Scrivens’ old school goal mask design brought to life by Daveart

Ben Scrivens Toronto Marlies / Maple Leafs Retro Goalie Mask
Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Ben Scrivens had a plan for a back-to-basics retro design on his latest mask.

So he turned to famed Swedish painter Dave Gunnarsson of Daveart Designs to create his new look.

Bold and simple, it reminds us of the early days of mask design.

You can almost imagine Mike Palmateer roaming his crease – and often well beyond – wearing this beauty in the late 70s.

As he does with every mask he creates, Gunnarsson had a few words to share on his blog and Facebook page about the retro look he created for Scrivens:

“It was such a pleasure to create Ben Scrivens’ Leafs mask. Ben wanted to go total old school and had this awesome idea in mind. The white leaf in the middle and leaf lines around it almost like water rings.

It can’t be more old school than this, I took white and blue colors and just got started.”

Look for more on Scrivens, who is currently playing with the Marlies in the AHL, in a feature piece in the upcoming December issue of InGoal Magazine. In the meantime enjoy these exclusive up-close photos of his new/old mask, courtesy of DaveArt:

 

Ben Scrivens Toronto Marlies / Maple Leafs Retro Goalie Mask

 

 

Ben Scrivens Toronto Marlies / Maple Leafs Retro Goalie Mask

 

Ben Scrivens Toronto Marlies / Maple Leafs Retro Goalie Mask

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3 Responses to Ben Scrivens New Leafs Mask Goes Retro

  1. BeninLondon says:

    I like how simple it is. The current leafs logo in white surrounded by the blue shape of the retro look. Sometimes simple works the best

  2. Paul Ipolito says:

    New background on the computer!

  3. mikew says:

    Looks good close up and on TV.

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