With 4th editions of London Open and Karlsruhe Greifmasters tournaments soon approaching and Hell’s Belles coming into it’s 3rd year, we take a look back at the iconic poster art of these much loved tournaments.
When we started Cosmic in 2009, we knew we needed an identity which would describe how we played (wanted to) and felt about bike polo. We started looking into Egyptian mythology for inspiration. And the Eye of Horus instantly made sense to us, so we set about creating a relevant logo based around the eye symbol.
Nearly 5 years on from the original Cosmic Eye logo we feel it’s as relevant as ever. And as we begin the next evolution of Cosmic, we thought it would be fun to look back at our timeline and see how the EYEconic logo has changed.
Highlights from the 3rd / 4th play off game between Spring Break (UK) vs True Danger (France).
Call Me Daddy (France) went into the tournament final against Edisons (Germany) unbeaten, meaning Edisons would have to beat CMD twice in order to become European Champions.
Edisons beat CMD in the first game, forcing a rematch, which CMD then won, crowning them Champions for a 2nd year in a row.
Our Cosmic team jersey providers, Miltag, recently worked with London’s Brick Lane Bikes, on a special project creating a limited edition cycle jersey and water bottle…
The graphics are rather tongue -in-cheek but the message is serious.
In Miltag’s own words;
“The inspiration for the design came from our mutual love for the more psychedelic pro jerseys of the past and the constant pharmaceutical cloud that hangs over our sport. However, our message is simple, we believe in “Looking dope, not using dope”.”
The jersey and bottle are available to purchase now over at the Miltag shop.
This deserves posting….