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  1. Apex soccer league logos

    Forgive what is a double post, but the General Design forum doesn’t seem to be running rampant with active users. These are at least concepts for a real-life soccer league, so I’m hoping this is considered a legit post. Anyway, I'm in the throes of creating an adult rec soccer league in my area--the Rocky Mountains. I'm calling it Apex Rec Soccer League, drawing on both the noun and the verb form of the word "apex." I've narrowed down about 20 ideas to these two, both of which are shown in color and B&W. I have my thoughts on which is better and why I designed the way I did; typesetting will be completed when I finalize the logo itself. I'll hold off on my own thoughts until there is initial feedback. Thanks in advance for any ideas/praise/critiques.
  2. The Boston Bruins have, IMO, one of the coolest Retired Number banner motifs in all of sports. I thought it might be fun to try a version of a Stanley Cup Banner akin to their roundels. What do you think?
  3. Mammoth Logo Concept

    Drew this up the other day. I'll be using it in my stock folder. Just thought I'd see what the fine artists on here thought.
  4. Hey everybody! I was trying to make a roundel logo for the St. Louis Blues without using their "wing note" logo. I kept the Gateway arch and added gold/yellow to it, I made 5 lines (representing sheet music and water) at the bottom to show that St. Louis is on the Mississippi River, and the words St. Louis Blues to it. I also included the color red to represent Missouri's flag (and because the Blues once used red). But the problem is that it needs something else. I'd like some advice on what to add or take out. A bit of advice on how to make the arch look more 3d would be great as well.
  5. Washington Capitals Jersey

    I was inspired to try and create a new logo for the Capitals when the Wizards announced they were switching to the roundel logo for the playoffs and future seasons. Seeing that the Nationals also follow this theme for their logo, I wanted to see how the Caps would looks with new logos. Notes: - The stars on the arm are three in a row - The collar has "Rock The Red" on the inside Let me know what you think!
  6. Hey all, got a question for you. Should block serif fonts be used in roundels? The reason I ask is because I placed some on a curved path in a logo I'm designing, and it seems to create an optical illusion that the letters are bulging. Now, I could be just suffering design fatigue, and I could just be going generally crazy, but I'd really like to know if any one has experience with this. I'm hunting around for best practices... Cheers!
  7. I noticed the new logo that the Saint Louis Blues the now parent club of my beloved Chicago Wolves is getting for next year. Also, the circular logo for the St. Patrick's day jerseys and new alternate jersey the Wolves gave me an idea to create a new circular for a St. Louis inspired look. Only for a brief time did the Wolves have a patch to show their affiliation with a NHL team and that was with the Thrashers on the alternate black jerseys they had years ago. So why not make a jersey and logo or emblem that pays homage to the NHL parent club but is truly Chicago. I do have plans on sending this to the Wolves all the designs. First the the circular logo designs: I used just the Wolves head (but not the stick and puck) which I traced in Inkscape. The Chicago skyline i drew It has numerous things that are part of Chicago. I couldn't think of one for it like the Arch on St. Louis other than "the Bean", so I have the Sears Tower, John Hancock, Navy Pier, the Chicago Water Tower, the Thompson Center, the Harold Washington library, 900 N. Michigan building by the Hancock and a building that is just South of the Sears Tower. Numbers 4, 9 and 10 use font styles the Wolves have used with 9 and 10 using the actual wordmark. Numbers 1,2,3,6,7,8 and 10 all use numbers the Wolves have used in the for jerseys.I did make a St. Patrick's day one the numbers on there I am pretty sure were used by the team for a St. patty's day jersey. about 10 years ago. Critiques greatly welcomed always. I do want to send this to the team soon. Maybe not for next season but maybe the near future. Thank you for your time.