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  1. With the endless debate over the Indians use of Chief Wahoo, I feel it’s only a matter of time before the team also receives a name change. “Indians” is both an outdated and inaccurate term to describe Native American people. The Atlanta Braves are no strangers to controversy themselves. The leaked design for a cap bearing the “Screaming Indian” logo back in 2013 was met with such outcry that it was scrapped. There’s also the “tomahawk chop” fans have been enacting at Braves games for nearly three decades. This too has been deemed offensive by some. While the Braves haven’t endured as much scrutiny as Cleveland, I suspect they’re next once the Indians situation is resolved. I am curious where people stand on this issue. If you are in favor of an eventual rebrand, what sorts of alternate names and Atlanta-centric identities could the team explore? Is there a way to keep the Braves name and apply it to something other than a Native American-inspired identity? P.S. I don’t intend this to dissolve into another Wahoo debate, so please don’t allow that to happen. Thanks.
  2. 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.
  3. Hi everybody. This is a Rebranding project I did for Düsseldorf from the ISHD. ISHD is the German Inline-Skaterhockey Association. There are about 250 clubs with about 6.000 active players in several leagues. There have been Championships since 1986 so some teams already have quite a tradition. As I completed designing a logo for my hometown team that I also used to play for (Highlander Lüdenscheid) I liked the designing process very much and thought about the logos of the other teams of the league an decided to work on a new logo for one of the most traditional clubs - the Düsseldorf Rams - as I thought that especially the color scheme was outdated. After creating a new logo I proposed it to the club but as expected it got turned down. As I don't want it to get lost on my desktop I thought I would share it with you guys to hear and learn from other Logo addicts. So here we go (hope that I get it done with the pictures): So - what do you think? All the best wishes Daniel
  4. With all the talk about the new Raptors logo coming out soon... I wanted to play around with a different way to use the Raptor in a circular logo. I thought having the Raptor incorporated into a basketball was kinda cool.
  5. Hey everyone! I've been working on a project that wound up falling through, but that doesn't mean I can't share it. I was working with the Portland Sea Dogs in an effort to modernize the mark - I came up with a few wordmarks, icons and even a few uniform sets.
  6. Small and not so traditional teams usually have uniforms and sloppy visual identities. Using the Duque de Caxias FC as an example, let's try to change that. This design revamp, give a new face to the Duque de Caxias FC, ​​is a personal project, nonprofit, and without any connection with the institution Duque de Caxias Futebol Clube. It is worth mentioning also that this project is done with inspiration on a project of Ricardo Carvalho, called "Nike International Kits 2014/2015 & Brand New" which can be found right here on Behance. This project also was only possible with the knowledge acquired at the Federation of Mockups for the entire time that I was a member of it, and still am. This project does not use in any real brand beyond the Duque de Caxias redone brand, and the goal is to show that even the smallest clubs tradition, lower investment, with a little common sense, and good taste, may be more visually pleasing, and thus, attract more fans. Here will be developed in addition to things connected to the shield, which is the main identity of the club five uniforms for the football team, three players to line (Home, Away and Alternate), two for goalkeepers (Home and Away), plus uniforms for technical, training and commission etc. As I will not use any real brand, the brand to take on the role of supplier of sports equipment is a fictional brand that meet the name Elece. Click Here to see the project: http://bit.ly/1omrVqv
  7. Here is my take at a new re-branding effort for the Dallas Mavericks. I think this set retains the overall simplicity of the old logo and color scheme, but gives it a crisp new look that would hopefully stand the test of time if selected. I've seen this approach more and more lately with the 76ers, Wizards, Jazz etc., and it seems to be successful. I designed that new custom typeface as the foundation and then everything was driven by that. And since Texans love their great state I included some alternate logo options with the state and lone star in there. Comments and feedback are very welcome. Thanks Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  8. In response to the announcement that the Mavs may be redesigning their uniforms, here's my first-draft attempt. - Brings green back into the color scheme - Side striping designed to resemble a horse's stirrups - Lone Star of Texas forms the notch in the shorts - Western typeface and styling evoke a more distinctively Texan identity HOME: AWAY: AWAY (alternative version if you don't want a third color in your color scheme): Any feedback is much appreciated. UPDATE: I've also been toying with an idea for a Mavs logo (unrelated to the above concept) for a while now, so I thought I'd see what you all thought about that as well. Obviously, this is far from a finished concept -- not only is it currently using a design recycled from another team's defunct logo (Detroit's), but the execution in general is still really sloppy. This is more a "proof of concept" thing, just to see if the idea might be worth refining some more. The basic idea is a horse's head that resembles the state of Texas when turned upside-down (the ambigram wordmark is just sort of an extra). It could be used as a secondary court logo or something. Thoughts?
  9. Hi everybody, new member here. Just thought I'd post this and see if anyone had any thoughts on it. (By the way, please forgive the poor image quality; this was a fairly quick-and-dirty effort.) To start, here's the Hawks' current look. Great lines and curves, but the red-white-and-blue color scheme has become a bit boring and generic now that five different NBA teams are using it. Here's my new color scheme concept, designed to sort of resemble the colors of an actual red-tailed hawk: Updated logos: New court design possibilities: Retro-style uniforms for throwback nights: