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  1. This “Icey Whites” stuff is so tired. Just call them what they are. Away uniforms.
  2. Nice work. I typically dislike notched numbers but the way you did them looks fitting for the Sharks.
  3. I’m having a really hard time getting over the yellow facemasks. Not the best decision.
  4. Missing a golden opportunity to use the Chicago star in their logo.
  5. Echoing off the last post, I’m thankful that for the most part we’re moving past the piping craze.
  6. WSU twitter handles are hinting at possible throwback mesh jerseys. Color me interested.
  7. The Cardinals can’t abandon this set soon enough. It’s just beating a dead horse at this point but the league’s oldest franchise shouldn’t look like an arena team.
  8. Midway

    Vicis Zero1

    I'm interested in this template.
  9. On one hand Nike gave us the current Vikings which are details away from being perfect. Then there’s the Browns, Dolphins, Seahawks, Bucs, Jags, and Titans and suddenly I’m not so optimistic that they’re going to get this one right.
  10. Love this logo. Don’t know that it says sports team to me as much as hip new rock band, but they did a solid job.
  11. It wasn’t long ago that TCU had one of the more interesting non-traditional uniform sets. They’ve since taken a nosedive with this constant chrome + frogskin pattern + gfgs crap. I really hope they’ll come to their senses sooner than later.
  12. Gah. I want to hate that Minnesota helmet but I can't. Also, would it be unpopular to say I'm still not fond of TCU's set and don't get why everyone drools over them? They've mixed and matched so many elements in the past decade I'm not sure they have a real identity anymore. I've always had a soft spot for the LT era set because it was both cohesive and memorable.
  13. Always good to see your work here. I've always liked that your presentation has always been simple which lets the concepts shine.