Posted by specialK November 26, 2012

Jeremy Kalgreen of Amorphia Apparel has created an awesome series of fake sports teams t-shirts. Called "The History League", the teams represent actual historical events or people. Jeremy has even designed t-shirts for historical team matches such as "The 14th Century Humans vs. The Bubonic Plague". The bright, vibrant designs certainly look like they could represent a college basketball or football team or an NHL team! 

Shirts and hoodies are available in several colors and sizes. The full collection of The History League can be seen & purchased here on Jeremy's Amorphia Apparel website. 


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