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  1. The brewery down the way from my old house, Terrapin, was founded by a couple of deadheads, so it makes sense that their label designs are done by an artist who did work for the Grateful Dead.
  2. Everton debuting their green and orange hunting kit today. Doesn't look bad! Jarring though.
  3. Given that Arrested Development was maybe above anything else a satire on the Bush family and W's America, it shouldn't be surprising that the naming of Gob Bluth was a direct reference to Jeb Bush. It's no coincidence. (this is, though:) Steve Holt!
  4. did they use an actual design firm for this, honestly? did balmer just cook it up on his own? i'm aghast at the idea that a professional designer could produce work as poor as this. it's one thing to be bad but these are so sloppy and simplistic
  5. Change the name to Spiders and roll with that as a black widow motif. I could dig it.
  6. seems silly for CSU to create an alternate logo of a ridged horn but not include that negative space on the helmet.
  7. Not sure about that one. Self-inflicted tragedies aren't quite the same as oustside attacks or natural disasters. "Let's burn down our city and then have a city pride movement" rings a little hollow. Cops kill a kid, rioters burn down a pharmacy, and a nation mourns the pharmacy. The O's should wear a patch for the CVS, or go all out and wear a jersey that pays tribute to CVS. Keeping up with the Joneses, considering that the Nats already wear a tribute to Walgreens.
  8. the LAC logo is definitely the strongest part of the set, which is a bad sign because it's a bad, bad, muddled thing that strains the eyes
  9. this looks like something I could've made. (for context, there's a reason I haven't posted a concept since I was a teenager about 6 years ago).
  10. looks like a '70s television station logo. not in a fun way, either.
  11. those early-2000s ESPN MLB graphics really are the gold standard in my mind. so clean and legible, and never distracting.
  12. it's very "video game create-a-team generic monogram" what year do the Tiburon Sharks join?
  13. Conceptually, I like the Eagles helmet. But I'm not super keen on it in actuality. I've never been a fan of the way they've paired the dark green with black, and I don't like the shape of the wings themselves. The roundness in the wing joint on the modern helmet strikes me as odd because there actually is a natural angularity in the wings of a flying eagle. They had that shape down fine from '55 to '95. Obviously it makes sense to have tried to clean it up and detail it, but it didn't have to be rounded so much. Alternately, I'm interested in the idea of just going with a more stylized version, something akin to the wings on the early-'70s primary. Something simple, bold, and evocative with a less muddled color scheme would absolutely be a top-5 helmet.
  14. Mets going with orange-billed interlocking-NY hats this afternoon with Gee on the mound. It's jarring but I don't dislike it.