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  1. 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!
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Check out this thread for the details This is the third logo we're commissioned to do. The Ravens beat the 49ers in the Superdome. 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 XLVII round.
  9. Check out this thread for the details This is the second logo we're commissioned to do. The Giants beat the Patriots in Indy.As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl XLV and Super Bowl XLVI 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 2/14, and end 2/28. 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 XLVI round. Vote here for this round!
  10. Check out this thread for the details This is the first logo we're commissioned to do. The Packers beat the Steelers in Arlington. As a designer, you will get to pick between Super Bowl XLV and Super Bowl XLVI 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 2/14, and end 2/28. 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 XLV round. Here are the submissions to vote on.