How an Artist's Love for Sportswear Started the 'Football Strip Concepts'

With snippets of FIFA 18 fits.

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Angelo Trofa, a London-based designer and illustrator, has always dreamed of bringing his handcrafted football kits to real life. Ever since his first issue publication of Football Strip Concepts in 2009, Trofa and his work have gained attention by companies such as MR PORTER and Nike for his sportswear designs, and most notably EA Sports, who has approached Trofa to design football kits for FIFA 17 and FIFA 18.

For the magazine’s fifth volume, Trofa showcases his designs for sportswear and the range that has been brought to life. In addition, Volume 5 includes a range of interviews and features the artist has done with notable people in the field such as 2006 Italy World Cup kit designer Rob Warner, BeInSport commentator Andres Cordero, and illustrator Stan Chow, along with editorials centered around the art of the football kit.

Limited to 150 copies for sale, you can now purchase the fifth volume of Football Strip Concepts now on Trofa’s website for £14 GBP (approximately $18 USD).

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