obiwantok

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  1. Which Logo Version is Best?

    It's not reckless; it's an approximation of final application embroidered on clothing.
  2. Good catch!- it is the Jackson Generals wordmark, just isolated and then stretched to a little over double the width without adjusting the height. Scaled, it is exactly what the Rome team has lifted. Not cool.
  3. You realize that it not a Brandiose project, right? Done by Studio Simon, according to the press release. This might not be everyone's taste, but it's a solid, professional look, with some interesting details (the brush-stroked script, the badge container, the way the teeth fit into the wedge shape of the snarl) which seems in line with their usual quality. Any legitimate critiques with some of Brandiose's projects carry less weight when their name is reduced to a pejorative, especially applied to another firm's work.
  4. LOGOLYMPIAD - EVENT 3 VOTING

    Gold: 7 Silver: 13 Bronze: 24
  5. LOGOLYMPIAD - EVENT 2 VOTING

    Gold: 15 Silver: 1 Bronze: 5 Honorable mention to #6, one of my favorites in the bunch, but looking a little too Original 6 (which isn't much of a criticism!). Nicely done, everyone!
  6. LOGOLYMPIAD - EVENT 1 VOTING

    Nicely-done, everyone! Almost across the board, each entry did something interesting with the team name, brought in some local flavor, or reflected some unique take on an alternate idea. The depth of ideas presented, no matter the final level of polish, was inspiring! My understanding of the challenge was to create an alternate logo that could potentially take the place of the current primary. With that in mind, I vote Gold: 28 Silver: 8 Bronze:16 Among a lot of great entries, these others are top-quality but more, in my opinion, like secondary logos: 6, 36, 1
  7. Yet Another Crossover Series: MLB Gridiron | COMPLETE

    This is a really thoughtful series; the intention put into adding team-specific details into each design is great. Your reasoning for the white Toronto helmet being chosen to match the white front panels of their classic caps made me thing of something. It might be a little too modern for the classic, straightforward uniform you've created, but what about a blue/white diagonal helmet design similar to the 2012 Navy helmet (since appropriated by Old Dominion, Virginia Tech, etc.)? That might be a way to display the logo on white, but also include blue as well. It could also work for the Orioles (if the bird head logo was used), or the Twins. Great job so far!
  8. College Football Uniforms - 2015 Season

    Or Puddles = Quackagawea?
  9. NFL Changes 2015

    This design was created by Brandon Moore, and can be seen on his Dribbble page here
  10. New Browns uni coming 2015

    Or they all just buy from Dick's Sporting Goods: http://www.dsg.com/jerseyreport/football (Joe Haden at #1 for the past 30 days)
  11. New Browns uni coming 2015

    Perhaps this has been mentioned already (I haven't seen it), but does the new logo itself provide the strongest evidence of a wider helmet stripe? It's seen in the profile helmet graphics as well, but the 3/4 view, with the new logo essentially being a tracing/refinement of the old. By overlaying the two, the width of the brown portions of the stripe are slightly, but clearly, wider in 2015:
  12. Good suggestions there. It's a great idea, but it does look off-balanced and could use a little more finessing. I'd second recommendation to adjust the top of the clover / "B". Yes, the extreme left of the "B" is meant to be the exact center of the top segment of the clover (which it isn't, for what that's worth), but it's okay to cheat that if the end result is more balanced and pleasing. But, that's only my opinion. Do with it what you will, but if you ask what people think, you're going to get some positive and some negative responses. In this case, it's been mostly positive.
  13. It's close, but looks more like a poorly-traced version of the original. Unless they intentionally made it sloppy to match the flag and sword mess.
  14. Minor leagues using parent club logos...

    I like it in baseball. It provides a little connection to the parent club, and as long as the individual team has its own identity, that little tie-in is all that's needed. The Akron Aeros (AA) and Lake Countain Captians (A) affiliates of the Clevelend Indians do it: