The Anti-Sports League is the vision of designer and entrepreneur, Glen Liberman. Glen sought to create a "league" of fictitious teams whose fans feel that "it's okay to not like sports." The goal is to unite these individuals who may not have (or want) a sports team to call their own.
On the design side, Glen collaborated with associate and friend Mark Bloom of Mash Creative to design the ASL logo, custom typeface, and team jerseys / shirts. Utilizing the bold graphic application that can be found on professional sports team apparel today, Glen and Mark created the visual aesthetic that represent the Anti-Sports League.
Logo thought process - "Glen wanted me to create a memorable marque that would essentially sum up 'anti-sports'. The finished marque has several meanings to it., firstly the hexagon is non aero-dymanic - unlike a spehere or ball so commonly used in sports, a hexagon won't roll easily and is the very opposite to an aero-dynamic shape. The second meaning is a diagonal line used to symbolise 'anti' and lastly, the initials A, S and L from 'Anti-Sports League' make up the final marque" – Mark Bloom
You can purchase the t-shirts from www.antisportsleague.com