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Bobrovsky Blends Columbus and Russia on New Mask

Bobrovsky Blends Columbus and Russia on New Mask

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask topWhen Sergei Bobrovsky won the Vezina Trophy as a restricted free agent, there was a lot of concern the Columbus Blue Jackets breakout star might bolt for his native Russia this summer.

Instead, Bobrovksy signed an extension with the Blue Jackets.

Now, he’s combining his new home with his Russian roots on his new mask.

“It tells the story of Sergei’s new home country and his origin,” said painter David Gunnarsson of DaveArt. “The design is built on the awesome logos of the Blue Jackets, in total harmony with the Blue Jackets uniforms. One side is a tribute to the team and Sergei’s new home country, and the other side is a tribute to Mother Russia. The closer you come the more details you will discover and the design transforms in front of your eyes.”

Those details include a Bobrovsky staple: the brick wall, which is what he played like to earn the Vezina Trophy last season after making some subtle but significant changes to his style.

Try to find those more subtle details in the close ups below, and check out more of Gunnarsson’s great artwork on both his website and on his Twitter feed:

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask top

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask top right

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask right

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask left

 

Columbus Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky 2013-14 Mask poster

 

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