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  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'd argue that Washington-Toronto and Boston-Milwaukee also got it right. I noticed that Indy didn't need to change unis at all.
  2. 2018 NBA Post Season

    I have a feeling that if Utah wins the title with these orange city jerseys, they'll be here to stay and will rank higher than the 90s jerseys that took them to two Finals.
  3. VOLKSWAGEN CONCEPT LOGO!!! BY KONG TOM

    Perhaps OP intended for the background wallpaper to be part of the logo?
  4. Volkswagen redesigning its logo

    Like the Jazz cup design? https://gizmodo.com/the-lost-designer-of-this-classic-1990s-pattern-has-fin-1712539542
  5. https://auto.ndtv.com/news/new-volkswagen-logo-expected-in-2019-1839776
  6. Las Vegas 51s to Get New Name, New Everything in 2019

    Las Vegas Jackpots
  7. American Express changed the font used for its wordmarks to one that they use in the classic square logo.
  8. Logos that Look Alike

    Interesting factoid. Supposedly DC Comics didn't trademark their old logo and now they can't because of DC shoes.
  9. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Wonder what uni matchup Nike has in store for them if they were to meet in the playoffs.
  10. NBA Changes 2017-18

    To each their own, I guess.
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    This is insane and infuriating.
  12. NBA Changes 2017-18

    According to @Froob's link, Bulls have not and will not wear association jerseys at home this season.
  13. NBA Standardizes their Logos, Design Experts Share Thoughts

    Disregading prestige for a moment, how would you rank the trophies?
  14. NBA Standardizes their Logos, Design Experts Share Thoughts

    I guess I was just reiterating what the mothership wrote about it being standardised across the entire league. I liked the old Finals logo, too.
  15. NBA Standardizes their Logos, Design Experts Share Thoughts

    Standardization: good for street signs, bad for logos.