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  1. Thanks for the comments on the USFL fields. I am having a bit of trouble with the Pittsburgh Maulers Logo and the Memphis Showboats Word mark. Hopefully I can get those worked on this weekend. Then I can work on the Orlando Renegades, and Arizona Outlaws.


  2. Badass! Excellent work! Your USFL thread is one of my all time favs BTW.
  3. Great job on all of these! this has been one of my fav series on this site. Keep up the great work!
  4. Really fun SF concept. I've always wondered what the South Fla Flamingos would have looked like. Nice work!
  5. Whoa...I like a bit of the footy for sure! Your logo is fantastic, it's a BIG improvement on the current one. I like how you streamlined the crows wings. And the font is spot on. Once again great job!
  6. Great work on the NY teams...they both look outstanding !
  7. College logos are by far and away the hardest to get a hold of in my experience. Why these univ and colleges do such a poor job in preserving their history Ill never know. If found a couple of great books on college mascot name origins from the 80s. They are both chock full of great vintage NCAA logos. I've been toying with the idea of doing a book review on some of the books in my collection.
  8. Anybody actively collect logos or logo images? My main focus is NCAA logos, especially the ones from 80s and older. These logos are not always easy to find. I often find them on ebay and things like that. There are several schools where i can only find copies of the current logo, I was thinking maybe a pooling of resources could be beneficial. I wasnt sure if anyone does this, let me know. Kenny
  9. Anyone know of any books with Logos in them? This can include any specialty books like the AL and NL Red and Green books. And the older the better, I always like vintage logos. Loose Balls: Book on the history of the ABA. John Fulgaro: Sports Logo Book The College Name Game What's in a Nickname: Exploring the Jungle of College Athletic Mascots https://www.ebay.com/itm/Whats-In-a-Nickname-ISBN-0943976006-College-Athletic-Mascot-Book-Ray-Franks-VG/174015242378?epid=679540&hash=item28841de08a:g:o2IAAOSwCJ9dL8E1
  10. great job! fantastic series, I love your work!
  11. I agree, great job! This looks amazing! That was a great period for college logos...I know from looking, that a lot of those are not easy to find or replicate. nice work!
  12. Great job. I was a big fan of your NCAA hockey series. This is just as good. Interesting subject, I've learned a lot.
  13. I've being meaning to post this for a while. Those Chicago fields are modern art. They are all fantastic looking! you did a great job on those and the USFL fields are well! done. Keep up the great work!
  14. Nice work on Georgia, I missed that one...I can tell by the views that NCAA women's hoops brings out the passion on this board, lol Thanks again! Kenny
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