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    For what it's worth, I don't hate these shorts.
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    Man these bombers are hot:: I need to rob a bank and buy one of them.
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    If you don’t celebrate the military every day it means you hate it and don’t respect our soldiers and support terrorism, so of course they’d shift to more of a military jet identity.
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    After 25 years of service, Frontier League's logo looks outdated, pretty cluttered and therefore could use a reset. A modernized typeface, a cleaner overall appearance and a new color scheme for the oldest independent baseball league in America.
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    "I stand for the national anthem.... " ... and yet he sits on the flag on the ground. *smh*
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    Ugh… Minnesota’s attempt to “Salute to Service” by recoloring their already tacky helmet oars as US flags look like strips of bacon from behind. ?
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    Thanks for the feedback, guys. Next up, the San Francisco 49ers! This is basically a modernization and streamlining of their classic set. Their iconic "SF' logo now interlocks, and incorporates two pickaxes to reinforce the gold mining theme. After much deliberation, I went with two stripes on the jerseys instead of three, to maintain striping consistency. The new block font includes subtle rounded corners on the inside, taking cues from the towers of the Golden Gate Bridge. The alternate is inspired by various other looks the Niners have had throughout their history. C+C is appreciated!
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    Live look at the Jets/Gaints game taking place two or three years from now:
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    That's an awful way to spell Cincinnati.
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    Either say the pledge of allegiance right now, or get out of my country, your terrorist-supporting scumbag. /sarcasm
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    It’s good, but I think Sparty would look better with green shells.
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    Here are the jerseys for the Portland Trail Blazers and for them I wanted to give a different twist to their traditional sash. The City Edition is based on Portland's nickname, Rose City, where I used rose gold and have drawn the sash using thorns. Thanks for all the comments, I'm glad you're liking the jerseys! Here are the Sacramento Kings jerseys with the updated wordmark:
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    Agreed. The name was intended to refer to jet-setting, the romance of travel, speeding across the globe. It’s a sign of how out of whack our society has become that so many now instantly jump to military jets.
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    Sonny Werblin, a high rolling TV and movie star agent, was one of the main guys (with Leon Hess) who bought the Titans and he personally changed the name to Jets to play off the then soaring popularity of the Mets, as well as the stadium's proximity to LaGardia. Hess' gas stations were green and white, because they wanted a 'crisp, clean look'. Sonny liked the freshness of the green and made the green and white the team colors, which completed the shift from the drab of the drab gold and blue color scheme of the Giants copycat Titans. I always think the Jets are a product of the 60's, and even with a lot of their fan base generally aligning with Mets fans, presented a new look and feel to sports that old traditional franchises like the Giants and Yankees could never take on. Look at this TWA poster from the 60';s - the font is almost exactly what the Jets use today. There's certainly a nostalgia for the jet-set era of travel - when traveling was fun, expensive, mysterious, etc. I'm not saying the Jets should dress as travel agents or go-go dancers, but they've always represented an alternative (for better or worse, mostly worse) for Giants fans and old ways. That identity only becomes more solidified when the biggest star your franchise ever had was a .500 quarterback known for his sideburns, pantyhose ads, and being a fixture on the nightclub scene. The Simpsons saw the culture clash. I'm also not suggesting the Jets trot out playboy bunnies as cheerleaders and go into some culturally depraved look, but the Jets have always had a clean, fun look. From the real shoulder stripes of the 60's, the white shoes, to the uniqueness of the green helmet and that kelly green and white with oversized shoulder numerals, to the early days of their current look, before cuts and different green fabrics made them cringeworthy. But interjecting the military theme into the Jets identity seems like overkill and out of the blue. Adding grey is what the Eagles already do. Nobody really likes the Celtics in grey or black, so kelly green and white could totally be owned by the Jets. Look at Winnipeg's new identity - with it's fighter jet logo, it seems a bit more formal and less fun than its own 60's style logo. Not all of sports have to be serious, and not everything has to salute the troops at every waking moment. There's a lot of rich visual imagery and history that can be drawn from instead of just stenciled letters and some mindless descriptions pandering to 'the troops'. Can we just have the Jets be a stupid, fun football team that just looks good on the field instead of looking like a bunch of drones with green stripes painted on them?
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    To me these are so close to the regular uniforms that it feels kinda pointless. I guess that's better than following the egregious out-there path of City uniforms. Two major missed opportunities on these for me to make these more distinctive, if we're going to take inspiration from the 80s warmups: - old serif wordmark - contrast nameplate on the back a la
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    And normal-sized helmet logo, and stupid BUCS sleeve patch, and dumb-ass pants stripes, and...
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    There are only so many colors in existence. Instead of focusing on them using red and blue why not notice that both colors are being used in unique shades and differently from every other team in baseball. This isn't a copy of the same navy and red color scheme used by too many teams. They also don't need to force the use of a green or purple just to appease people who want something different.
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    I really hope the hat for that jersey has a blue bill and button.
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    Makes me think of this: Which was an underrated look and one that doesn't exist currently in baseball.
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    This makes me optimistic that the blue will be more than just a BP jersey, since I’d imagine that wouldn’t be the first sneak peek of a jersey they’d advertise.
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    It’s incredible how being on board has affected my life recently. Ill get back to that... so, I approached Hanford HS in Richland, WA about 5 years ago with the idea to create one brand. (There’s a thread, I won’t bore you w the details.) and over about a 3 year period Inrebranded the entire school. Sports team uniforms and logos for Football, Track, Volleyball, Bowling, CC. I recently changed schools and football wore a new mark on their helmet I blended w their old look. So... 2 High Schools 1 Pro Cycling Many Cycling clubs including a Swedish team that still uses an element from my original design for them (2014) in their current kit. So back to this board... a few weeks ago, I was approached through CCSLN email, by a full service marketing/design house @Nuke Digital concerning my work with sports branding; and, yesterday I accepted an offer to join their creative team.
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    Part of it (I think) is because commercial air travel is so common, whereas it was luxury in the 60s. A 737 is no big deal as its part of regular life, but fighter jets always have a bit more mystique. “Out of whack” is probably a bit harsh, IMO.
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    And silly chrome mask, and dirty gray yoke, and pewter socks.... My Lord, pewter socks?
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