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  1. New Twix Logo Concept

    I think it's a little too plain and thin for a candy logo. It's a clean design, but it looks more like a logo for a flavored seltzer water or some kind of "lite" diet food. Even just broadening the letters a bit would improve it markedly, I think.
  2. Tampa Bay Rays: Hotline M̶i̶a̶m̶i̶ Tampa

    This is so much better than what they have now, I love it. Great job! My only knock is that the lines need to be cleaned up a bit, but the idea is brilliant.
  3. NFL Conceptual Uniforms

    Purple with the Saints is a fun idea, and while I'm not loving it in practice here, I really want it to work. I'd suggest toning it down a bit, not using it as the main color of that jersey. If you're set on using purple as a main color, maybe de-emphasize the black a bit. I think it clashes with this shade of purple.
  4. I like how there's a bank at second base, that's gotta be unique to any infield worldwide!
  5. Team city flag recolor (REQUESTS TAKEN)

    Man alive, that Maple Leafs one is b-e-a-utiful. Same goes for the Blues. I wish they'd bring back red as an accent color.
  6. AHL "NHL Night" uniforms (29/30)

    I'm loving that Chicago set. The numbers being a bit distorted to mesh better with the stripes is actually a really cool move!
  7. Mandela Effect

    Red pants would have been better. Those are awful.
  8. Mandela Effect

    I'm not sure I know what that is. This was a huge thing online last year or so.
  9. Mandela Effect

    Maybe it's not the best example, but that's what thrust the phenomenon back into the collective consciousness and blew up the internet for a while, so I put it out there.
  10. Mandela Effect

    As far as the Cardinals one goes, we've seen the BP jerseys from the 90s, and now we've seen that one-off, but maybe the image is so vivid because (as far as I've seen in a few places I've lived) where there are MLB-branded little league teams, having a Cardinals team in red shirts just like that one is pretty common. Now, it might be far-fetched to suggest that we're confusing a little league shirt with a real one, but perhaps the widespread existence of the little league one causes us to assume that it must be modeled off a real one.
  11. Mandela Effect

    This is crazy to me because now that you mention it, I almost remember two red jerseys myself, even though they've never worn red outside of BP.
  12. You're right. Almost every other sport has been making big strides in "performance" gear, and the closest thing we've seen in baseball are those questionably-useful energy necklaces that pitchers used to wear in the mid-2000s.
  13. Mandela Effect

    That's pretty much exactly what I imagined. Strangely, the fake one I saw when I tried googling is entirely different. Doesn't even seem like an attempt to reproduce this.
  14. I can see at least some of that! Especially with the recent talk of how football can improve player safety via improvements to helmets and pads, it seems like the next step would be some way of integrating digital technology into the protective gear itself. It'd start I think with some sort of sensor in the helmet to detect possibly injurious blows to the head and communicate that information to medical staff. Not long after would come some other medical tech that would track vitals and other information that could help trainers prevent injury (and imagine the revenue potential of a partnership with FitBit!). Once those types of practical technical advances were made, that's when we'd get into the flashy, fun advancements like built-in helmet cams and things of that nature. The speedometer thing sounds like fun too. I can already picture players competing with one another to hit the highest speeds and recording it all for Snapchat. That would add another layer of fun for both fans and players! I think safety will definitely come first, especially with pressure mounting and some people predicting the end of the game as we know it because of the terrible effects that traumatic brain injuries have on the lives of players. Tech gets smaller and smarter every day, it seems. The future looks exciting in this way, and I can't wait to see how sports will benefit.
  15. Mandela Effect

    Maybe you've heard of the Mandela effect. It's a name that the internet has given to false memories that seem very, very real. You might remember the Berenstein Bears/Berenstain Bears phenomenon that came about not long ago. The name comes from a false, but widely held memory that had Nelson Mandela dying much earlier than he actually did, most usually reported as a death in prison in the 80s. Have you experienced this in the context of sports logos and uniforms? Are there any logos or uniforms that you could swear existed, but you just can't find any proof of their existence? The one that jumps out for me is basically a helmet version of this cap. I don't know when the A's would have worn it, but I'm imagining it in the classic kelly green and the more modern forest green. I can see it clear as day. I could swear I saw it at least on some baseball cards when I was a kid, but apparently I've made it up. I can also picture the Detroit Tigers playing in orange, but a quick Googling reveals only a knockoff jersey for sale online.