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  1. Only two likes before I liked? Seriously? Beautifully rendered, no complaints or even nitpicking from me. I would favor the top right for two reasons: best colors and the horse's mane adds a nice touch to the logo's shape. Very sweet work.
  2. I've dedicated this thread to my Boston Red Sox's biggest arch rival, the New York Yankees, by updating their classic primary logo that has been used by the club since 1947. The entire logo is built from scratch. Since NY's main color is not red, I decided to reduce it, so the emphasis is now on the color navy. I also renewed and slightly thickened the red baseball stitches to create a cleaner look. The baseball bat is also slightly modified. I know that purists, Yankee hardcore fans would love to hit me now with at least one bat, but I've been toying with the idea of putting that concept into practice for quite a while. There's also an alternate mark I've created. Very simple, yet using the classic Yankees look. Could be worn on alternate navy uniforms with the interlocked "NY" on the chest for regular season usage. I know the chance those navy unis might become reality one day is, I guess, very, very, very slim. Current logo
  3. And another stolen Behance logo. This is your second one within a couple of hours. Why?
  4. Thanks, guys. I left out Space City Blue (that's the official name for this very shade of blue) because I really don't like that color in combination with black and orange. In my view, it's a little too pale in order to be a good or at least necessary supporting color. I've read countless of comments from Houston Dynamo fans on various forums who, like me, rather dislike Space City Blue, wishing that color wasn't part of the scheme. These are the two reasons why I didn't use it on the rebrand. I also think that the mark looks cleaner since it's simpler in shape and color scheme.
  5. Self-explaining... Their current mark: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/h8ga63uac257c37js2m47hqke/Houston_Dynamo/2006/Primary_Logo
  6. Since a couple of MLB teams like the Pirates or Padres have been using their cap logos as their primary team marks, I thought one team could also make use of that. I'm not a huge fan of this trend in MLB, but I think in this case it would actually make a lot of sense. It's not exactly the same what those aforementioned teams have done in the past, but the Royals could simplify their look a little bit more just by swapping primary and alternate status of their respective logos – which I did. I think their current primary logo is a little too cluttered and unbalanced. I also removed that very outdated, ugly and unnecessary black drop shadow from the "KC" interlocked initials to modernize that classic, simple and sweet logo a little bit more.
  7. This is a rebrand of the West Coast League logo (WCL) that has been used by the league since 2005. Looks like the designers wanted to make it look like some vintage mark back from the 1920's or 30's with that wishbone C and the W interlocking. However, I thought it could use some modernization, so here it is. Current WCL logo
  8. Thanks a lot, guys. Much appreciated! Thanks, TVIXX. Here are two reasons why I won't consider updating the famous Brewers glove logo. Firstly, it's iconic because of its simplicity, cleverness and originality. Secondly, because I think I couldn't really improve it. It needs to be simple, the basic shape shouldn't be altered. So I would end up creating something that might look very much like the original mark, but eventually it was just a cheap copy of the good, old and smart logo. Their current mark might not be perfect in terms of execution, but, like I said before, it's iconic and it doesn't scream "REEEDEESIIIGN" at all! Some logos are perfect, even though they don't look like that.
  9. Thanks a lot, guys. Much appreciated.
  10. The Reds from Cincinnati have one of those classic marks with a very high recognition value. However, the black 3-D shadows the club has added when they rebranded back in 1999 are very outdated. Therefore, they had to go – plus my mark now got a slightly thicker outline.
  11. Thanks a lot, joepro. The hockey stick is part of that logo for three reasons: 1. To graphically emphasize it's a hockey league (for those who don't know anything about it) because I already left out the explanation "AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE" for the sake of simplification 2. To add a distinguishing characteristic to the shape of the shield, and 3. To get rid of too much unused negative (blue) space that the letter "L" creates
  12. I never really liked any of those AHL league logos they have used so far. So I decided to modernize the mark, making it once again much simpler and cleaner. Gone is the rather cluttered look from the early 1970s roundel, including the explanation that AHL is the abbreviation for American Hockey League. I think the league has been popular enough to go without it. Colors remain the same: Royal Blue (PMS 286 C), Red (PMS 185 C) and white. Current AHL logo
  13. I agree with your opinion on the thick font, but only a "C" for the Colorado Rockies would not distinguish them anymore from venerable clubs like the Cubs, the Reds or Cleveland, teams which all have C's as initial logos on their caps or batting helmets. I guess that was the reason why the Rockies chose "CR" back in 1993.
  14. Hi Angela. Thanks for asking, and yes, you have my permission...
  15. Thanks a lot, guys. Bottom speed line has been edited and updated.