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Kit Designer Profile: Francesco Speranza

The 2018 K League Kit Design Challenge gave designers around the globe a chance to reimagine and outfit the K League teams we know and love with their own vision. After four round of voting on Design FootballTwitterFacebook, and Instagram, Francesco Speranza's Gyeongnam FC kit emerged the winner. To describe his process behind the kit that handily beat all comers, we asked him to offer up his own thoughts.

Hello everyone, my name is Francesco, I'm Italian and I've always had a passion for jerseys, especially for football kits. So a few years ago I started to design kits and upload them to Design Football, a site that I consider the best community for kit design.

Regarding the Gyeongnam FC kit I made for the 2018 K League Kit Design Challenge, I used the first idea that came to my mind. I thought to use a graphic element a bit more showy on the transverse band, a true identifying symbol of the kit. So I added a contrasting floral pattern and kept the basic colors of the kit the same. I find this combination of colors both very beautiful and elegant at the same time. Generally speaking, I like to bring some innovation into my designs while at the same time honoring the club's history.

I would really like to work in this field in the future. Making a real kit is a very hard job as there are so many rules to respect. It's one thing to design it in computer graphics, but another entirely to make it happen. If you're interested in more of my kits, you can find me on Behance, my blog, and of course on Design Football.

A big thanks to everyone who voted for my kit and for the opportunity you are giving me!

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