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Mason Patriots (GMU) University Athletics Rebrand

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My alma-matter, graduating class of 2014. I'm particularly a Mason basketball fan; my freshmen year witnessed the Men's basketball Cinderella-story trip to the Final Four, in 2006. Unforgettable.

The current look, adopted in 2004, is passable for now, but as an ever-growing university presence in America, Mason Nation is certainly due for a refreshed athletic aesthetic.
See the link to a PDF below for a full presentation of the rebrand and its elements:

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Very nice indeed. This was definitely needed, and its a really nice upgrade.

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I liked it alot, a Gallaudet alumni here, it is a worth of rebranding logos for a college there in DC.

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Very nice update here. As MrRockyTop said, the neck does a bit long. Other than that great job!

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Thanks all. With some changes, and I'm going to get it to my school. Now to make it a reality..

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I concur about the neck, as Mr. Mason himself didn't have such a long neck. In fact, the figure depicted in the logo really doesn't look that much like George Mason himself. (See below.)

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That said, the logo is fantastic, and changing up the neck, and making the face look more like G.M. would be awesome. I'd love to see some uniform concepts to go with the presentation.

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Wait so have they just gone to "Mason" and not George Mason? I know this is concept, but still.

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Thanks all. They generally like to only go by "Mason." No GMU, no George Mason.

Stumpy, I know, it wasn't to be a perfect rendition of GM, just representative of an aggressive looking minuteman/patriot. I think I wrote in my description that it was to represent GM himself, but I might adjust that sentence.

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