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  1. Settle an argument. Is this poster design insensitive, clever or just offensive?
  2. Le Tour

    Hello CCSLC. I am a fan of the Tour and watch it as much as i can, not a bike rider in the pure sense myself as i am more of a downhiller. 4 great stage sprint finishes so far. Last night/this mornings win was by about the width of a wheel. unbelievable given it was closer than stage 3's tight finish.Hard not to really like Peter Sagan, the way he rides his bike and carries himself. It might be known at Tour de Pharmacy to some, but its all these little things as well as the brilliant vision of the magnificent French towns and countryside as much as the battle between riders that get me watching every year. I am really looking forward to the coming mountain stages after yesterdays little tussle. Jersey wearers after the stage 5 YELLOW JERSEYVAN AVERMAET G.BMC GREEN JERSEYSAGAN P.TNK POLKA-DOT JERSEYDE GENDT T.LTS WHITE JERSEYALAPHILIPPE J.EQS THE DAY'S WINNERVAN AVERMAET G.BMC TEAMBMC RACING .BMC COMBATIVEDE GENDT T.LTS
  3. EURO 2016 Posters

    Hey everyone! Since the Euros are underway, I decided to get in the spirit and create some artistic posters for some of the teams, kinda how ESPN did. Here's my one for France, the team I'm supporting, and the hosts. If you want to see a certain team just ask.
  4. As I'm a big rugby fan, I'll be presenting you my own version of the English First Utility Super League, a rugby league tournament with teams from Northen England and Southern France. Here below there is a short explanation of what rugby league is, if you already know it you can skip it Rugby league is a quite popular game in Northen England, Southwest France, Australia and New Zealand, it is slightly different from Rugby Union as in a game there are 13 players instead of 15. It was originated in Northen England in 1895 as a split of rugby union for problems over the issue of the payment of players. Nowadays it is a quite different sport from rugby union because of the smaller number of players and peculiar rules which resulting in a faster game with less rucks. You can check the current teams' logos here (some of them are a bit out of date) Here you have my attempt with a new league logo.
  5. Hello everyone! First I wanted to introduce myself, I'm PascalHugo and I am a designer. I wanted to create a football series, sorry soccer, across the Europe and maybe the world... So let's start this! ( Yeah yeah I know, I try inspiration by Berlin Wall and Lafarge) DEUTSCHE FUßBALL LIGA The Deutsche Fußball Liga was founded in 1960, after the DFB and the DDR decided to create an unique championship for Germany. It's a merger of several regional championship across the two Germany. It was one of the Top 5 championship in Europe (England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France) and it's most unpredictable of all. There are 20 clubs in the Deutsch Fußball Liga . During the course of a season (from August to May) each club plays the others twice (a double round-robin system), once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 38 games.
  6. Ligue 1 by Wgeddes

    So, I'm all done with Russian Premier League, if you haven't seen it then you should check it out. Now it's time for the top French soccer league, Ligue . Again I'll post three kits for each team, and I'll post them in reverse standing order (last place to first place). I am using Raysox's template, if you want it you can find it on the first page Raysox's A-League topic. Kit Makers: nike, adidas, umbro, puma, and kappa. I'll have to talk to Raysox about getting a new balance template. Please read through and enjoy, I'll post little descriptions about each kit.
  7. Ligue 1 by Le Coq Sportif®

    This is my take on the League 1. Here's the link.
  8. Much to my surprise, I did OK in Raysox's European Soccer Concept Cup (go vote if you haven't already). I didn't make the knock-out stage [cue the sad trombone music], but I don't think I embarrassed myself either, especially going up some longtime board members/great designers. I have some thoughts on what I could have done better, but I'll keep those to myself for now. What did you think of my concepts -- other than some obvious typos that keep me up at night (I'm an editor by trade)? What worked? What didn't? Good kits, bad presentation? Why didn't you vote for it (even the smallest details)? I'd be interested in any Illustrator and/or Photoshop tips/tricks/processes that could help me improve, too. chrisCLEMENT was kind enough to provide some feedback during the UK voting round: "HONORABLE MENTION: Sheffield - Great concept, a better look at the crest and a back view of the jerseys would have put you into the top 5 in my box, very nice effort on your part. Lots of potential there!" So, again, thank you for that. But I always appreciate more C&C. Thanks in advance! First entry: France - AS Bordelais Crest: Not only incorporates the tower from the Bordeaux coat of arms, but also the shield shape typical of French club crests. The city symbol, lion and fleur de lis are front and center. As unoriginal as it may be, the color scheme mimics wine, a la Bordeaux. Home kit: I'm a huge fan of sublimation, or at least subtle color changes in kits, so I included them here. The hoops are mimicked in the socks, which are Adidas' version of the Team Speed socks (for reference). Away kit: Keeping with the hoops theme, I decided to change it up a bit. This time, the hoops are thinner and represent the tower in the crest. Third kit: Went with the secondary color for the third kit. Adidas uses contrasting lines (am I using the right terms here?) to sublimate designs in jerseys. So I thought I would do the same to keep it looking like something Adidas would do. Rather than being on the back of the jerseys, the city symbol is now on front of the third kit, and the lion from the coat of arms replaces it.Next up: Spain - Euskal Herriko Futbol Taldea
  9. For awhile now, I've been working on a couple of large projects, and I realized a little while ago that I haven't posted a concept on here in nearly a year. So, I decided to take a much needed break from those and work on a single concept or two. In the end, I decided on soccer, because I hadn't actually completed a full concept before in that sport, this sort of took on a mind of its own, and became the American Soccer Federation. In 2014, the American Soccer Federation voted unanimously to expand to the Northeast, and made a surprise pick, choosing Portland, Maine as the next home of an ASF franchise, and the second franchise in the state of Maine. Upon receiving it, ownership decided to name the team after the seafaring traditions of the city and state, and Portland Mariners F.C. (more commonly known as Mariners FC and the Mariners by fans) was born. (Click to Zoom) CREST The Mariners crest features numerous symbols that are important to Maine, as well as real life mariners, while maintaining a clean, classy look. The main feature is a navy blue lighthouse that plays a role in the actual structure of the crest itself. Lighthouses are important symbols and landmarks within the state, while also playing a vital role in the safety of sailors and fishermen, who work close along the rocky coastline. Upon the lighthouse is a yellow anchor, representing strength and toughness of real life mariners. Below the lighthouse is vertical stripe design with Seafoam Green (not teal) and white stripes. This design is a stylized representation of the ocean which surrounds these lighthouses. The green represents the color of the ocean, while the white symbolizes the white foam that is created upon waves breaking along the coastline. Sublimated within the middle green stripe is the word "Dirigo," the state motto (more on that later). (Click to Zoom) UNIFORMS The Mariners are outfitted with Nike, and sport uniforms that are innovative, yet classy, while continuing to represent Maine and the sea. PRIMARY The primary uniforms are seafoam green with navy shorts, both of which have contrasting accents. The main feature of the home kits are the stripes on the sides of the shirts. These stripes are stylized version of waves. From the front, the growing lines represent the phenomenon of waves building sideways as they approach the shore, where I'm from in Maine, they tend to grow to the right (not sure if that differs elsewhere), so the stripes were strategically placed to reflect that. On the sides of the shirts, the same lines represent a wave growing vertically, giving the feel that the wave is just about to crash down upon the viewer. This design is also featured on the socks. The Mariners' sponsor is L.L. Bean, easily the most famous, and arguably important brand within the state. This, along with the name and numbers, are featured in white with a navy outline. On the back of the neck is a gold anchor. this is meant to be viewed from up close, while being hardly noticeable from afar, and therefore, not muddling the overall look, while giving some uniqueness to the uniforms. CLASH The clash uniforms are completely yellow with a simple black line running down the center of the shirt. Why yellow, you ask? Well, it is meant to symbolize the traditional (and somewhat stereotypical) look of a fisherman, dressed entirely in a yellow poncho with black boots. One of Maine's landmarks is the giant fisherman in Boothbay Harbor, and this design also harkens to that. The sponsor logo, names, numbers, and anchor are all shown in black on this design, retaining the simple look. CAPTAIN'S ARMBAND Upon establishing the team, the ownership wanted everything to represent the team and the state, so they also designed the Captain's Armband. This is in the team colors, primarily navy with seafoam and yellow stripes (this will allow it to both clash, and tie in with each uniform). The band, like the crest, reads "Dirigo," which is the state's motto. Dirigo means "I Lead," and the ownership thought it would be a fun way to represent the Captain, who is the leader of the squad, while tying into the state. C+C is welcomed and encouraged.
  10. Still new to designing logos that aren't soccer logos. I am trying to make a logo for a team in Marseille, France for my European Hockey League, but I'm a little stuck on the colours of the logo as well as how to improve on my logo. I need to work on the mouth, eye and tail for sure. Don't hold back on the criticism please! So here are the colour options. (My favourites are 3 and 4, but Teal will still be used on the jersey.) 1. Light Blue Outline / Grey Body 2. Light Blue Outline / Teal Body 3. Dark Blue Outline / Light Blue Body 4.Dark Blue Outline / Grey Body
  11. Hello everyone, I often use this site in my logo design for sports teams, and I saw that there is a section Roller Hockey International Logos. I realized the logo of a roller hockey in France and I would like to know if this logo could be added to your site? Here is the facebook logo and team: http://www.behance.n...ey-team/6884577 https://www.facebook.../Tigresdegarges And if you have some criticism to give? thank you