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    Obvious answer but when I was a kid I legitimately thought this logo was angry Pacman. I had no idea why they were called the Hawks, I couldn't see a hawk in this logo for the life of me. I was not a smart kid.
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    The bosox are not the Yankees. Here is their proper road uniform
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    I'd be all in favor of the Marlins completely dumping black (or at least sidelining it to a trim color) and instead becoming a primarily blue team, with orange and yellow as their secondary colors. That is a gorgeous shade of blue that would be completely unique to the Marlins within baseball. On the white home jersey: a blue wordmark, outlined in orange and/or yellow, paired with a blue cap, undershirts, and socks. Basically, swap out black for blue on the current home uniform (and tweak the coloring of the wordmark/outlines as necessary), and make the blue jersey the primary alternate. It'd be the perfect evolution of the Marlins' look in the (eventual) post-Loria era. The color scheme would embody the color and vibrancy of Miami Beach, while the wordmark would continue to evoke the art deco architecture common within Miami. Take the unnecessary fish off the cap logo, and revise the number font to match the beautiful wordmark, and you'd have an outstanding and unique identity. The building blocks are there; they're just being misused right now.
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    Even with the return to the cartoon bird and white front panel on the home cap, the Orioles have remained pretty traditional since they ditched the sansabelts and pullovers in 1989. I don't see them suddenly becoming the MLB-UA version of the University of Oregon just because UA is based in Baltimore.
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    Agreed! This is my favourite Miami Marlins jersey: (yes, I know it's just a fashion jersey)
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    This is the first jersey swap I have ever attempted...what do you guys think?
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    I wouldn't say they had nothing to do with each other. Leon Hess, founder of Hess, was also an owner of the Jets. Not sure if that's why they look like Hess trucks but could be.
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    when i was a little kid, living near poughkeepsie, new york, i had a truck toy similar to this one. Not until years later did I learn that Hess has absolutely nothing to do with the New York Jets. The color scheme and two stripes, and general wordmark look made me conflate the two in my toddler mind. i still think of Hess trucks every time I see the New York Jets.
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    Hey guys, this is something I have been just doing for fun but I have really been enjoying it so I decided to make a series out of it. It is a series of concepts that are what could have been if the NHL had went a little wild with more teams in the 90s. They did this with some teams with the third jerseys and for some teams such as the Blues and Islander but I thought, what if they did it with every team. I have done 5 teams already and I hope that you enjoy them. Boston Bruins Washington Capitals Carolina Hurricanes LA Kings Edmonton Oilers
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    Nope. You do the work. This isn't a free logo factory.
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    Please don't mess with one of the best sets in the country Adidas...
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    Don't think I can post what I'd compare the browns too lol
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    Eventually I am going to post the entire project on my Behance page, but for now here is what I have come up with for the Skills Competition... C&C always welcome
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    Insta... I swear to god, the flavour is in my mouth every single time. Part of me wants to throw those jerseys in the blue box for recycling.
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    The demented Reds guy... ...looks like the face used in those memes that show a German word compared to other languges:
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    Not sure if this counts but - the right side of Minnesota.
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    March Madness has got me back in a concept-making mood, so here's a few college hoops concepts. I will probably follow these up with at least a few more teams in the near future. For Auburn, I decided to use a modernized take on their traditional Northwestern stripes as side panels and bring back their custom font. For Butler, I took their mid-'90s uniforms and modernized them a bit. Ideally, Butler would wear navy on the road most of the time, but since black road uniforms seem to be a Butler tradition, I gave them that option as well. For Nebraska, I based my concept off the uniforms that the Polish Rifle wore, albeit with their distinctive classic script instead of plain block wordmarks and all the silver trim taken out. I also added side striping based on the pants stripes from these football uniforms, which I thought were pretty clever.
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    Im learning how to do jersey swaps on photoshop so i thought to practice id do my own mock draft and put the players in the uniforms that i think theyll be playing in next year. I know theyre a bit rough in places but its the first time ive tried doing this Myles Garrett Pick 1 Malik Hooker Pick 5 Reuben Foster Pick 9
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    Adidas has done well with classic looks before, let's not act like they're completely incapable. It just depends if Ohio wants to go crazy or not.
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    On this board I'm surprised this isn't a popular opinion but stirrups should be required in MLB
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    I don't see any reason to believe that the Rams care at all about what the Chargers do. They're doing their own thing.
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    Hey that's me! Really,that's my tweet. ---- START GIVING A :censored: HERE ---- There is an outline,it's just thin and white. I'd prefer no outline too to be honest! ---- STOP GIVING A :censored: HERE ----
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    Hess has plenty to do with the Jets, as the company's founder, Leon Hess, was the Jets' owner for several decades until his death.
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    Ummmm . . . Leon Hess, the founder of the Hess Corporation, was the owner of the Jets. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon_Hess That said, the color connection is probably a coincidence. Per the Wiki article, he was part of the consortium that bought the Jets in 1963. However, he was one of five partners and didn't become the majority owner until 1973, so I would assume he didn't have sole authority to select the Jets color scheme. Giants Stadium had a large Hess sign for many years. I'm pretty sure that was not a coincidence.
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    Every NFL team when placing a Jaguars logo on their schedule.
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    OK, let's not be too flippant about this. "Why is this so hard to comprehend?", you ask? Here's why: First, if the ultimate goal is to end up with royal and yellow, then moving to navy and white seems like a step away from that. "Navy/gold" --> "navy/white" --> "royal yellow" is a pretty weird trajectory. So the move to navy and white sows doubt about whether the team will ever wind up back in its true L.A. uniforms. Second, there's this league rule about uniforms. The question will always linger: why didn't the Rams just break the rule? What's the worst the league could do? Deploy armed men to prevent the team from taking the field? No. The league would just fine the Rams. Big deal. Pay the damn fine each week; and be heroes to your fans. If the Raiders can move without league approval, the Rams could have worn royal and yellow without league approval. But they chose not to take this action. On account of the foregoing, the Rams' current uniform creates confusion. Above all, if the Rams really intend to adopt the classic royal and yellow uniforms in 2019, they could issue a straightforward, unequivocal statement right now that says "we will be adopting the classic royal and yellow uniforms in 2019". But they have not done this. So the reason that people keep asking questions about the Rams' uniforms is that the Rams themselves are promoting uncertainty.
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    This is a terrible way to think. It's how the Carolina Hurricanes went from their wonderful original look to being an Original 6 wannabe.
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    Black and orange are Loria's favorite colors though. This was known years before the change happened. Pretty much everyone knows that the blue the Marlins use is pretty awesome and should be incorporated more into the uniforms.
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    If you made this graphic, you are a saint.
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    The Rays should paint the outside walls of the Trop sky blue too: Then they'll finally get that new park that they want.
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    I think that particular underline serves a purpose as well. I'm not sure if it was intentional or not but it underlines 'win' which nods to previous logos/sayings etc
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    That's funny...If I could choose one, I'd choose the Oilers. I think it was a terrific update. It separated them from the Islanders and was a unique scheme. I definitely prefer this to their old/current look. I do see your point on the orange "popping" but to me the Islanders dark blue is a push, whereas the Oilers is an upgrade. My liking darkening of blues is an unpopular opinion, I guess. While I lament the movement away from vivid colors in general, I tend to be either neutral (current Sabres vs. Classic Sabres; Islanders) with darker blue or prefer it (Oilers). I am sure there is some example where I don't prefer a darkened blue; but I cannot think of it off hand. I think when paired with a vivid color (Orange, yellow, a brighter green) darker blue works better.
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    I don't see a problem with angels wearing red.
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    IMO only the Giants make cream work. I don't know... some about cream next to black and orange looks good. It makes me think of cream soda for some reason (and I've never even had cream soda!).
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    Thank you very much, sir. I will never be able to unsee that again and it will drive me crazy.
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    Personally I'm more of a fan of this Caracas script than the one you used. Love the Cerveceria alternate.
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    The Bears are a mess, the Bulls are a mess, the Sox are a mess, and the Pirates had a losing record for like 20 years. The Blackhawks almost went bankrupt and the Penguins almost moved.
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    Every time that I will see the state of Minnesota, I will start humming the Alfred Hitchcock theme. Da-da-da-da-da-da-DAAAA!
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    So now I live in the state of Alfred Hitchcock. How I've never noticed
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    You know a thread is off the rails when I start to miss Padres discussions...
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    Not sure if this qualifies as retro, but: /thread
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    Guilty as well. I grew up with the navy and gold era and liked them more than the Nolan era but didn't think they were anything special. When they introduced the western style I fell in love. Sure the theme had nothing to do with the name but the Utah jazz makes no sense either and they looked great while in purple. Now I despise their current look
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