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  1. I'm curious on one thing or two, and what are the fonts closest to the words "ST LOUIS" and "BLUES"? http://content.sportslogos.net/logos/1/25/full/5393_st_louis_blues-wordmark-2008.png
  2. When you can, please check my last PM. It's about my request, which I posted on one of your forum topics/threads back a few months ago. Thanks in advance and sorry just in case.

    1. pitt6pack

      pitt6pack

      Sorry, it's not that I've forgotten, I have way to much going on right now to do any field things in general. Maybe after my semester ends, but I know I'll have a lot of things to catch up on for the Gridiron Uniforms Database, so that takes priority.

  3. Looks amazing every field for every team of the newly-created AAF (a.k.a. The Alliance lol). Can't wait to see what's up next on your behalf.
  4. I have a unique SB request, but involving the Miami Dolphins 1997 wordmark & logo: a.) b.) And the following fields (with the Dolphins endzone being either orange or aqua) would be: SB XXX vs. 49ers (with current wordmark, in gold background and red text) SB XXVIII vs. Vikings (with current wordmark since 2006 or 2007, in yellow background and purple text)
  5. To me, it looks like Kabel Pro (regular or bold), but with the small serifs.
  6. What the other forum partner said, it is Brothers Bold. But for the L.A. Kings' numbers, I believe that they are a modified variation of Bombardier Font (but with a few modified serifs). You be the judge when you can verify & compare.
  7. I believe that it's a modification of Matrix II Wide (the numbers).
  8. Can anyone guess which font is close to the one on the following photo? The one saying "Minnesota Vikings", just to be specific. Thanks in advance.
  9. MLS Realignment: 1.) Eastern Conference: 1.1.) Northeast Division Columbus Crew Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York City Citizens (New York City F.C.) NY/NJ MetroStars (New York Red Bulls) Toronto Reds (Toronto FC) 1.2.) Coastal Division Atlanta Silverbacks (Atlanta United F.C.) D.C. United Orlando Lions (Orlando City F.C.) Philadelphia Union Miami Fusion Tampa Bay Mutiny 2.) Western Conference: 2.1.) Midwest Division Chicago Fire Colorado Rapids Dallas Burn (Dallas F.C.) Houston Dynamo Kansas City Wizards (Sporting Kansas City) Minnesota Loons (Minnesota United F.C.) 2.2.) Pacific Division Los Angeles Galaxy Portland Timbers San Jose Earthquakes Seattle Sounders Utah Royals (Real Salt Lake) Vancouver Whitecaps
  10. Makes sense. So it's understandable. But I just want to send you my best good vibes on that upcoming project.
  11. Do what's best for you. I would be so curious about what you have in mind when it comes to conference realignment in major college football. I had one similar myself before.
  12. On the numbers & the words "wordmark" & "primary" of this concept drawing, which is the closest font possible?
  13. Cool. Thanks. No wonder it looked sleek back in the day, and it still does today. By the way, you got my e-mail? It was involved with a font identification request too. If not, lemme know.
  14. Any ideas of which font is close to the one on this logo (on "COYOTES")?
  15. First of all, wonderful job on the concept of the Tampa Bay Rays, plus cool custom font (which I'm curious where is it from). Secondly, Arizona won the WS on its 4th season, while winning its 1st division title & making to the playoffs on its 2nd season.