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  1. Something like this would be preferable, keeping the same iconic F1 monogram while simplifying and upgrading the clunky type.
  2. These all feel like first drafts of ideas rather than finessed finalized logos. None of them are particularly inspiring concepts except MAYBE the first, track-based one. The wordmark on all of them seem really oddly placed and the font choices are pretty questionable as well.(Not that the current one is any better) The one thing the current logo does have going for it and that makes it iconic is its use of negative space, so it's strange that they chose to abandoned that all together.
  3. Exactly. The smiling star is by easily the most recognizable part of their identity. Although I'm still not a huge fan of this rebrand, I like that they moved away from their former, McDonalds-esque color scheme.
  4. Overall, I'd say it's at the very least a lateral move. I have to say, however, the longer I look at the new cans, the more it just looks like a bunch of elements thrown together with little cohesion.
  5. A prospective ownership group, Foundry St. Louis, has started a bid process with MLS to bring a club to St. Louis. As part of the proposal, they came up with a preliminary shield along with stadium plans. Hopefully this is the start of a St. Louis MLS team that the city could seriously use, though I have my doubts. https://nextstl.com/2016/09/prospective-major-league-soccer-ownership-group-calls-competitive-process/
  6. Overall it looks really nice. My one criticism, however is that the stark angle where the back of the horse's leg meets the rest of the "body" is a little jarring. I'd suggest making more of a slope leading to the back point. Kind of how the overall shapes of the Broncos and Panthers logos are. Otherwise, great start!
  7. Actually, Fraser at one point did post several .psd templates on CCSLC. There was a full Nike Pro Combat football uniform template as well as a Revolution helmet template, maybe others too. I'm not sure if the download links still work, but you should be able to find either via Google. I'm in phone, otherwise I'd link them. Who's a green horn, now? ?
  8. I see Brandiose is recycling one of their previous identities.
  9. I don't know, but I think they're an unofficial mascot at this point.
  10. Pretty sure they took that Generals mark straight from the Jackson Generals. Or at least copied it pretty closely. I can't tell if it's the exact same font, just stretched - or just a similar font. Also, the "Rome" being in another "Western-inspired" font that's similar to (yet different enough from) "Generals," makes me think Rome's is a hack-and-paste Frankenlogo. The illustration (tricorne hat, ponytail) says "Patriot" more than "General" to me. I'm assuming it's lifted from somewhere - but where? (Commence scouring D3, NAIA, and other minor league logos...) The General logo is a stock logo. It's like the tenth image on Google when you search "stock patriots logo".
  11. I think if you'd take the ball design from B and the color combination and type from A you'd have a winner.
  12. I knew it was Todd Radom's work as soon as I saw the ribbon. Absolutely great!
  13. Good start. I prefer the version with the solid color chevron with no outlines (bottom left). I'd would, however, suggest increasing the border distance between the chevron an monogram, extending the top bars of the J &G to the ends to help fill in that awkward gap and make the negative space between the letters equal size.