I started making art when I was a kid, and that’s when I started, and then reintroduce himself in my late 30s because I was so into everything else.
How rugby influenced my art? It influenced me really big. The fact that I’m able to showcase my art while I play, that’s pretty unique. Other sports really don’t like to do that, but rugby gives you a sense of letting you be yourself.
So Roy White is really unique. It’s just four different colors together.
Red, orange, yellow, white. So really it’s red, orange, yellow, white. And I just took the colors together to make Roy White.
Who inspire my art? This is in Telehebrew. The creator in the sun. That’s really cool. Influenced me to do what I’m doing now.
For the players. Got into my work was like, hey, I have a ball. Is it cool if you paint it for me? I said, yeah, sure.
I definitely making one for the team since we’re the first crossover athletes to ever do it. So the XOs custom rugby ball is coming soon. We definitely have that for the coaches and for the team as well.
The style of this ball actually has two different styles of artwork is more allusion abstract. The sound of color waves and the divine royal language. So I kind of actually put them together and tell a cool story.
I believe so. I do believe that art do exist in rugby. The lines that you have to run from the tackling is way different from American tackle football. From like just the whole sport envolved around is pretty unique. There’s actually a plays where people probably don’t think there’s players being ran, but there are certain ways to run and and just move is kind of unique to watch that.
Definitely as a fullback, you get to actually see things happening like portraits of pictures. But it’s just players doing their job. But yeah, there’s definitely a lot of art in rugby.
Anyone can follow the divine story.
You can follow that on Instagram, on roywhitecolors. That’s the only platform I have right now. There’s other things that we are working on, like some shows and our website coming soon. So but right now it’s Instagram. Roy White colors with the U, the British way apparently.