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  1. A competition for the competitive. A series of challenges that will bring out the creativity within each competitor. A tournament where only one will emerge victorious. Ladies and gentlemen...the first annual Knockout Games! The Knockout Games require competitors to submit a variety of sports-related concepts that will go head-to-head in 1v1 match-ups. Through a long process and a large number of challenges, the community will decide the eventual winner. Competitors will be paired randomly in 1v1 matches for each round. Each competitor will receive an email informing them of who they will be facing. No one but they and their opponent will know until the voting phase is over. Unless it is necessary, competitors will not face each other more than once. All competitors will be given the same challenge. They will have one to two weeks to submit their concept, depending on the difficulty. If competitors do not submit their concept in time, they will forfeit their matchup for that round. Two days after the submission deadline, the voting phase will begin. Concepts will be shown but competitors' names will not be revealed until after the voting is over. Voting will take place for three days. Voters are allowed one vote per matchup, however they do not have to vote in every matchup. Competitors are not allowed to vote for their own concept. A strike is given to the competitor who loses their matchup. Once a competitor exceeds three strikes they will be eliminated from the tournament. Competitors will also receive a strike if they do not submit a matchup on time. If both competitors in a matchup do not submit on time, they will both receive a strike, no winner will be declared, and their matchup will not be shown during the voting phase. In the event of a tie, the final vote will be decided by a panel of three judges. Scroll down for more details... If an odd number of competitors are eliminated, there will be one unpaired competitor in the next round. In the event that this happens, a wild card will be selected from the previous round's eliminated competitors by the same judging panel as an opponent for the unpaired contestant. Again, more details are below... Want in? Shoot me an email at j4anderes at gmail dot com. Include the subject name Knockout Games and leave me with your CCSLC name. To enter, you must have both an email and a CCSLC account. DEADLINE TO ENTER IS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13TH, AT 6 PM EST. You can also apply to be a part of the judging panel. However, there are some things you should know before you do. You can be both a judge and a competitor. However you will not be able to cast a tie-breaking vote in a matchup that showcases your concept. In that case I will take your place in the voting process for that matchup. If two judges are somehow paired against each other and go to a tiebreaker vote, the third judge will cast the single tie-breaking vote. As a judge you will also be unable to select your concept as a wild card. As a judge, you will only take part in the tie-breaker voting and the wild-card selections. The rest, such as counting votes, making challenges, etc. is up to me, the commissioner. You will not be allowed to vote during the regular voting phase. You can only do so during tiebreaker cases. Please do not apply unless you can make a commitment to this job. Not that it's hard or overly important, but there are things you should keep in mind. There will be little time to cast your vote or make your wild card selections, two days at max. Again, nothing crazy, just something to remember. This is a first come-first serve basis, so if you're one of the first three to apply, you're a judge. Shoot me an email at j4anderes at gmail dot com. Title the subject Knockout Judge and also let me know if you are entering as a competitor. DEADLINE TO APPLY IS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13TH, AT 6PM EST. ******** Good luck to everyone who enters!
  2. Toledo Walleye Concept

    Taking a small break from my New Look series to post this. Over at HJC, they recently had a Toledo Walleye Redesign Comp, and this was my entry. IMO the walleye have one of the best minor league identities in sports, so I didn't change too much. I kept the navy cuffs/hem on both jerseys, but made the striping pattern more traditional, but with a minor league feel. there are yokes on both jerseys, and I used the realistic-looking walleye as the main crest. The double-hook logo is on the shoulders. Not much else to say. C&C welcome.
  3. Not sure if this is the right place, but Bolton Wanderers (UK soccer team) have been running a logo competition and my design has been shortlisted. I have attached the designs below, I would love to hear everyones thoughts on all the logos. Please see the link below if you would like to vote. https://www.bwfc.co.uk/news/2017/may/logo-competition-shortlist-announced/
  4. The final round! Double Points! Lets get at it! Check out this thread for the details This is the final logo we're commissioned to do. The Bucs won a second straight title over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Los Angeles. As a designer, you will need to create a new logo for the big game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 3/28, and end 4/10. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here Reply to this thread to let me know who is in, and start drawing!
  5. Took a week off from posting these to give as much time to get as many submissions for this set of concepts. We will have 3 in this round. Check out this thread for the details This is the seventh logo we're commissioned to do. The Bucs got out of the Panthers' shadow, and beat the Jaguars at the new Falcons' stadium. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl LI, Super Bowl LII and Super Bowl LIII to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 3/13, and end 3/27. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl LII round.
  6. Took a week off from posting these to give as much time to get as many submissions for this set of concepts. We will have 3 in this round. Check out this thread for the details This is the seventh logo we're commissioned to do. Cam Newton gets revenge, leading the Panthers past Luck's Colts. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl LI, Super Bowl LII and Super Bowl LIII to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 3/13, and end 3/27. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl LII round.
  7. Super Bowl Shuffle LI - Houston

    Took a week off from posting these to give as much time to get as many submissions for this set of concepts. We will have 3 in this round. Check out this thread for the details This is the seventh logo we're commissioned to do. The Broncos beat the favored Panthers again, lead by Mark Sanchez. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl LI, Super Bowl LII and Super Bowl LIII to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 3/13, and end 3/27. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl LI round.
  8. Check out this thread for the details This is the fifth logo we're commissioned to do. The Seahawks passed, and the Patriots stole a Super Bowl ring in Arizona. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl 50 to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 2/28, and end 3/13. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl XLIX round.
  9. Check out this thread for the details This is the sixth logo we're commissioned to do. The Broncos beat the favored Panthers, and Peyton Manning went out on top. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl 50 to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 2/28, and end 3/13. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl 50 round.
  10. Check out this thread for the details This is the fourth logo we're commissioned to do. The Seahawks thumped the Broncos in the Meadowlands. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl XLVII and Super Bowl XLVIII to create a new logo for the game. There's no major requirements for the logo. The logo must be a 800x600 image, and on a blank color background of your choice. No personal branding can be included, just to keep it anonymous when voting. You can post the logo in the concept section after voting is done. Some things I have noticed staring at Super Bowl logos for the last week. The Roman Numerals are the main focal point. The logos are slightly generic, with simple motifs of the area/region. The logos typically don't connect to the NFL team in the city. No skylines are ever used, and they rarely have the city's names. This round will start 2/21, and end 3/6. The final time to submit your logo is 11:59 that Sunday. I'll post the logos that Monday, and we'll have 72 hours to vote from the time I make that post. The only way to submit will be to email me at michaeldanger94@gmail.com. Voting can be followed along here Vote here! So without further ado, post in this thread if you're signing up for the Super Bowl XLVIII round.
  11. Super Bowl Shuffle

    The year is 2020. Super Bowl LIV just had been played, with the Buccaneers beating the Jaguars in the second straight year. The game went on as normal, with tons of media build up, expensive commercials of companies using hip memes of the day, and the traditional game of gridiron football. However, there was a dark tone to the game. This would be Roger Goodell’s last Super Bowl as commissioner. Goodell had become a tyrant, renaming the Lombardi Trophy after himself before Super Bowl LIII, and doing anything to make money(which he was found out later to be pocketing). Lead by the NFL Players Association, and former players started a coup to seize power from Goodell. Goodell claimed it was a “War on Football”, which is the first and only time this term was correctly used. It was a rocky few months, but it happened in the off season. The NFLPA gained control, and started democratic elections of the commissioner. Goodell was exiled to a place that would never see a professional football game again, London. In an attempt to wipe out the “Goodell Years”, the new NFL commissioner Marshawn Lynch had a bold idea. With the help of NFL Films, they would get rid of all traces of the chrome Super Bowl logos that had been made to be standardized and look futuristic. NFL Films agreed to doctor the film of the games to include new logos. This meant new logos of the last 10 Super Bowl would have to be made. They are looking for bold, colorful logos that reflect the year the game was in and the host city. We at Chris Creamer’s Sports Logo Community have been given the task to design the 10 logos. Each round will consist of a branding periods of 2 weeks. After those two weeks are up, I’ll post the logos without the maker’s name. We’ll have a typical voting process of naming the top 3 logos, all earning an associated amount of points. When we total up the amount, the top 10 vote getters will be posted and points awarded based on the current F1 point system. This final point system will add up across all rounds. The final round will be Super Bowl LIV, worth double points due to the game returning to Los Angeles, and still being in the public’s consciousness. Most points after all five round wins. Contestants can only submit concepts for one game per round, just to keep an even field points wise. Here are the rounds Round 1 2/14-2/28 Super Bowl XLV - North Texas Super Bowl XLVI - Indianapolis Round 2 2/21-3/6 Super Bowl XLVII - New Orleans Super Bowl XLVIII - New York/New Jersey Round 3 2/28-3/13 Super Bowl XLIX - Arizona Super Bowl 50 - San Francisco Bay Area Round 4 3/6-3/20 Super Bowl LI - Houston Super Bowl LII - Minneapolis Super Bowl LIII - Atlanta Round 5 3/20-4/3 Super Bowl LIV - Los Angeles So sit tight, we're gonna start Sunday.