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  1. If you notice, Costanza's uniform is made of cotton. It seems blousier and softer because it is a natural fiber.
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  6. I wish we had a "dislike button". XD
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  7. It has been years since I've posted on here but, I Just wanted to say congratulations to a former poster on this site. Troy Grosenick his username is lets_go_red not only did he record a shutout in his NHL debut last year, but he is in the ahl all-star game tomorrow. You can see him right now in the skills competition. Way to go Troy!
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  8. These are just the jerseys worn by celebrity softball players. (Please don't tell me that you don't recognise those people!)
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  10. Real men aren't afraid to wear bright colors. Sometimes, we even wear pink.
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  11. They might as well have. They used to have my favorite identity in the NBA when I was a kid. The trees surrounding the court and on their uniforms, I loved it. Their uniforms were beautiful in the KG era. And the team was actually pretty good! Even their original identity when they joined the league was great. But since then... oh man, it's all been just atrocious. It irks me and breaks the middle schooler in me's heart. Minnesota, you keep searching for something great when you already had it all along: Look at this wood! Look at the trees! It's glorious.
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  12. To be totally fair, it's a real shame that Kramer isn't a hall of famer. With that slider and the way he constantly held the 8th, I think only his public issues with racism are what's keeping him out of the hall. Costanza I can understand, though. He couldn't even properly handle fitted hats.
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  13. Does anyone else see a silhouette of some old guys head on the right side of Minnesota? I've never noticed that before until now. Can't. Unsee. It. Looks like he's leaning in to kiss the wolf on the cheek.
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  14. I have no dog in this fight, but if you're coming on here to crap on Falcon fans... fans that have just lived through the worst sports-day of their lives, you're kind of a douche.
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  15. Best uniform in team history IMO. NO black, TV numbers on the shoulders, blue face masks, and white shoes. Here's to hoping the new uniforms look similar.
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  18. ^^^That is what you say every damn year.
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  19. I'm reminded of a conversation I overheard in a Citi Field pro shop last year between an exasperated woman and her ~10-year-old son picking out a cap: Mom: Just pick the one you like. How about one of these black caps? Son: No way. I want one in Mets colors!
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  20. "Inverted" version of the uni? How exactly do you mean? Like this?
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  21. You leave the Montgomery Biscuits alone. That logo is awesome!
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  22. Nets fans are going to be infor a long season next year
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  23. I think that Senators is vague enough that it can basically apply as "Ottawa HC." I think the best look for them would be to go red instead of black on the barberpole, ditch vintage white, and put the profile senator on the front. Like this:
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  25. Really? I'd say that and Lakers are both the right uniform for Shaq. I'll even throw in the Heat too. But these are sooooo much more wrong for him than the Magic:
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  26. Here's a pic of the sponsor and the announcement video. Great move by the Jazz and Qualtics. Bonus it's in the colour scheme and relatively unobtrusive.
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  27. Hi all, it's been awhile, but I've been working on a slightly different version of the previous Predators logo. I've scrapped the perspective of the previous one, and gone with a strictly profile view, keeping true to their past logos. I've also switched up the colours a bit to keep in line with their actual brand, but I'd like to hear which colour way you guys prefer. Let me know what you think, whether or not this one is an improvement, etc. Thanks for checking back in!
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  28. Sports has been a part of my life since the beginning. One of my biggest interests in design is sports identities. When I was young I was often drawing a team logo, colouring in a jersey or creating my own versions. In mid–2016 I took on a 70 day challenge for a project I was doing in school. I knew this would be tough to handle so I decided the make it more suitable to my interest. The goal of this challenge was to redesign an existing sports logo every day for 70 days. Each logo redesign involved preliminary research about the team/city, sketching out all my ideas on paper, executing a digital version through Illustrator. I ended up creating a booklet with small rationales for my thinking, design choices and overall thoughts on the project. Sportslogos.net was a place I went to every day to discover new teams to redesign.
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  30. Looking forward to The Real Housewives of Weezer
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  32. Grey roads are one of my favorite parts of baseball aesthetically.
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  33. This is a rebrand of the NPSL Dallas City FC. Their current logo is from 2014. I ditched those two superfluous colors (gold and black) as well as those two lions – or whatever they are supposed to be. The shield is gone while a stylized lone star has become the centerpiece of my mark. Link to the current logo: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/588471792014/Dallas_City_FC/2014/Primary_Logo
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  35. Just wanted to take a moment to praise Jiffy. It's really not even Jiffy. It's "Jiffy" mix. They make mix for cornbread, muffins, that kind of stuff, and have been doing so since 1930. That's all. They don't do anything else. Look at their damn website. It's straightforward, not terribly pretty, but whatever. http://www.jiffymix.com/ They use archaic clip art and have a stupid 1996-era CG rendering of an anthropomorphic box of Jiffy waving a friendly hello to you, the visitor. Glorious. Hello to you too, sir! Look at this damn box: There's been minor variations of this on all of their products, but essentially it's all the same. The red area has some sort of denotation - "America's favorite," or "value something or whatever" - "Jiffy" in quotes because it'll be done in a JIFFY! Get it yet, you stupid jerk? Has some gold medal sticker on there (which it may or may not always be) but I mean look at that sticker, all shiny and important. Red white and blue everywhere, just as God intended. Then as a bonus they show you how goddamn delicious those muffins are going to turn out once you add some egg and milk to this delicious powder. Holy , sign me up! Best part? This stuff is like 90 cents a box. They don't give a rat's ass. It's dirt cheap. The box fits pleasantly into a pocket or hand, and the satisfying heft of it makes you feel like you came out a winner! "8.5 oz for less than a dollar? I'm cheating the system!" All they ask is that you eat it and love it and enjoy your American kickass life. They don't need to rebrand or use some skateboarder kid to make kids want to buy muffin mix. There's no point in a Call of Duty cross promotion or a Ghostbusters tie-in. It's muffin mix. Just buy the , grandma.
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  37. Cutler will be traded for a 5th to, say, Houston. Maybe a 6th. Or cut. In that order. They'll try to trade down from 3 on draft day, a deal will fall apart to trade down, they panic trying to trade with New England for JG, but it too collapses. In a panic they use the 3rd overall pick on Jamal Adams. They try and fail to trade back up into the middle 1st to take Mahomes. Watson is still on the board as we go into round two, but the Vikings trade up ahead of them to take Watson. The cuckolded Bears reluctantly take a cornerback in round two. Round 3 comes and the best QB available is Natan Peterman. The Bears trade down to stack picks. Fast forward to round 5. The Bears take Joshua Dobbs in a major reach and pathetically phone up the Bengals hoping they'll take a bunch of 2018 stuff for McCarron, as the Patriots have already traded JG to the Browns by this point. The Bengals say no. The Bears, now without the option of Hoyer, go into the preseason with a QB depth chart of Connor Shaw, Matt Barkley, and Joshua Dobbs. They finish the season 4-12; the coaching staff is fired. Ryan Pace is kept on. The team hires some guy who is just another hire. Fast forward to 2023. The Bears haven't had a winning season since Lovie Smith. The team is moved to Toronto and the fat, stupid fans of Chicago all bemoan that they have become the new Browns, but are slightly happy in that the McCaskeys can no longer ruin their lives. Virginia McCaskey is now 100 years old. The year is now 2030. The NFL, by now in a bit of bind, observes Tom Brady winning his 18th Super Bowl. The Bears are awarded an expansion franchise and the new owner will be - oh dammit - Jerry Reinsdorf, now 94 years old. The team hires Kenny Williams to be their GM, and appoints a graying Mike Singletary head coach. The team uses their 1st overall pick to draft Shemp Buckforth, considered by many the greatest QB prospect to ever graced the earth. He dazzles in his media tours and puts on a showcase in camp. The Bears have finally found their quarterback. Shemp Buckforth is killed in a drunk driving accident with Chance The Rapper two days before the first preseason contest against the Manchester Monarchs (formerly Jaguars). The Bears then resume going ~.500 for another 50 years before a meteor destroys the planet.
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  38. Still not as horrible as the ugly, washed-up mess that is the Canton Ice Patrol...
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  39. In case anyone wasn't sure why the world hates the New England Patriots:
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  40. I am not a fan of Stance socks. Reasons: 1, they can't get colors right. The players put them on and white stretches out and turns into grey. Yellow becomes mustard, orange becomes red etc etc. 2. the Stance logo is too intrusive. 3. there's no rhyme or reason to any of the striping patterns. 4. They lead to players on the same team wearing different socks in the same game. The league needs to start enforcing sock rules the way the NFL does for uniformity's sake, and teams need to start telling Stance to get their official stripes right.
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  41. They almost nailed it. I'd have made one little tweak...getting rid of the lines in his mane...
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  44. I like seeing colored alternates against each other in baseball, as long as they are different enough from one another where they can be appealing to the eye.
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  45. The Timberwolves are bringing green back!
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  46. Adam Silver is going to need new pants.
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  47. So....did I miss anything?? Aside from the result of the game, this was one of the best experiences I've ever had, to be honest. No regrets at all about going. I would do it again. There is no guarantee, knowing the history of the Falcons, that they'll be back in the Super Bowl any time soon. If you can afford to go, you don't have children to worry about, and one of your bucket list items is to see your team play in the Super Bowl...you do it. It's a life experience that isn't like any other football game you've been to before. Early in the week, my Falcons guy gives me a call and says "Hey {Hedley}, I know you're going to the game. A guy in our department isn't going because his wife is due any day now. Want his room at the team hotel?" "Hell yeah!" "Cool. You'll get to partake in our VIP deal too." "We're in." So we got to stay at this 5-star place, decorated in Falcons banners, complementary room service and dining, swag bags full of Super Bowl gear, and transportation to the game. We got hooked the hell up. We got to Houston early afternoon Saturday, napped a little, then enjoyed the festivities of the night before the game. Then took a leisurely drive home yesterday. (Good thing we drove...we'd have needed a suitcase just for all the items we acquired in Houston.) The whole trip was a bit of a blur, but fantastic nonetheless. Don't write checks your ass can't cash. I'll gladly take you up on this offer if serious! If you're referring to me not being a Falcons fan before Vick, you are sadly mistaken. Proud fan since 1990-91, dude. Especially rich coming from you, seeing as how you change fandoms of teams as often as folks change their underwear. I chose my one team to support, my home town team, for each sport. Why? I just had one of the most fun weekends of my life. Sports is, ultimately, just entertainment. How about this? Wes Durham does the play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons. He also did the North Carolina "Team Stream" TV telecast for CBS/Turner for the Final Four. So in both of these games, he was at the microphone for the team that lost these games. As he put it himself, "I've had enough of NRG Stadium for a while.".
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  48. Those uniforms are still remembered by me as being associated with electrocuted dogs, and they didn't change them then.
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  49. I can't imagine these being fake because you can't even write how lame that Jags one is. EDIT: Though, anyone strutting around town now wearing a shirt with that "combo mark" on it sure is gonna look like a huge CHUMP, I'll tell you what.
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  50. I'm all for making baseball fun again, but that doesn't mean uniforms have to look like clown suits.
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