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    I mocked up what a logo might look like based on this.
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    I think Pat Patriot is a terrible logo.
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    I just want the Eagles to add silver back to their uniforms.
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    I absolutely loved what New Era started in Minnesota at the 2014 MLB All Star Game by designing special All Star caps that honored the host team. The potential was set up for new caps every year on All Star night to tell a different story about a host team's uniform history or local culture, while also allowing the game a rare chance to have some fun and get creative with their usually sacrosanct brands -- not to mention increasing merchandise sales in the process. Unfortunately, that was a trend that only lasted two seasons. So in an effort to show what could have been, each season I take it upon myself to continue what New Era once started and design my own city-centric concept caps for the MLB All Star Game. For the 2018 ASG in Washington D.C., I dipped into the city's baseball past to help inspire the cap design, while also taking cues from that time period and D.C.'s world-famous cherry blossoms to create a campaign that celebrates the nation's capital as well as the national pastime. To view the entire cap collection along with additional merchandise, plus a look inside the design process and inspiration, visit my website.
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    This. And I also appreciate the black sweatband, which doesn’t show the sweat. Those are the kind of historical inaccuracies I’d gladly overlook.
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    I agree. Pat Patriot is fine as a secondary logo for merchandise, but doesn't work well as an actual sports logo. However, I also think the brighter colors the Patriots used, circa 1993-1999, were better. Seems they, along with several other teams, used darker colors with the onset of the new millennium. But with some teams starting to go back to brighter colors (such as Kelly green), I wouldn't mind the Patriots do the same. Granted, was not a fan of that era's jersey, especially with the fake pinstripes.
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    As a Lions fan, I thought they low-contrast gray numbers were going to be an issue when they were first unveiled. But after watching a season's worth of games, I don't think they are. Yes, they're lower contrast, but now that everybody watches games on large hi-def TVs, it was never really a problem figuring out who was who. Numbers don't need to be enormous high-contrast block numbers any more. I'm a uniform traditionalist, and I think the uniforms are pretty sweet.
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    Indeed. I’m usually a huge proponent of whimsy. But I’ll admit that there’s a fine line between “whimsical” and “profoundly stupid”, and they’ve jumped way, way over it.
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    I actually prefer this over anything else they’ve ever had. I also love the simplicity of this.
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    The Tennessee Oilers! They should still be the Oilers today.
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    This is my first basketball concept in years. Here goes nothing... I've seen a lot of Celtics concepts that use the unique floor pattern at TD Garden as inspiration. I thought about integrating the pattern into a new logo, thus the new clover I drew. No reason for the new wordmarks, really. I just thought Bookman would fit the Irish vibe pretty well. Let me hear your thoughts. I may or may not make a series out of this.
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    I gotta be honest, I really like these Jersey's more. Especially the road version. (as well as the lighter Blue Flying Elvis) The "pinstripes" really aren't that noticeable unless you really look at them. IDK why they've never once used these as some kind of throwback. It's the only ones they could get away with with that dumb helmet rule now.
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    And I have a feeling we'll end up with a Nikefied mess... I honestly hope I'm wrong.
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    GEORGIA: Not much change, it represents them well. Home: Road: ALT:
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    Thanks for the replies. I definitely knew that Arizona was doing that with their Thursday Throwbacks and I kind of assumed Miami would do something based off of their anniversary logo. And as a Brewers fan, I shouldve known that. I actually make uniforms for the Out Of The Park computer sim, so I have a full excel list with all uniforms for the new season so I know what to make. If you guys or anyone else wants to take a look at it and maybe point out something I missed or make any informed suggestions on what to add id be very appreciative! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Km2FEx2X8NZNtu1nWvVaKxysJQXf3iBN7jAOY40TyhQ/edit?usp=sharing
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    what are you talking about those jerseys were fantastic
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    Cant tell you about quality, but the historical accuracy of some of these is awful. As you note, a lot of these are from the raised-logo era. I’ve been desperate for a 1996-99 cap ever since around 2001. But this is terrible, and I won’t buy it. First of all, the colors are wrong. The Brewers used New Era’s light navy, this is the midnight navy. And the green isn’t green but teal. Also, this is one of those caps that should have raised embroidery (the white parts), and the logo is too big. i have hopes they might correct this, because the new retro BP cap is actually correct. https://www.lids.com/milwaukee-brewers-new-era-mlb-retro-classic-batting-practice-59fifty-cap/20972825#
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    If he'd said it was just "different," I wouldn't be all that concerned. But him adding the "very,very" part makes you really wonder what the heck they did to make him add that modifier.
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    I decided to post more hoops concepts here. Maybe I'll do the whole league, maybe I won't. WASHINGTON WIZARDS I created a whole new identity for the Wizards, designed around a simple red and white color scheme, based on the flag of DC. C&C appreciated. Gonna try the Heat next.
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    Uffff, and everyone had a dark green car in the 90s!!!!! So bland, bring back some liveliness!!!!!
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    Nah, the navy bugs me! Royal and athletic yellow.
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    I might say 2 sizes up......maybe I need to lay off the beer though, lol
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    The last one is my favorite and the one above it is up there too. I also love the design which incorporates the Zumbro River; it's pretty clever that the star is located about right where the Mayo Clinic is. I can't help it, I like this neon-looking flag too.
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    Two steps forward, at least five steps back. The oar. That’s supposed to represent all the boats on the 10,000 lakes!
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    Am I the only one who thinks the red YouTube logo doesn't look terrible on LAFC's kit? Not that it necessarily looks good, but imo it doesn't "ruin" what is still a spectacular kit.
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    Be thankful we don't have this:
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    They have 2 AFL clubs. The West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers. Both will play in the new stadium.
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    Looks great! It's amazing how much switching to a single, thick outline clears up the mid-90's brewers script. Combined with the Pilots sleeves it really works. Double bonus for the shade of powder blue on the road!
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    What is crazy is that I think that that anthracite/grey/dark gray, whatever you want to call it, is less offensive than the nonsense that Fleck has pushed on the Gophers.
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    It was posted on this forum before. Ill try and find you the original template. I altered the colors on purpose, similar to how i did for the Lakers. for the side stripe colors, i tried to be consistent with the collar/trim/waistband (only the home one is inconsistent). maybe i should have pushed the stripes on the jersey a little more towards the edge, because i agree they do look a little big. I think the short are more accurate for about how big i wanted them. Thank you for the feedback it is much appreciated, especially from a Hornets fan (I'm presuming)
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    The ‘S’ seems incredible forced — but I understand you are trying to think out of the box here and update a logo that is already damn near perfect. I think the green is a little too pastel as well, I prefer the “action green” they currently use.
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    Somehow my club, Sacramento Republic, got the opportunity to host LAFC’s first ever match in their new kits. Not only will LAFC be playing their first match in brand spanking new kits, Republic will also be debuting their brand new jerseys that I made. This is gonna be a fun afternoon!
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    I remember a few years back when we had a thread about the upcoming change in the Vikings' uniform. In one video the team released, there was what appeared to be a gym bag way in the background. A discussion began about the stripes on a strap on the gym bag. This discussion went on for two pages.
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    So, the other night while figuring out who to do next I had an idea to make this Dolphins concept even more 'Miami'. Let's keep orange in the palette as a logo-only color and do something like this with the sun: Thoughts?
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    A couple trickling through from team photo days... (won't include Giancarlo because Yankees could end up his "right" team) Andrew McCutchen and Evan Longoria as San Francisco Giants: Adrian Gonzalez and Todd Frazier as New York Mets:
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    Who does this say more about? PJ Fleck's terrible mantras, design choices, and pushing his own branding on others? Or Minnesota for buying it all hook, line, and sinker?
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    They would be more acceptable to me if they weren't italicized. The old notion that the jersey number are supposed to remind you of the helmet numbers is pretty much destroyed by the italics. Plus, Rothlisburger wears seven, which is especially goofy looking in the italics, and that's the jersey you see most often. If the idea was that it would look better if the jersey numbers and helmet numbers were the same, it would've been much smarter to change the helmet numbers.
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    ESPN's playoff machine uses the old Jaguars, Dolphins, and possibly the Bucs and Panthers logos in the selection area when a team has lost a game. I can't imagine anybody but me has ever noticed it, but it's there. http://www.espn.com/nfl/playoffs/machine
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    WASHINGTON: Not much change for Washington, they have a unique look. I addd a black alt over a gold alt. Home: Road: ALT:
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    Verizon up Arena at Los Angeles Convention Center (2018) (NBA G League International Challenge presented by Kumho Tire)
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    Looks like a fashion cap or a Chinese knockoff...
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    Flying Elvis is a far better logo than Pat Patriot. It's sleek and clean, while Pat's far too detailed to effectively work as a football logo. I have the same issue with the pre-1996 Eagles logo.
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    Modern version of a strike zone uniform . . .
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    Enjoying watching Olympic Curling on CNBC. On the edge of my seat!
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    The Clippers sleeved alt was light blue and red they’ve also worn throwbacks to the ABA Los Angeles Stars who used that color scheme
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    WHA Nordiques in there first season (1972/73)
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    The Chicago Red Stars in the NWSL come to mind, but they also use black. The Corpus Christi Hooks also had a fauxback in light blue and red. That hat is an all-timer. Their normal look uses these colors, too, but predominately uses navy.
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