Captain Tsubasa

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  1. On 21 October 2016 at 3:11 AM, logoman said:

     This is something I put together (not for use) but for a look at other options of the theme. The padlock is open but it kind of looks like a stack of weights.

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    This looks better already. But I would still make a key the symbol. Found these two images which might serve as inspiration:

     

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  2. It's funny how the checkmark completely takes away the excitement from the word "Yahoo". It's now reduced to grocery level on a shopping list.

    - Milk. Check

    - Butter. Check

    - Yogurt. Check

    - Yahoo. Check

    - Yawn. Check

    ...

     

    :P


  3. Logo looks good as a security icon, but the fitness context does not come through enough. Maybe in the application, but not if the logo is on its own. How about a fist or muscled arm pumping a massive key? Rendered right this could look pretty cool I think. 


  4. A whole lot of great sport brands in here, that it's hard to argue with. Maybe some of you overemphasize the uniforms a bit too much vs. the overall brand identity, but maybe that's just the way it came across to me. Anyway, most of my favorite choices have also been mentioned so far.

    Here you go:

     

    MLB: A's

    NFL: Dolphins

    NBA: Bulls

    NHL: Red Wings

    MLS: Timbers


  5. The Fire home kit is a great look, but on the away kit I also think the flag is a bit out of place dangling on the hip. The NYCFC kits are both superb. As for the Crew I liked the two you dismissed the most, especially the away kit with the patterned sleeves. Good stuff! :)


  6. The theme behind this concept is "MIA - MI AMOR". I wanted to keep the crest very simple and only focus on the M and heart shape, so I did not even include the name Miami. The colors are turquoise and white to represent the ocean and sea spray at Miami's coast line, and the colors are also often found on Miami's art deco buildings. The home jersey is white to give the players a bit of relief under the hot sun, while the away jersey is in a bright salmon color which contrasts nicely with the turquoise. 

     

    So, whatcha think? C&C is welcome! :)


  7. On May 15, 2016 at 8:43 PM, CS85 said:

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/milwaukee/five-finalists-unveiled-for-new-city-flag-b99725121z1-379541551.html 

     

    They're down to the final five.

     

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    I'd go with the bottom right since it's simple and unique.  I wish there were choices that were a bit more flavorful and highlighted the brewing community.  I have only been in Milwaukee a time or two and found it to be a very enjoyable, lovely city.

     

     

    Well, I'd take the one on the bottom left as a glass-half-full-kinda-flag and the one bottom right as marking the meeting point to clink the glasses. Both will look beautiful on beer labels and coasters in any case. B)


  8. I already posted upthread, but this is a really nice look for the Rams (if they can't go to yellow/royal blue):

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    It just occured to me that those are almost LAFC colors, while the blue and yellow is almost the same color scheme like LA Galaxy. Maybe they saw LAFC's launch and the favorable feedback to it and it got them thinking "well, navy and gold ain't so bad after all..."


  9. [...]

    As for the Dallas Burn, that was one of the worst names I have ever heard. San Jose Clash? Miami Fusion? Tampa Bay Mutiny? Wow. How can you rank those on the scale of bad?

    [...]

    The MLS is just a mix of good names and some very bad names. Real Salt Lake? Don't even get me started on that one. The MLS wants to be global. Tell me how many RSL jerseys, oh, I'm sorry, shirts, are sold outside of Salt Lake City?

    [...]

    Well, since NYC FC is now the brand in question here, how would you rank that one compared to San Jose Clash, Miami Fusion, Tampa Bay Mutiny and Real Salt Lake?