I work exclusively for the flying Campitelli Bros. Not really, but they are two champions of my work on the internet. After doing some fun stuff for the700level.com for Enrico, I was contacted by Michael to create a header for his informatory blog: Going to the Shore N.J. I’m not exactly crystal on this, but I think he asked me to work on this last summer and he hoped to debut the site just before the official start of this summer, so I’ve been sitting on this for awhile. His inspiration for the header, which became my recreation, is the Bruce Springstein classic album and album cover for “Greetings from Asbury Park N.J.” Let me know what you think. After the JUMP, some former 700level headers and a look at the original album cover.
Above is the “Spectrum” themed the700level.com header that graced the site for a good stretch of time. At first it was met with a lot of “gay” from the commentors, not that there’s anything wrong with that. But the eventual feedback was positive. The header features Brad Lidge (who looks like Myers )for your Philadelphia Phillies, Scott Hartnell (who I reversed for direction purposes and was called out by a fan for) from your Philadelphia Flyers, Desean Jackson from your Philadelphia Eagles, and I’m pretty sure sweet Lou Williams from your 76ers. The Hartnell dropping to one knee shot is comical in light of this great post by Broad Street Hockey.
Here we have an Eagles playoff banner I created for the700level when the birds were taking on the Arizona Cardinals in the National League Championship game. You know the outcome of that game, so this banner was very, very short lived. But all told, I really think Brian Dawkins is powerful enough to smash a header, even at his current age.
Even before the eventual destruction of the Spectrum, the700level.com started using daily photo-headers and now has a brand new re-design.