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    2020 Election Logos/Branding Thread

    If you are ever in the mood to do a little research on what colors often mean or what energies they get off, it can lead to some pretty cool theories on why they were even chosen. For instance, Kamala using the color purple as a main campaign color might symbolize power and wisdom, or it might represent a true pulling away from the old red, white, and blue schemes of every other campaign to show that she is unique in her approach. The same could be said for Kirsten. Here's a little more on Kamala's colors from BourneCreative.com's "Color Meaning Blog Series:"
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    2020 Election Logos/Branding Thread

    Are those the Great Pyramids of Egypt? Because those definitely aren't mountains.
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    2020 Election Logos/Branding Thread

    My rankings (so far): Tulsi - The sun setting/sun rising color scheme really works for a candidate from Hawaii. Great font choice, too. John Delaney - Standard red, white, and blue, so nothing new there, but it is a cool logo. Julian - The box surrounding the name says 'Trump' to me, so I'm not sure it's entirely original. Ojeda - Feels like a grunge logo you'd find on a shirt at the mall in the mid 2000s.
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    2020 Final Four Logo

    It's a very cool and modern logo, but I guess I'm confused as to what it is...? I obviously see the basketball, but I don't recognize anything else. Additionally, the colors remind me of something I would see out of Arizona or New Mexico, not Georgia. Interesting stab at this one.
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    Mascot Redesigns

    The App State Mountaineers have seen a number of 'Yosef' iterations leading up to today.
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    Papa John(')s new logo

    After the bout of bad press over the past year, Papa John's is removing the apostrophe and will now be known as... Papa Johns. They have released their new logo, which will go live in early 2019, as it is still pending trademark rights. As with all other logos lately, we are dropping all serifs to go for a new sans serif and minimalistic look. All imagery of Papa John himself has already been removed from the company, as well. We all knew a new logo had to be in the works. Thoughts? New: Old:
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    Hurricanes New Third Logo Concept

    I would also say that it feels very stagnant, so maybe figure out a way to get creative with showing motion and also filling some of that empty space?
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    Colorado Avalanche Update

    I'm still not feeling this avalanche/snow cascade. I guess I just don't really get why it looks so sharp and choppy? I'm not sure what to do to make it better at this point, as there is something I can't quite put my finger on that just reminds me of barbed wire or something.
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    Sierra Mist? Mist Twst?

    Update: others have spotted the new logo/old name in other places, according to Twitter. No official word on an update or rebrand, though.
  10. So, we all know that Sierra Mist recently went through a rebrand and name change within the past year or so, moving from Sierra Mist to Mist Twst. To cause even more confusion, I was at a Sheetz just recently and they have changed the branding for Mist Twst yet again on their soda dispensers. The soda dispensers said Mist Twst just a month ago, but now say Sierra Mist. I'm sensing a serious identity crisis going on with this soda. Is anybody else seeing these changes in their area or is this an isolated incident? 2001-2006 2006-2008 2008-2010 2010-2011 2011-2013 2013-2016 2016-2018 (?) 2018(?) -
  11. I know it's an old logo, but Wendy's used to be the same way, with the 'n' and 'y' in lower case and everything else in upper case.
  12. From what I have been told, the neck is supposed to be in the shape of North Carolina while the head is supposed to be in the shape of South Carolina. If you could isolate those two shapes, they'd be a fairly similar shape of each state.