagine how all 30 National Hockey League logos would look like if they included mascots based on characters from “The Simpsons.”
He posted the results on his Instagram account, @ak47_studios, and the designs are really quite clever.
Here’s the god-fearing Ned Flanders as a New Jersey Devil:
And here’s an amazing fusion of Marge Simpson’s hair and the St. Louis Blues’ logo:
Scroll down to see some of our other favourites from the series.
Philadelphia Flyers (who are nicknamed “The Broad Street Bullies):
You can see the rest of Kenny’s designs on his Instagram page.
Kenny’s work follows his previous work re-imagining NBA logos as Super Mario characters and NFL logos as cereal mascots like Cap’n Crunch.
And he’s not the first designer to use sports logos as a muse. In the past year and change, we’ve chronicled the artist Dave Rappoccio’s efforts to tweak NFL logos to show how they would look if they were hipster, British, and overweight.
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