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    If she was not even wearing a shirt, trust me, I'd be aware of it.
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    New crest for the Dutch women, with the lion changed to a lioness:
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    Amen. I wasn't aware she was even wearing a shirt. My goodness.
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    i dont even know what the Blitz is but its my favorite team now
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    This is the best the Oilers ever looked. Come at me: http://nhluniforms.com/Oilers/Oilers06.html
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    Hi, welcome to the message board where we discuss sports uniforms to the smallest details. This uniform's been around for a half season and I've watched maybe 1 inning of one Padres home game this season so all things told I picked up on it relatively quickly. But aside from that the time it takes to discover something has nothing to do with whether it is good or poor design. Now that I've noticed it I will never not see that glaring hole. Gothamite pointed out recently that the bottom of the M in the Mets wordmark doesn't match the angle of the rest of the wordmark. I'd never noticed that before in years of watching that uniform, but I would most certainly call that poor design.
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    Means no worries for the rest of your days
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    Last night when Brad Hand pitched it was the first time I have noticed that in this version of the super dull Padres uniforms the D in PADRES overlaps the placket piping so instead of having the piping running through the middle of the D hole (hehe) they have a break in the piping. That’s poor design. If you have an issue with the way one of your letters appears when it overlaps the piping then then solution is A. Don’t use piping with that wordmark or B. Don’t use that particular wordmark on a jersey with placket piping. The solution is not cut the piping so your letter appears normal. Are there any other teams with placket piping who do this? Just another reason to hate this thoughtless, lifeless major league uniform.
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    My hometown team, Zrinjski Mostar, released a third kit for the upcoming season. We are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the club's reinstation. The first kit we wore in 1992, red stripes, blue shorts, and socks; this is very uncommon for the team since we usually sport a red sash. Zrinjski also wore this kit right after WW2 when the team was shut down by the communist state: And this is what Macron put out:
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    fake news. (also, non of those fonts mentioned are used in any of the designs posted) what i see in the examples is the craft of the wordmarks has improved greatly. so many of the old marks were either really badly put together (the Raptors mark seems to be sliding off the arc it sits on), designed by someone/team with little knowledge of type, or were over stylized, featuring so many strokes and colors that they are unreadable. too many are far from being timeless and were doomed to be dated from the beginning. but i also see a lack of imagination; a loss of concept and artistic flair. thats pretty common in all design niches today though. i think NBA identities should have a sense of professionalism and should be designed appropriately for the grown men wearing it, but it should not be forgotten that this is a game of the streets that is more synonymous with graffiti and hip-hop than suit and tie. when you combine the right attitude/personality with craft and concept, you hit the sweet spot. i think the Nets, Hornets, Kings (maybe a few others) all do that well from top to bottom.
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    Well, there are bigger things to get worked up about...but small details can be poor design. We had a thread about "small details that you hate." There was a great example where the Pacers side panel stripes did not match. Without this board, I'd never have noticed. But it was still stupid and a poor design. In this case...I never noticed the missing piping, either. I don't catch a lot of Padres games these days. But I'd still call that poor design. The degree to which this should bother us is in the eye of the beholder. If it does not bug you that's fine...but I think "things you can't unsee" after not seeing them for a while certainly can be examples of bad design.
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    Rough translation: "Real men" don't wear shiny things while doing manly man things like football with other manly men wearing spandex.
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    I realize the ASG caps only work with single colored (or almost single colored) logos like Yankees Dodgers rays Phillies etc. The multi colored logos like Marlins astros Orioles it just looks like u sucked the colors out of the cap and something feels missing. I'd still rather have regular caps with a patch and keep the special caps for the derby. Then again it's hard to argue with this stuff from a business perspective because I was there last night and no one can deny how many people bought the ASG and derby caps. It's almost human nature to buy a piece of merchandise or more as a souvenir when you do a big event like the ASG and the hr derby. As much as I don't like the idea of ASG caps I know this was probably the only ASG I'll see in person in my home town for like 25 to 30 years so I just really felt like buying a unique piece of merchandise and so I bought me a Marlins ASG cap. This stuff isn't going away folks, it makes too much sense to do it this way.
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    I'd prefer the aways match the home jerseys instead of using blue sleeves and yokes.
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    Searching for "Pro Player jersey" on eBay will also serve you well. The most comfortable replica jersey you'll ever own.
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    Moving up North to Denver: Personally, I find the sleeveless version of the yellow ones to be pretty wild as they are, which is why I used them as the base of the uniforms. I extended the pattern from the chest to the sleeves so it runs the length of the shoulders to the sleeves. I used the script from the old navy alternates on the fronts and I switched back to the old font. As for the yellow being the away jersey, I figure if Nashville can do it in the NHL, then someone could do it in the NBA. C&C welcome on Dallas and Denver!
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    It's about time they did. That picture makes me realize two things: how unnecessary the black stripes were and how much I miss the Yeti Footprint.
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    No one criticizes Mr. Worldwide *pelvic thrust*
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    On an FCS discussion board one poster claimed Furman copied JMU and stated that these uniforms are nearly identical. This is why I don't discuss sports aesthetics on strictly sports forums.
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    Especially in the Big Ten. Helps differentiate Rutgers from Nebraska, Wisconsin, Indiana, etc. I STILL maintain the Big Ten should have made a Red Division and a Non Red Division. Nebraska, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Indiana, Rutgers, Maryland and Minnesota (dark red) Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern and Purdue. It's oddly balanced, too, in terms of strength of division. Splits OSU, UW, NU and UM, MSU, PSU right down the middle.
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    Old wordmarks vs current. I dont want to be THAT guy who complains about the way logos, fonts, courts, jerseys are going but to ME they are going down hill. someone has to agree? If you think the new wordmarks are better, that is ok. my main point is they are ALL SO BASIC. the only new one i like more is the new orleans pelicans, that is an amazing colors and it fits into new orleans culture real well. I want to do a side by side of jerseys next. LOGO DESIGN IS GETTING MORE AND MORE BASIC. times have changed. whoever told me to keep my 90s ideas in the 90s! I WILL NEVER! Long live great design!
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