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    UPDATE: Primary, secondary and wordmark added. Uniforms still to come.
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    Hey guys, big news! After 4 months of being out of school and doing nothing but improving my skills, I finally have a design gig for a major sports team. The Tampa Bay Rays have offered me the position for an internship in their design department. Cool right? I had to work for it, and after the interview, they cut down the field and sent a design test to the remaining people. The designs were the following 1) create a print ad for a Kevin Kiermaier gold glove bobble head, and a Rays pennant as giveaways. 2) create a social media graphic for the Kiermaier bobble head, complete with a custom hash tag. So here's what I made Not sure how many people reading this want to make design their career, but my advice to you is to create as much as you can, and create a good network of people whose opinions you listen to. I started posting on the Creamer boards when I was 14, and now I'm 22 and lined up a gig that will surely lead to bigger things. Follow my twitter @michaeldanger19 if you want to keep up with what I'm making
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    The only option is Supersonics. Charlotte proved that any other nickname other than the fan favorite won't really work.
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    With the Rams returning to L.A. and now gradually changing their uniforms to remove the gold color by 2019, perhaps their current logo could use some inspiration from their past one.
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    wat is ths im in traine
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    they're built with slave labor
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    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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    Signature-worthy quote.
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    Ladies and Gentlemen, I humbly submit the official trailer for The Tankening
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    And now he truly is in phone.
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    So if I'm reading this right... not only do they want to give up a perfectly serviceable market to play 2nd fiddle to the Rams, now they wanna ditch a nearly-60 year old identity for no good reason and risk being even less relevant & remembered than they are right now? (Hey! There's a name idea! The Los Angeles Football Clippers! ) Seriously though, it feels like just when you think Spanos and the Chargers couldn't be anymore stupid... they prove you wrong. I actually feel sorry for any Charger fans, whether they live in SD, LA or anywhere else. Y'all deserve a better-run team than this.
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    In a stunning turn of events, Pawnee, Indiana has mounted the winning bid for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games over competing cities Los Angeles and Paris. Headed by Regional Parks Director Leslie Knope and her husband, U.S. Congressman Ben Wyatt (D-IN), the bid proposed the building of three state of the art all-purpose stadiums as well as the renovation of two local parks to serve as Olympic-worthy venues, which ultimately swayed the Olympic committee to select the rural Indiana city. Though initially opposed by City Councilman Jeremy Jamm (who had tried to secure one of the stadium lots for a Paunch Burger franchise) and former Parks and Recreation Director Ron Swanson (due to strict fiscal concerns), the bid was supported by the city council by a vote of 3-2. After the bid was announced as the winner, Mayor Jerry Gergich stated this was "the single greatest thing to ever happen to Eagleton...oh, I mean Pawnee". The games' official logo depicts the late Pawnee icon 'Lil Sebastian carrying the Olympic torch, a mark Knope herself suggested. "'Lil Sebastian was and always will be the spirit of Pawnee," she said at the press conference, "and thus I felt it fitting that the Pawnee 2024 Olympic Games evoked the spirit of our beloved 'Lil Sebastian." The games are slated to be held August 5-17, with the opening ceremonies being held at the Pawnee Olympic Stadium and featuring performances from local icons Mouserat, Duke Silver, and Perd Hapley.
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    No way, why should I change? He's the one who sucks.
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    it is so bizarre the rest of the internet is discovering this character I've known for over a decade.
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    You know whose name and logo would have cleared legal? The Quebec Nordiques'. Just sayin'.
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    I deserve at least half of the likes I requested.
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    At this point, I think we just need to accept that these are Oregon's official colors:
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    Los Angeles Rams uniform evolution: 2016 2017 2018 2019
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    Francis Fleming's "A Series of Incompetent Events"
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    Does this make us all Tnak hipsters? "His earlier unhinged rants were much better, before he became mainstream."
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    They get very hot in the polyester. You know, it's not a natural fiber. I think they would prefer cotton. Cotton breathes, you see, it's much softer. Imagine playing games and your team is five degrees cooler than the other team. Don't you think that would be an advantage? They're cooler, they're more comfortable, they're happier, they're gonna play better.
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    Do those arms really belong to that head?
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    I love PHILA on the jerseys. Philadelphia is long and not aesthetically pleasing. Like my wang.
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    How about the name "Vegas Silver Raiders"?
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    How long until he shows up in the clickbait ads at the bottom of the boards? Remember Frank Fleming? You won't believe what he looks like now! (Picture is actually of Matt Damon)
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    Not sure if this counts but - the right side of Minnesota.
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    I'm starting to doubt Sox hats will go on Sale, too!
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    Another "What If?" scenario from Madden.
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    Because.. We. Do. Not. Want. Them. They are San Diego's team, not ours. We have been extremely vocal in our disapproval for the Chargers coming to LA, from the very beginning of this whole process. The Rams returning home was all we wanted. Their return was righting a wrong. We do not care how good or bad the Rams are, because ultimately, they are Los Angeles' football team. It'd be a bit different if the Chargers had beaten the Rams to LA (and they had over 16 years to move first), but they didn't. Couple that with the fact the Chargers biggest rival played in Los Angeles for 13+ years and it's clear why we Angelino's are so "ungrateful" to have the Chargers here. Having the Chargers leave San Diego for Los Angeles is just as wrong as having the Browns move to Baltimore and the Rams leaving LA in the first place. Team relocation is a messy business, but for the most part, the Rams being in LA feels right. Having the Chargers here does not.
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    Wow. Where to start? I guess at the beginning... My first indication that this wasn't going to end well was at around 9:30 last night. MSNBC ran off a list of states that were too close to call. Included in those states were Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin. I still had some hope, but I knew what was probably coming. About an hour later, I said to my GF "it's way too late for this thing to still be this close. If Hillary was going to win by the projected numbers, this thing would be over already. It wasn't. At 11:00, I saw James Carville looking white as ghost and talking about how "now, every domino must fall." I knew it was over. I turned off the Directv and started watching "The Americans" on Amazon Prime. I didn't feel the need to be there when Trump was announced President-elect. I know a lot of you...most of you feel this is the end of the world. It's not. It certainly ain't great, but there is still plenty that can be done. Trump doesn't get to roll into office and do whatever he wants. Write, call, and email your representatives. Fight Trump every step of the way. Make his Presidency as much of a living hell for him as he's going to try to make it for us. Don't simply sit back and say "there's nothing I can do." Speaking of which, this isn't the only election between now and 2020. It's time for people to put their money where their mouths are. Next November there will be plenty of local and state elections. Dive into these elections just as passionately as you dove into the Presidential election. Movements start from the ground up, not from the top down. If you want to neutralize Trump and his supporters, start working now to do it. We're just two short years from the mid-terms. We can save this. I don't mean this to sound so cynical, but there's even a chance you can land a job or make money off local and state campaigns. I make part of my living working off year elections. Point being, don't crawl into a hole and die. There is still plenty of work to be done. The GOP has been kicking the Democratic Party's ass at the grass roots level. It's time to turn the tables. You want the DNC to go left? Then show up and force it to go left. Nothing, literally nothing, will be accomplished by us posting our opinions on these boards. Let's get out there and do the work. It's easy to sit back and say it's not on me. Yes, it is on you, and me, and anyone else who wants to fix what happened yesterday. We can save this. But first, we gotta show up.