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    I have a good uniform idea for the Cleveland Browns. It's a little rough but it works. Please like my concept. Thank you.
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    A purple uniform would be nice, but I think it needs more black.
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    In my opinion, an iteration like this would've been amazing. It felt like a missed opportunity not tapping back into the purple during the 2015 rebrand. I always loved the way that the bright 90's color pallet popped off each other.
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    Anything other than Copperplate Gothic is an improvement.
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    The pants having a gap in between the stripes but the jerseys and helmet not having a gap bugs the ever-living hell out of me.
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    This thread will be full of revisionist history. Some teams existed past the 1960 date, and have influenced my concepts slightly. I justify this because not every team has all 4 phases into history. The longer a team was around, the less I'm inclined to create concepts for. Some good examples are the Buffalo Bisons, and Portland Beavers(RIP). The Sacramento Solons are named after the Greek senator Solon, which was a reference to the California senators in the city. I took that as a sign to lean into the Greek symbolism. The Mets started the racing stripes trend in baseball in 1982. The MLB Solons would follow with a Greek pattern running all over the god damn place. The mascot logo of a bearded Solon is a bastard of if the Swinging Friar was the Orioles bird. The S logo is from Wikipedia. It's the first thing you see when you look into this team, and I cannot find the source outside Wiki. The 1970s Solons wore a block S logo, but I really liked the english S as the cap logo for Sacramento. Next: Sacramento Solons Phase 2.
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    I remember when the White Sox were the team that flailed around from identity to identity, with a totally new uniform (or color scheme) every few seasons. Then they finally settled on something that works, a revival of an earlier look, and now they’ve been consistent for decades. May the Padres be so fortunate.
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    I think even if they just made the collar green it would look better. Quick and dirty fix of that and adding white trim as most people have mentioned.
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    And if it were the football teams for each city squaring off, the city/color representations would reverse!
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    I'm surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet. I HATE the new cut on the NBA uniforms and that the arm hole trim doesn't go all the way around. I know the argument, but it's 2019. We have the technology. FIX IT! See also, under Kuzma's arm in this pic: I fixed it, as well as the actual trim itself:
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    Some things should not exist, logo color or not.
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    That Orioles-Rockies game was beautiful and quite possibly my favorite uniform matchup of the season.
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    You should watch the 30 for 30. One of the things that makes His Airness so great is the fact that he overcame the Bad Boys. They're such an important, major piece to league history. Maybe at least try some YouTube clips?
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    Just finished a long-time project of mine and finally ready to post. You can read the whole story behind the concept here: https://huntthejones.weebly.com/atlanta-peaches-concept.html I'm not saying you have to, or trying to toot my own horn, but I encourage you to read as it goes in depth about how and why the logos/uniforms/colors are what they are. C&C appreciated! The Atlanta Peaches Atlanta Peaches Home Uniform Atlanta Peaches Road Uniform Atlanta Peaches Road Alternate Uniform Atlanta Peaches Friday Night Home Alternate Uniform (with Batting Practice Hat/Helmet) Atlanta Peaches "Old Georgia Peaches" Fauxback Uniform (for Sunday Home Games)
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    I want this on my headstone.
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    The Canucks should never stop wearing blue and green. Seattle can deal and find another colour scheme.
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    Finally the long awaited Phase 3! For this, i was trying to set myself up for Phase 4 while trying to look dated already. I used the trendy color scheme of the time, duel blues and yellow. Although the yellow gets down played majorly. There's the Greek pattern from earlier in a roundel, and a custom script font based on old script logos from the PCL days. The uniforms are pretty basic, but the road uniform is navy. I justify this because teams like the Marlins wore their black jerseys more than the greys to the point where the road jersey identity becomes fluid.
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    The Lakers don’t need a "stealthy" look.
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    Perfect example of why logo color and team color are not synonymous.
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    George would have paid what it took to make that not happen.
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    And change the pinstripes to red. Blue pinstripes just looks wrong on them. But if any club could bring back cadet collars, it’s a club with long history like the Reds. I also think we need a Constitutional amendment mandating high socks. Look at this color balance: Beautiful.
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    When teams (especially football) wear side panels that don't line up with pant striping. Actually, 90% of football side panels irritate me regardless of the alignment.
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    Miami needs to compromise...
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    I just finished my senior year and before I head out to college and life gets crazy again, I decided to start another series that I'm hoping to finish by the end of the summer. Here's my newest series where I'll be changing the look of every NHL team, and I'll give Seattle an update if their logos/uniforms roll out anytime soon. Speaking of logos... 16 teams were recolored (Anaheim, Arizona, Buffalo, Calgary, Carolina, Colorado, Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minnesota, New Jersey, San Jose, Tampa Bay, Vegas, Winnipeg) 5 logos were switched out for better ones (Dallas, Florida, NY Islanders, Ottawa,Vancouver) 16 logos were just tweaked (Anaheim, Calgary, Carolina, Chicago, Colorado, Columbus, Edmonton, Los Angeles, Minnesota, Nashville, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Toronto, Vegas, Winnipeg) 6 logos had some minor update (Boston, Detroit, Montreal, New Jersey, NY Rangers, San Jose) 4 logos are completely new (Arizona, Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Washington) NONE of the 31 existing teams are left untouched and ALL will get new uniforms I haven't started on any of the uniforms yet, so if anyone has requests I'll do my best to create them in that order. Also open to any C&C on the logos. I'm waiting until Seattle's logos and uniforms are revealed to update them, it sounds like they're coming soon.
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    The circular logo on the jersey is about as iconic to a team as it gets, really. It’s something that harkens back to the original San Francisco days, and it’s representative of one of the greatest runs in NBA history. People already had a desire to see it return, as the original yellow “The City” throwbacks have ALWAYS been extremely popular, and when it was brought back it was what was worn during the best era of Warriors basketball of all time. Plus, I think it looks REALLY cool. Getting rid of the roundel on the jerseys would be a terrible idea.
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    My God they finally did it. Against Boston even! In Boston no less! Cue the Gloria, cue the Ewoks. The Blues have won the Stanley Cup
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    I can't quite place the genesis of this idea. For years I've kicked around an a spreadsheet with what the MLB would look like if the AAA Pacific Coast League, known for it's skill level in the 50s, evolved into a 3rd major league in 1958. The idea is fun because so much would be different if that ever happened. You'd have names like the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Angels still around, but then the Seattle Rainiers, Portland Beavers, and Sacramento Solons would continue to exist. The Dodgers wanted to move west to LA, and brought the Giants with them, ultimately ending the possibility. A few weeks ago, i got lost in the thread about a third major league in the sports in general board. I didn't know this, but the Continental League was starting to form in 1960. Houston, Dallas, New York, Denver, Minnesota, Toronto, and Atlanta would all have team names that existed for decades, and Buffalo would have a Major League team. This was bound to happen, but didn't before MLB approved expansion to Los Angeles(Angels), and DC(post Twins move). The Mets(owned by William Shea, the leader of the Continental League), and Houston Colt 45's joined the next year. The team names have been dead for about as long as they existed in the first place. But what if the Continental League of Pacific Coast League ever formed to major league level? So that's where I come in. I noticed a trend with the expansion era MLB teams. It came and went with trends in graphic design, fashion, merchandising, and nostalgia. PHASE 1: A strong brand in the 70s and 80s. Establishes for decades without change, as teams create fans. Noticeable cartoony logos, bright colors, and simple design. PHASE 2: The world became dark, and extreme. Teams ditched their brands for expanded merchandise options and better t-shirt printing. PHASE 3: Turns out the 90s were rough on design, and it might be worth completely adjusting what defines your team. PHASE 4: People miss the simple design, and we can sell much more merchandise than we had been. Now, i'm certainly simplifying things. Not every team can fit into this formula. The Twins and Royals have refined their Phase 1. The Mariners need a refresh from their Phase 2 set. The Angels are in Phase 3 and I wish they'd bring back the California Angels branding. The Rockies are holding strong in Phase 2. The Marlins are sprinting towards this pattern. The Diamondbacks just love playing with colors. There's also this. How is this a concept? Well sit tight and continue reading.
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    This is a terrible design. It looks like the design for an unauthorized, unofficial Rockets t-shirt. Like they can slap any NBA logo on that gray ball and put it on a white towel and sell it at walmart or a flea market. Aside from being generic AF... from a design standpoint its terrible.. the angle on the hoop/ring/whatever that is is down on the R but up on the planet. You don't know which way you are looking. Then you have the drop shadows on the R itself going a third direction. You have 4 different shades of gray/charcoal in that ball/planet thing. And to drill even deeper, the position of the R itself obscures the seems on the ball in a way where it looks like the don't line up accurately. The stroke on the ring doesn't overlap on the front so there's so sense that it is coming across the front instead of ending on the sides. I can go on and on. Just terrible from start to finish.
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    1995-96 through 2000-01 Seattle Supersonics Forest Green 1992-93 through 1996-97 Vancouver Canucks Pacific Salmon Red 2012 through Present New York Liberty Seafoam Green
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    i never felt the NFL had the right solution from the beginning; that is only one example why. the NFL 100 logo was a unique project. the League reached out to all the teams and opened it up for submissions—they wrote a brief and crowdsourced the teams for logos. call me biased, but i think our best concept was the better, more elegant route. i felt like the logo would likely be used in place of the shield, so my thought was why not keep the shield and do something within that containing shape? it would be an easy switch-eroo. i didnt think they'd ever do a jersey patch though, teams still need to use their Captains patches and have room one the other side for another thing. usually, anniversary patches. i think ultimately, the NFL really wanted to push the narrative of "next 100 years" so a football ascending upwards was their choice to meet that. ours was also a bit of an anti-brief route anyway— i didnt like the idea of "next 100 years" and wanted something more classic, celebratory of the past 100 years. they almost went for it. i believe it was their 2nd or 3rd choice
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    I mean I hate the Cowboys in general, but the different shades of silver for the pants depending on home/road looks like garbage.
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    Dolphins will have a white 1966 "color rush" throwback next year. Should be able to retain the regular throwbacks as well
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    This is a poor take. My goodness, and revisionist to boot lol. You’re acting like the Celtics had a solid, borderline playoff young core prior to KG and Allen. The Celtics were terrible with that “core”. KG and Allen turned them into a title contender, not just simply “got them over the hump.” Kawhi and the Raptors is an actual example of what you’re describing. Perennial playoff contender who added a superstar to get them over the hump. By the way, your only championship in the last 30 years was done in the exact same way you’re complaining about lol. Sooo.
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    Maybe if you make that joke a third time it'll become funny.
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    How about you tap the brakes on the hostility and post stuff that actually contributes to the conversation?
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    The silver pants are the only ones the Panthers need ... Every other choice is amateur hour
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    I always liked certain design elements of the Gemini Rocket grey sleeved uniforms . If they had an entire set based around that, I'd be a fan. I feel like a balance between some of the alternates lately and these concepts by @kerlonmoura would be ideal.
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    While we're here, the white numbers still look wrong to me. Give me back the yellow.
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    Those fonts belong on term papers, not baseball uniforms. The Brewers and Rockies are bad enough as it is.
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    I'd rather them evade the idea of depicting Native Americans altogether or using totem poles and simply use Sockeyes, because it can easily be the best of both worlds of a Native identity that isn't horribly controversial. The sockeye is a fish with heavy significance to the Native culture of the region, and you can get Native artists of the region to help design a logo that's authentic and visually distinct; and by going that way, you can pay respect to Natives without continuing the problematic appropriation of Native people as imagery for sports franchises. We don't need ANOTHER Indians-esque debacle. That's a true win/win; a thematic identity designed by a Native that is highly important to Natives of the Pacific Northwest that also does a nice job tying into Seattle since sockeye are found in Puget Sound, which Seattle is located on. I'd MUCH rather that over Totems because of one failed attempt at expansion that happened in the 1970's.
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    Shoot, I don’t care if it’s the Majors, old men’s softball, or a tee-ball game, when the colors pop like they did in the Colorado-Baltimore game and contrast the way they did, it’s a good looking matchup.
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    As the world rolls into the 90s and pro baseball player's biceps keep expanding, the Solons move to a black and red look. I went for a not so subtle Greek building with the pillars being baseball bats. The font becomes more in your face, and the cap logo becomes harder to stitch than it needs to be.
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    To hell with historic accuracy. The negative space of the shoulder numbers grinds my gears
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    It’s been fascinating watching the Rockets and Raptors identities slowly converge into near-identical brands from wildly different starting points over the past 20 years Both teams now have Red/Black/White color schemes with touches of silver, have simplified primary logos, and (imo) are a little lifeless or generic at the moment: 1999: 2019: (I’m not suggesting both teams return to the 1999 looks, but in my head the Raptors are a purple/black/red team and the Rockets should be red/yellow/ or red/white)
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