Check out the 100th edition of RUE MORGUE horror magazine. Congratulations to horror movie "SUPERFAN" and avid Rue Morgue reader Mike Ede who got his fan letter published in the POST MORTEM section!
EYECANDYAIR was honored to paint 2010 Olympic masks for Team USA goaltenders Tim Thomas and Jonathan Quick. You can visit the EYECANDYAIR YOUTUBE channel to check out a video featuring the cool airbrushed masks.
This Authentic GAME WORN CAM WARD GOALIE MASK was a custom Sportmask design molded and airbrushed (by Steve Nash with EyeCandyAir) especially for the Hurricanes netminder in 2009.
Hurricanes #30 Cam Ward unveiled the piece for the first time at home on Glen Wesley Retirement Night on February 17, 2009 versus the Boston Bruins. Ward showcased the mask through the rest of the 2008-09 regular season and then donned it during the 'Canes 2009 Stanley Cup Playoff run.........(click to read more)
Suiting up between the pipes for the first time when he was six, Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Joey MacDonald fell in love with the goaltending position and completely immersed himself in it.
Whether it was the poster of Brian Hayward's San Jose Sharks mask in his childhood bedroom, or the way he carefully rifled through a new pack of hockey cards to find the netminders, the youngster knew at a young age where his place was on the ice.....(click to read more)
The 2009 HOCKtoberfest "Design Your Own Mask" contest was a great success and EYECANDYAIR was honored to take part in airbrushing the winning design concepts. We hope the lucky goaltenders enjoy their brand new custom painted Sportmasks!
EYECANDYAIR would like to thank all the readers who voted EYECANDYAIR the BEST LOCAL BUSINESS for the Specialty Service Category in the 2008 Readers Choice Awards.
It takes a unique individual to voluntarily stand in the way of a puck travelling 160 kilometres an hour. And like divas with their "it" bags or businessmen with polka-dot ties, professional goalies have long expressed their individuality with customized paint jobs on their masks......(click to read more)
This Authentic GAME WORN CAM WARD GOALIE MASK was a custom Sportmask design molded and painted (by Steve Nash) especially for the Hurricanes backstopper in 2007. Hurricanes #30 Cam Ward unveiled the piece for the first time at home on February 13, 2007, with a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings. Ward tallied six more wins while wearing the helmet (7-6-0-0 record)......(click to read more)
Squint next time you see Nashville Predators goalie Chris Mason take a slap shot to the mask and you might be able to make out the work of Vaughan resident and airbrush artist Steve Nash. For the past eight years, Nash has designed and created goalie mask artwork through his company Eyecandyair..... (click to read more)
Goaltenders are the brave ones on a hockey team. They stand in a 72 inch by 48 inch mesh home against an opposition who can rifle the puck up to and over 100 kilometers per hour. While the job is dangerous, they might as well look good doing it. Steve Nash, 40 owner of EYECANDYAIR, creates and renders the art and designs you see on hockey goalie masks.....(click to read more)
We are what we eat, but Nashville Predators goalie Chris Mason is what he has painted on his goalie mask.
Few goalies enjoy the art of mask design more than Mason, who is involved to the point that he has even drawn up some of his designs through the years....(click to read more)
Armed with his mask, chest protector and goalie stick, goaltender Chris Mason is a latter day Leonidas, protecting the Nashville Predators' goal from the relentless attack of ornery tyrants from the rest of the NHL. Like Leonidas, the king of Sparta in 480 BC, Mason stands alone....(click to read more)
This summer, as he prepared for his first season as a starting goaltender in the National Hockey League, Chris Mason decided he needed a new look for the new role. So he went to work brainstorming some fresh ideas for the most recognizable piece of goaltending equipment - the mask...(click to read more)
EYECANDYAIR was featured in an article written by Kevin Woodley entitled "The Evolving Business of Making and Painting Goalie Masks" in this special 2008 collectors edition.
For many sports fans theres no such thing as too much hockey. And in I Spy with My Little Eye Hockey, young readers get double the fun. Matt Napier, author of Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet, teams up with photographer David Milne to create a visual puzzle book that challenges the deductive skills and sharp eyes of young readers.
EYECANDYAIR mask artwork was used in this childrens book published in 2008.
Cam Ward was featured on the front cover and inside the Summer 2007 issue #63 of Goalies World Magazine wearing his Carolina Heritage airbrushed EYECANDYAIR goalie mask
Tim Thomas was featured on the front cover and inside the #65 December/January 2007 issue of Goalies World wearing his "Evil Bear" paint design by EYECANDYAIR.
Martin Biron talks about the inspiration for the art on his "Great Gaston" goalie mask painted by Steve Nash of EYECANDYAIR. The segment is from Ottawa Senators Overtime on Rogers TV that aired during the 2008/2009 season.
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