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  1. macalesterscots

    Hardest City for Fictional Concept Leagues

    Hey guys, I've always been interested in doing concepts for fictional sports leagues and I have noticed that there are definitely some cities for which assigning a name can be exceedingly difficult. Like I'm sure many of you do, I try to give my team names some sort of connection with the city (historical, economical, whatever) but for some cities I have major problems. So my question for discussion is, what cities give you the most trouble when doing a fictional league? I know for me my top three are usually LA, Charlotte, and Toronto. Would love to hear what everyone else thinks on the subject!
  2. Something I've wondered for a long time. Is it possible for teams from the major (North American) sports leagues in the same city to share one identity? Not asking should or would it happen, but could it happen? If one ownership group owned of all a city's major teams, or if the ownership groups across the different teams in the same city really wanted do it would it be allowed on a legal level? For example. Ted Leonsis owns the Washington Capitals and Wizards. If he really wanted both these clubs to have the same name, could he rebrand the Wizards as the Washington Capitals Basketball Club. Or vice versa renaming the Caps the Washington Wizards Hockey Club? Or let's say the owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pirates and Penguins all came together because they really wanted the city's teams to have one name. Let's assume the Steelers' identity wins out, and the owners of the Pirates and Penguins gave it the green light. Could they become The Pittsburgh Steelers Baseball & Hockey Clubs? I know at one point New York had both the baseball and football Giants, but they both pretty much had their own identities despite the same name. Mainly with the colors and logos each team used. Similar situation in St. Louis with the Cardinals being both a baseball and football team. *If I'm wrong about this point please correct me and show me proof of branding being shared across different pro sports* I mean same name, same colors, same logo (primary logo at least), one city, different leagues. Is it possible?
  3. joob

    Norwich City F.C. Redesign

    Around two years ago I created a Norwich City F.C. logo redesign in a minimalist style. It wasn't very strong and I didn't put much effort into. So, for an assignment in my Corporate Design class we had to redesign an existing brand. I saw this as a great opportunity to reimagine what I did back in 2015. I developed a custom typeface based off the angles used in the brand elements. The pattern was inspired by panels on a standard soccer ball and mesh found in a soccer net. It's a lot of big images so I'll post the main ones here. You can view the full project on my portfolio website or Behance
  4. Zeus89725

    Longmont City Flag Redesign

    I know everyone on here usually only posts jerseys and logos (Me included) but I realized that the town has an absolutely awful flag, and I felt the need to redesign it. If there's any terminology or references to the city that you don't understand, feel free to Google it. The flag is for the city of Longmont, Colorado, which is located on the Front Range, roughly halfway between Fort Collins and Denver. Below is a bunch of slides from a Powerpoint I'm making. Below the pictures of the slides will be a bit of commentary based on what's on the slide, and the inspiration/thoughts behind what's on the slide. TITLE SLIDE This is the title slide. Nothing really too special here. The flag flying on the front is the current flag of Longmont, whcih I'll get to later. CURRENT FLAG I'm gonna be brutally honest with this flag. It's an abstract mess from the 80's, with two 'L's, and negative space that resembles a crack pipe. In an unscientific survey I did of 25 people around Longmont, only 1 of them knew this was the city flag, and 0 of them had any idea what it represented. I don't understand why there's two 'L's when "Longmont" only has one. I don't know what the negative space is for, and I don't know why the 'L's are so oddly placed. I've only seen this flying in front of one civic building, one business complex, and in one workplace. NEW FLAG BRANDING INSPIRATIONS Not too long ago, the State of Colorado introduced new branding, located on the left, that more citizens find welcoming than the previous Colorado 'C' from the state flag. I agree that this is a lot cleaner, more modern, and more welcoming. I used that shade of green in my flags, and tried to hint at it in each one. My second inspiration was one of Longmont's most famous attractions, Twin Peaks. That's located on the right, and is formed between the two 13,000-14,000 foot mountains, Mt. Meeker and Long's Peak. I was also inspired by the foothills, (Pictured in front of Twin Peaks) the Longmont waterways, such as MacIntosh Lake, (Pictured at right) and the city's two rivers; the St. Vrain River, and Left Hand Creek. Lastly, I tried to represent the Great Plains that seem to begin right as Longmont does. FLAG DESIGN 1 Flags should be simplistic, look good, and have meaning, which this one does. The white mountains in the middle represent Twin Peaks, the blue on the left represents Left Hand Creek, the blue on the right represents the St. Vrain River, the green on the top represents the Rocky Mountains' green trees, and the green on the bottom represents the green of the Great Plains' grasses and grains. FLAG DESIGN 2 This is essentially the simplified version of Flag Design 1. The meaning is still there, minus the blue and the rivers. The white, this time, represents the white that sprinkles over the town and the mountains every winter. FLAG DESIGN 3 This is also a simplified version of flag design 1, just without the blue and the bottom green. The Twin Peaks extend all the way to the bottom of the flag this time, giving them a new feeling of height and power. FLAG DESIGN 4 I bet you're starting to see a pattern with these flags? They're all similar, and they all represent the same things. That's mostly true, except that the final one represents MacIntosh Lake rather than the two rivers of Longmont, because MacIntosh Lake provides the local farmers with water year-round, and also provides a beautiful place to hike, and to play, and just to view the mountains from. FINAL SLIDE This is the final slide, and provides rough mockups of all the flags flying. The top flag is the current flag, and all my designs are located below it. - Well, there it is! I know they're not the best flags, but leave me your thoughts, praise, and criticism below!
  5. brycecummings15

    OKC Identity Crisis

    Anybody else think that the Oklahoma City Thunder have a bit of an identity crisis going on right now? I mean it is one thing to have a 'throw-back' or alternate uniform but its also another to have a three totally different home uniforms. Am I crazy in thinking this?
  6. Just out of the blue, I decided to make custom Cover Photos for Facebook the other day. I made it for a Big XII group (for obvious reasons) so I decided expand and make more for other conferences. Don't think I have to explain how they're made. If you like them, feel free to take them. - ACC (A / C) - American (E / W) - B1G - Big XII - C-USA (E / W) - Div. 1 Ind. - MAC (E / W) - Mountain West - Pac 12 - Sun Belt - SEC (E / W) Requests - West Coast - Big East First up, the ACC.
  7. Years pass since the founding of several clubs, and some of them have changed a lot since its early years to the present day. The shirts are what most change over time, but ever wondered what it would be the first shirts of each club were made to current standards? That's what I stopped to think, and tried to illustrate here. In this post, two clubs were portrayed: Manchester City and Manchester United. The shirt of the City, was originally made in 1884, at the time the club was still called Gorton, and the United was made in 1878 when the club was called Newton Heath LYR. United have sent a shirt in honor of this for some time, and the City also recently but still with the current shell. My goal was to try to combine fidelity the unique, with the current templates of each club. Do not miss it on my blog: eleceathletic.blogspot.com.br/2015/05/e-se-as-primeiras-camisas-fossem-feitas.htmlFollow us on Twitter: @EleceAthletic Follow us on Instagram: EleceAthletic
  8. Quick and dirty paint concept for the Oklahoma City Thunder. I retained their current colors (minus navy, I feel it's totally unneeded. The current baby blue and orange/red are beautiful, and yellow acts as nice trim.) I tried for something very simple, with an even distribution of colors, while keeping their general look intact. I think I succeeded, but let me know what you think. I may go back and make some changes, so C&C is much appreciated. (P.S. the shorts logo is just a placeholder, but I kind of like the general idea. Just "OKC" italicized with bolts coming out from the "K")
  9. philcar1994

    London City - CSL Concept

    Hey everyone. I decided I would give a shot at making a soccer brand concept. This is the first time I have ever done one like this, so feedback would be great. The team is London City Soccer Club from London, Ontario and plays in the Canadian Soccer League. The franchise has a storied history and has had some terrible branding over the years. The crest: Features the London, Ontario coat of arms and "73" to honor the year the club was founded (1973) Road Home Alternate (features London skyline on back)