Paris Saint-Germain’s legal threats against rapper M.I.A illustrate how footballs biggest clubs and stars ignore human rights violations and humanitarian crisis over commercialism.
Crest Love #15 takes a closer look at Zlatan’s Paris Saint-Germain.
French graphic designer Tyrsa teamed up with Swedish typographer Martin Schmetzer to design tattoos of 50 different names tattoed on Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s body which he displayed after scoring against Caen in Ligue 1 in support of World Food Programme, the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide.
As part of Nike’s #DareToZlatan campaign which saw the Swedish star take to Twitter this week, the PSG hitman released a series of greeting cards to send to your vanquished opponents.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the man we must shackle if we are to have any chance of taking something from Stockholm. With a career that’s taken in some of the world’s top clubs, Ireland will be up against it to stifle the Swedish captain, but our own form striker Robbie Keane’s record measures favourably against the PSG hit-man.
Paris Saint Germain have revealed the design of their new crest which will be officially launched at the beginning of next season. The French giant, under President Nasser Al-Khelaif, continues to reposition itself among football’s major players with the signing of ‘Brand Beckham’ and now the launch of a new logo the latest steps in maximising global exposure.