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  1. Favorite Band/Artist Logo or Album Cover

    I always thought that this was a cool logo. They're also one of my favorite bands:
  2. I went to their athletics website, and think that they have an alright logo. Nothing amazing, but gets the job done. I would maybe change the font that is used, but nothing too dramatic. Thank you for your submission, though.
  3. It is with a pretty good feeling that I must end this thread here. Thank you all so much for your C&C.
  4. Since I don't really have anything to say here, let's jump straight into the bio for the Bobcats of West Virginia Wesleyan College: Name of College/University: West Virginia Wesleyan College Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Orange and Black NCAA Division: II Conference: Mountain East Conference Location: Buckhannon, West Virginia Established: 1890 as West Virginia Conference Seminary Famous Alumni: Ted Cassidy, Anthony Peters, Nelson Peterson Current logo: If it wasn't a Clemson ripoff, it'd make a decent logo. Since it is, let's set this college on a new path with these three logos: The fierce-looking upper-left logo is the primary logo and is that of an orange (PMS 1655 C) bobcat's head. I originally was going to make this out of the initials of the college, but to me, that didn't look right, so this is the final edit. The upper-right logo is the secondary logo and it is a bobcat's paw print, again in orange. The bottom logo is a "WVWC" monogram logo, wherein the "W"'s receive the claws from the paw print in the secondary logo to complete this design package. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also, you can submit the name of a NCAA school you think has a bad logo and I just might do that school in the coming weeks.
  5. For this week, I've had my eye on this university for a while, and I decided that this would be the week for me to do some logos for the Braves of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. First, as always, here comes the bio: Name of College/University: University of North Carolina at Pembroke Nickname: Braves Colors: Black and Gold NCAA Division: II Conference: Peach Belt Conference Location: Pembroke, North Carolina Established: 1887 as Croatan Normal School Famous Alumni: Derek Brunson, Brick Jackson, Kelvin Sampson Current Logo: As you may know by now, drawn-out logos are generally bad-looking in my opinion. While this one isn't as bad as others, it feels old to me. Here are the four logos I did for UNCP: The upper-left logo is the primary logo and consists of a gold (PMS 131 C) letter "P" with two feathers sticking out of the left side. The upper-right logo is the secondary logo and is that of a tomahawk with two feathers. The lower-left logo is a "UNCP" monogram logo with the "P" being gold (with black outlines) and the other letters being black (with gold outlines). The lower-right logo is the mascot logo and it is that of a red-tailed hawk rendered in gold with a black letter "P" on its chest. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also, you can submit the name of a NCAA school you think has a bad logo and I just might do that school in the coming weeks.
  6. I'll consider Idaho State, but I don't think I would do Boise State any justice, because BSU has a pretty good logo package in my opinion. Thank you for the requests.
  7. Well, while I really appreciate the reply above, the Lakeshore Chinooks aren't a NCAA-affiliated collegiate program, so I'm afraid I can't do any logos for them. I apologize for this, but I still appreciate your reply. Do you have a NCAA college in mind that you think has a bad logo?
  8. Whereas SFU was hard to come up with, these three logos for the Grizzlies of Adams State University were quite easy. First as always, though, a little bio: Name of College/University: Adams State University Nickname: Grizzlies Colors: Green and White NCAA Division: II Conference: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Location: Alamosa, Colorado Established: 1921 as Adams State Normal School Famous Alumni: Don Cockroft, Neal Nelson, Pat Porter Current logo: Ok, that is obviously Optima, which is not that great a font to use for any college's athletics program. It's better fitted for a doctor's office, I feel. Also, since the green is dark, I feel that the black is a bit unnecessary. Here's what I did for ASU: This logo package is a classic look with a touch of modernity. The upper-left logo is the primary logo and consists of a green letter "A", wherein the counter space is replaced by a grizzly bear paw. The upper-right logo is the secondary logo and consists of a green version of the grizzly bear paw from the primary logo that is then tilted and given a pawless letter "A" at the bottom. The bottom logo is the tertiary logo and is a tiered "ASU" monogram with the "U" receiving the grizzly bear claws from the secondary logo. For the green, I used Pantone 3435 C and got rid of the black. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also as always, you can submit the name of a NCAA school (all divisions) that you think has a bad logo and I may just do that school in the coming weeks.
  9. Actually, I have something for y'all. Didn't think I was going to ever get these logos done, but here we are. I have designed four logos for the Clan of Simon Fraser University in Canada. Yes, this school is in the NCAA. I had wanted to do this school earlier this week, but the ideas just weren't coming to me. But anyhow, here's the bio on SFU: Name of College/University: Simon Fraser University Nickname: Clan Colors: Red, Blue, & Grey NCAA Division: II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conference Location: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada Established: 1965 Famous Alumni: Terry Fox, Justin Ring, Jay Triano Current logo: Not necessarily a bad logo, but I think it can be done better. Here's what I did: The top-left logo is the primary logo and consists of a blue-handle claymore (sword) and a red circular shield with a white "SFU" monogram and two white Canadian maple leafs flanking the monogram on top. The bottom-left logo is the mascot logo and the logo I did first. It is that of SFU's official mascot, a Scottish terrier named McFogg the Dog. You can click here to find out about his legend, which is too long to post here. I have made this McFogg more noble, yet still have a touch of aggressiveness. The top right logo is the secondary logo and consists of the red text "Simon Fraser" on top and divided out by the two red claymores which are crossed. The red "Clan" text and three red lines complete the logo. The bottom-right logo is that of a red version of the "SFU" monogram by itself. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also as always, you can submit the name of a NCAA school (all divisions) that you think has a bad logo and I may just do that school in the coming weeks.
  10. Taking a raincheck on posting a concept this week, because I'm working on next week's. It's all in my head now, but expect something next week.
  11. I have redone my logos for the Savage Storm of Southeastern Oklahoma State University. You can either look below or look back at the first post.
  12. To answer your question: Yes, but only when I can't think of anything to do for a new college. Sorry it took me so long to answer that. It's been a busy week. As a matter of fact, I might go back and redo my logos for the Savage Storm either today or tomorrow.
  13. This week, it was tough selecting a college to do these logos for, because just yesterday, I had selected South Dakota Mines. As soon as I started, though, the idea I had for them was not going to do, so I started again with the Thorobreds of Kentucky State, and that is what you are getting today. But first, as always, a little bio: Name of College/University: Kentucky State University Nickname: Thorobreds Colors: Green and Gold NCAA Division: II Conference: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Location: Frankfort, Kentucky Established: 1886 as State Normal School for Colored Persons Famous Alumni: Jayjay Helterbrand, Joseph Kendall, Yingluck Shinawatra Current logo: The main problem is that I don't think it's fierce-looking, and the zoom-out "KSU" doesn't help much. Overall, it just looks too cutesy for my taste. Here's what I did: The upper-left logo is the primary logo, and is a simple, yet fierce-looking green horse head with gold outline. The upper-right logo is a simple, collegiate "KSU" monogram in gold with a green outline. The bottom logo features a full-body edition of the primary logo in the background. In front is a stacked-and-flanked edition of the "KSU" monogram. Below that is the green-outlined gold "Thorobreds" text which completes the design package you see. I used custom green and gold shades, because KSU didn't have any Pantone information. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also as always, you can submit the name of a NCAA school (all divisions) that you think has a bad logo and I may just do that school in the coming weeks.
  14. This week, it was a doozy. It is a miracle that I came up with three logos for the Tritons of Eckerd College. But first as always, though, a little bio: Name of College/University: Eckerd College Nickname: Tritons Colors: Teal, Black, Navy Blue NCAA Division: III Conference: Sunshine State Conference Location: St. Petersburg, Florida Established: 1958 as Florida Presbyterian College Famous Alumni: Hank Green, Dennis Lehane, Jay Washington Current logo: If the team was named the Eckerd Waves, this would be a great logo. But, where is the triton? Not only did I remedy this lack of a triton with my set of three logos, but on top of that, the logos below are slick-looking for a Division III college: First off, I got rid of the black as a color and decided to keep the teal and navy blue colors from the current logo. The upper-left logo is the primary logo, which consists of the business end of the triton formed like a letter "E" in teal, along with an interlocking letter "C" in navy blue. The upper-right logo is the secondary logo and consists of the words "Eckerd" in teal and "College" in navy blue. Both words are rendered in the same type of lettering as the primary logo. The bottom logo is a full, tertiary logo that consists of a teal nautical shield with a version of the primary logo wherein the "E" is white instead of teal. Below the "EC" is the word "Tritons" in white and in the same type of lettering as both logos above. Two crossed navy blue tritons in the background complete this logo. As always, C&C is more than appreciated. Also as always, you can submit the name of a NCAA school (all divisions) that you think has a bad logo and I may just do that school in the coming weeks.
  15. 2015-16 Soccer Kits and News

    Minnesota United's first ever third kit: Source: http://www.mnunitedfc.com/news/2015/09/01/minnesota-united-introduces-third-kit