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  1. I didn't see this pop up anywhere on the forum, but the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) has a new team that played their first match this month in Boone, North Carolina, home to Appalachian State University. While the NPSL isn't the MLS by any nature, the branding that this team put out is eye-catching and pretty phenomenal, in my opinion. Major props to Christopher Payne for this absolutely stellar work: Here's the link to the designer's story on this: https://www.footballbranddesigner.com/designing-appalachian-football-clubs-logo-and-brand/ Here's the link to Appalachian FC's website: https://www.appalachianfc.com/
  2. I'd suggest lowering the thunderbolt and bringing it in a bit to reduce the negative space within the G. It looks like a C with a thunderbolt right now.
  3. Also, is it just me or does the 'C' seem to curve to the right?
  4. I get that, but I've heard a number of locals say that they don't like CLT solely for that connotation. Charlotte as a name is already iconic and elegant, so I'd always prefer Charlotte > CLT.
  5. I've never been a fan of using "CLT". Say that out word out loud and tell me I'm wrong. That's just not a good phrase. Moreso, I'm not a fan of this branding. It's boring and bulky to me.
  6. I'm not sure why, but the shape of the logo is giving me Carolina Hurricanes vibes? I'm not sure if that's a good thing for a sasquatch.
  7. I like it. I don't think it gets rid of the true Bojangles aesthetic, but it definitely cleans it up. They could've kept the circle, sure, but this will clean it up for merchandising purposes. I'm a fan.
  8. Apparently the Sun Belt Conference is rebranding, with the logo having leaked after someone captured a (grainy) shot of South Alabama's practice field with a new logo on it. This comes after the Sun Belt rebranded nearly seven years ago. Attached are a few shots of the logo versus the previous iterations. There has been no comment or confirmation of this as of yet, but reports are saying this is it. https://twitter.com/tkhighcountry/status/1244310565104898048 New (2020-): Old (2013-2020): Older (till 2013):
  9. I'm not the biggest fan, but I don't hate it either. One thing I can't stop looking at, though, is the sloppy line work. The lack of congruence is killing me.
  10. Out of all of them, here are my choices for the good and the bad. Good: Arizona Colorado Delaware Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Oregon Rhode Island South Carolina Utah Wyoming Bad: Arkansas Connecticut Idaho Indiana Maine Massachusetts North Carolina Nebraska Ohio Oklahoma Texas
  11. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
  12. I'm going to have to disagree on this one. The Sharks-Hurricanes matchup is pretty sweet. It screams the 90s to me, which is awesome.
  13. I don't hate it, but I don't absolutely love it, either. It is an upgrade over that atrocious 90s-inspired board game rip off logo.
  14. If you are ever in the mood to do a little research on what colors often mean or what energies they get off, it can lead to some pretty cool theories on why they were even chosen. For instance, Kamala using the color purple as a main campaign color might symbolize power and wisdom, or it might represent a true pulling away from the old red, white, and blue schemes of every other campaign to show that she is unique in her approach. The same could be said for Kirsten. Here's a little more on Kamala's colors from BourneCreative.com's "Color Meaning Blog Series:"
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