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  1. Here is my new concept idea for the Nordiques... Maybe its more of a AHL looking logo rather then a NHL logo but I think its a fun idea that would represent the Nords return to any league. The igloo is the primary and the polar bear is the shoulder patch logo. Comments and critiques are welcomed!
  2. SuperLex Rebrand Hello everyone, Derrick here from dasedesigns.com I recently worked with a personal Motorsports brand to create and re-brand her logo design and identity. Alexis "SuperLex" Olivera is a young up and coming racer competing in the Mini GP Series. I worked with Alexis and her father to create and re-brand her new visual identity including multiple variations for Logo designs and Apparel. The main goals with this project were to ditch her previous cookie cutter logo upgrade her identity to something a bit more modern and bold. She competes in a heavily Male Dominated Sport so for starters we needed her identity to be Mean enough to stand its ground against any competition that came her way. Asides from the angry essence of the design it still has to have a slight feminine touch considering she's one of the only female racers! I present to you the new SuperLex Identity! More Info: Thanks for watching and more updates coming this year! -Special thanks to Kris Olivera for the Photography. -For those asking, the Apparel Mockup Templates are from YellowImages Social Media Twitter: DaseDesigns | SuperLex26 FaceBook: DaseDesigns | SuperLex26 Website: Dase's Sports Logos | SuperLex26
  3. Quick story, I went to college in a small town in Texas called Nacogdoches and their high school team is the Dragons and I didn't care for their logo. They used the Mortal Combat dragon in the state of Texas. So I did a little tweaking to catch it up to the times and to not poach another logo. Let me know what y'all think. Old Logo My Concept
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  5. Player Branding rarely reaches the point where it becomes so popular and recognizable that it becomes its own stand alone brand. One player who has done this is Michael Jordan. So you're a hot young creative designer tasked with creating branding for a player that would rival 23. Show us what you got! Any Athlete, Any Parent Company, Any Pro Level Sport. Logos, Branding, etc If you can design shoes/ Cleats DO IT. Really dig in and get creative!
  6. Remorse Gaming Logo & Identity Hello everyone, Derrick here from Dasedesigns.com This is another Sports Logo Concept & Identity that I created as a personal project. Featuring a sleek, clean and simple Dragon Logo. After creation of the design & identity it was later purchased by "Remorse Gaming" for their new organization! Check out the final presentation below! Thanks for Watching! Check the links below for more! SpeedArt: Dragon Logo Speedart Behance Presentation: Dragons Full Presentation My Website: Gaming Team Logos
  7. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES NEW LOGO CONCEPT Growing up i've always been a fan of the Timberwolves and what they've done with their branding. I've always liked their logos, colors, court designs, elements of their jerseys, etc. I think they have done a pretty nice job overall over the years. With the Timberwolves rebranding next season, I wanted to try my own version of their logos. I've always been a fan of their original logo, but felt that it needed some tweaks to really make it pop. I have two different mockups that i've done; classic revamp of the their original logo vs. tweak of current secondary logo. I wanted to try and focus on the blue, green, and white colors with the use of black as an alternate color. What do you think of these concepts? Any critiques, suggestions, improvements are encouraged. Thanks guys! Enjoy! Matt
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  9. Hey Everyone, My brain fought posting this question for a long time for fear of negative reactions or criticism, but I just have to put it out there for peace of mind. I am really interested in transitioning to a career in the corporate branding/logo design/graphic design world. I have seen other posts here before, but I think my situation is a bit different, so I would love some feedback. I just turned 34 and have a very solid corporate job. I am married and my wife has a good job as well. We don't have any debt (although we are trying to buy a house) and no kids...yet. All of that means that I have a decent amount of disposable income to use either for taking classes, doing internships or just trying to start something on my own. While I have a very good job, I am not a good fit and cannot see myself being there long term. I have an IT background, but I work more on the database side. However, I have found it pretty easy to pick up basic Photoshop and Illustrator skills. I have several areas of interest, but the one I keep coming back to design. My question is how do I begin this transition? How do I get more experience and insight into how this industry works? I am willing to start from square one, but I am not sure exactly what that is. I have read just to start making projects and that is a good start, but beyond that I want to know how to get into that world. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. And please note that this is not some half-cocked, pie eyed idea. I have been thinking about it and researching it for a very long time, but you can only read so much before acting.
  10. My first project of the summer - for the Brookwood Warriors of Thomasville, GA - for use across the entire athletic program:
  11. As some of you may have seen, I am in the middle of a Lil NHL concept series of youth-inspired NHL logo spinoffs. I have decided to submit some of my designs to NHL teams for their youth hockey programs (some don't work for the brands teams have cultivated, so I'll try to work those elements into my upcoming designs). The first logo I am formatting for submission is for the Little Howlers program, run by the Arizona Coyotes. I posted this logo before, but made a few tweaks and developed a crest for the program. I am looking for any feedback before I pull the trigger and send it in! The current logo is based off their mascot, but its worth taking a shot in another direction!
  12. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-04-15/nba-owners-said-to-approve-ad-patches-on-jerseys-for-first-time National Basketball Association owners approved advertising on uniform jerseys for the first time in league history, according to people with direct knowledge of the decision. The ads, in the form of 2.5-by-2.5-inch patches, will debut in the 2017-18 season, which coincides with Nike replacing Adidas as the league’s official uniform supplier.
  13. I figured I would make this into one thread so here it goes... I love the AHL as much as I do the NHL so here are some defunct AHL teams of the past I created. Hamilton Canucks (1992-1994) Saint John Flames (1993-2003) Washington Lions (1941-1943/1947-1949) (For more info on the Washington Lions check here)... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_Lions More AHL teams of the past to come soon... Comments and critique wanted.
  14. If the NWHL decided to expand, How about the Los Angeles Queens!? I came up with this logo while watching a Boston Pride hockey game and thought that a team in LA would perfect to expand into. I went with gold and black instead of the Kings silver and black. Comments and critique wanted.
  15. Just a fun idea for a women's hockey logo I had... The Salem Witches. Nothing serious here, I figured adding skates to her was a nice touch as well, what do you think? My wife wants to put this on a custom jersey for herself to wear. Used the Bruins colors so when its put on the jersey it will match. I still need to touch it up a bit but wanted to show my direction of it. Comments and critique wanted.
  16. I created this logo for fun a few weeks ago. I named this team after the infamous Blizzard of 1978 that hit New England where I live. I wasent born until 1983 but my family still tells the stories of what they went through when that blizzard struck. Was only going to be a little snow but little did the weather men know what a epic blizzard it would become. If you are interested in the info about the blizzard you can read about it here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_Northeastern_United_States_blizzard and here's a site dedicated to it http://www.blizzardof78.org/ Im thinking about creating a snow flake logo to go with this as well. I figured a snowman would be more "out of the box" for this though. What do you all think?
  17. Thought I'd share some of my logo & design work from the past & present. Got about 15-20 so will post 5 at a time. Feel free to leave C&C. As always thanks for stopping by!
  18. Just off the top of my head: Iowa State Cyclones: mascot is a cardinal bird New Orleans Saints: dog Cleveland Browns: an elf, then a dog Tennessee Titans: raccoon Kansas City Chiefs: wolf Auburn Tigers: war eagle Phoenix Suns: gorilla Alabama Crimson Tide: elephant Oakland Athletics: elephant Detroit Pistons: had a flaming horse head for a while but I don't know if you could call that a mascot And probably the most famous one of all: Philadelphia Phillies: The Philly Fanatic (has it ever been explained what kind of creature he is?) I'm sure there are plenty more. Which ones am I missing?
  19. Here's an idea or rather my attempt at a refresh for the NRL team - Sydney Roosters - http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/list_by_team/2494/Sydney_Roosters/ I think the current marks are dated and a bit rough to be honest. I thought it would be fun to make up a new set. I've created a chief logo (portrait), wordmark, shoulder/chest badge and landscape lockup. Let me know your thoughts! Cheers
  20. Hey Guys! I've been working on this simple concept I've had the idea for recently. Check it out and let me know what you think! More on http://jessediebolt.com/dennis-schroeder and https://www.behance.net/gallery/33210855/DENNIS-SCHROEDER
  21. http://espn.go.com/nhl/story/_/id/14564486/nhl-uni-watch-friday-flashback-why-hartford-whalers-logo-endures
  22. I'm talking about the triple striped socks in the New England Patriots' away uniform. How is it possible that Nike is being forced to include a design element that is essentially an adidas trademark in the Patriots uniforms? The Pats' current away uniforms were designed by adidas in the late 90's and debuted in the year 2000. They feature a signature adidas design element: three stripes on each sock. In case you think this is silly, that nobody can trademark the number of stripes on a sock, adidas markets itself as "the brand with the three stripes" and three stripes, not only on socks, but on t-shirts, shorts, pants, and jackets is an adidas branded design element. It may or may not be an officially registered trademark but adidas has aggressively sued other companies who design clothing that even remotely comes close to looking like their three stripes. So why did Reebok agree to keep making the triple striped socks when they took over the NFL uniform contract from adidas in 2002? Adidas ended up buying Reebok in 2005 so it makes sense that the triple striped socks would stay after that but now that Nike is in control, why are they continuing to make a symbol of a competitor on such a high profile team? Considering how Nike loves to "fix" what isn't broken I'm sure the subject has come up many times. So why do you guys think Nike hasn't changed the design of the away socks by now?
  23. Howdy folks! I know everyones talking about this so I figured I'd throw in my 2 cents. So here's my take on everything we've heard about the Panthers new uniforms and logos. For my logo I took the 101st Air Born shield and applied my panther sketch to it, I like the product a lot. And for the jerseys: I like the red uni but not so much the white one. Let me know if you think anything can get better or change for the better to fix it.
  24. I was an employee of the Hot Rods over the summer and got the chance to make some offseason ads and graphics with their new logos before the season was over. While working with these logos, I felt the same way as a lot of you on the boards. I felt that SME really missed the boat on the overall design concept and it felt rushed in some areas. There were some logos that I felt they did a great job on and it is reflected in my design concepts, but for this project I wanted to take my experience in being a minor league baseball fan and working in minor league baseball and see what I could come up with to improve the Hot Rod's new brand. For this project a designed a few new logos to replace some of the logos I felt SME did not work well for a minor league team and also kept a few of the ones that worked well. I redesigned the whole uniform set and even added a special sunday uniform. I am starting off this project by showing the primary logo I designed which I used as a focal point that everything else is designed around. I will periodically add more from this project.