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About Quillz

  • Birthday 03/21/1988

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    Los Angeles, CA
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    Angels, Bills, Blue Jays, Chargers, Dodgers, Kings, Lakers, Lions, Panthers, Rams, Tiger-Cats
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  1. Los Angeles Rams Brand Discussion

    I would actually be okay with blue and white, even if they look like the Colts. There's nothing really wrong with it, although blue and yellow is a bit livelier, I suppose. Perhaps the best of both worlds would be blue and yellow for home jerseys, and blue and white for alternate/throwback jerseys.
  2. MLB Changes 2017

    I don't know what the "proper" road hat is for the A's, but I do prefer their two-tone cap to their mono-colored one.
  3. Unpopular Opinions

    I never minded the Mets in black, either. But I think the reason it wasn't all that popular was due to mind share, so to speak. They were blue and orange from their inception (and was a nod to the former NL teams), and they won their championships in those colors and uniforms. So while I think black was integrated well into their identity, it really seemed just like trend riding. On the other hand, never liked the Royals in black and I never thought they pulled it off well. Their uniforms the past few years have been nearly perfect, I think. I'm glad they won the '15 World Series looking the way they do. Granted, it bothers me they still have a black drop shadow on their primary logo. Have they forgotten to update it?
  4. Los Angeles Rams Brand Discussion

    If the gold shoulder strip and logo were white, it wouldn't look too bad. But I guess those elements can't be changed due to the NFL's odd rules about uniform changes.
  5. Winston-Salem State Univ. NEW LOGOS

    Both remind me of the Fordham Rams logos.
  6. Atlanta Hawks Nike Jerseys

    I don't really think colors can become outdated. And if anything, here's a great chance for the Hawks to "own" a color no one else in the league uses. Teal was fashionable in the 90s, but several teams stuck with it and it became part of their identity. The Rockies have maintained purple since their existence and now own that color in baseball. Perhaps the Hawks can do something similar. We'll see.
  7. Atlanta Hawks Nike Jerseys

    I like the uniforms. They are an improvement over last season's. On the other hand, not a fan of them now being associated with "Doctor" Oz.
  8. Hardee's and Carl Jr's new logos

    I think at this point, the smiling star is too ingrained for a logo without to work in the public eye. Given the fact the faceless star lasted all of a few months likely demonstrates that point.
  9. Hardee's and Carl Jr's new logos

    An upgrade. Having the star without the face just felt incomplete.
  10. Los Angeles Chargers Brand Discussion

    To be fair, is preseason football a big draw? I honestly don't know. If most teams can fill up their stadium, then I guess that is bad.
  11. Iowa License Plate Design Options Cause A Stir

    I think of Kevin Costner.
  12. MLB Changes 2017

    I agree, I love the Royals' numbers and wish the Dodgers used them (especially since the Dodgers don't have the white outline anymore). Other teams that use the same block font, like the Cardinals, at least have a visible outline around the numbers, so they don't seem as thin.
  13. Tennessee Titans Redesign (Uni Watch Challenge)

    The problem I have it's literally just... there. Other than the logo, there doesn't seem to be any connection to the Oilers in any other way: template, colors, etc. It feels out of place. Might as well be a proper throwback uniform, it would work a lot better with the logo. Beyond that, this concept looks pretty good.
  14. Tennessee Titans Redesign (Uni Watch Challenge)

    The oil derrick logo makes zero sense on the Titans. I get its a throwback, but in a vacuum, it shouldn't there.
  15. My first political sign

    That looks better, I think. I wouldn't worry too much about "balance," since most Americans are reading left-to-right, and this isn't really intended to be a logo that requires balance. It's more like a visual sentence, if that makes sense.