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  1. It's too bad this series isn't getting more love, but maybe that's due to the state of the Concepts board these days. I love the shape you came up with for Burbank's third kit, and the interplay between the primary and secondary color schemes really works throughout the three kits. Santa Monica's sunrise theme is smart, but I think it works best on the third kit, which is just the right mix of beautiful and extravagant. SCDP manages to strike the right connotations between a Mexican or Portuguese club aesthetic that I would imagine working well for that team identity, especially with the first kit. Mission San Buenaventura may be the concept I'd most like to see actualized irl: that shade of red is amazing and the first and second kits look classy while evoking an Old World, and then the third kit has such a well-executed heather look. I used to live all around SoCal, so I'm very much looking forward to which towns you go with as this series progresses.
  2. Just saw this concept series and I have to say it's some impressive quality and dedication to concept for a high school student. I think the uniform designs are generally too wild for my taste, and I would like for more variation in the court designs than just changing the colors and logos, but like I said, the presentation is impressive, and I think coming up with the custom Mizuno shoe for each team is my favorite idea.
  3. Lots of creative entries for this event: I'm impressed. Entry #4 Entry #13 Entry #2 Honorable mention Entry #6
  4. Entry #1 Entry #6 Entry #11 Honorable mentions Entry #7 Entry #4 Entry #16
  5. Entry #14 Entry #3 Entry #7 Honorable mention Entry #4 (I like the idea of the shape of ABA, but it just didn't come together as a whole for me)
  6. Entry #14 Entry #8 Entry #17 Honorable mentions Entry #25 Entry #21 Entry #4 Entry #7/16/26
  7. Entry #12 Entry #21 Entry #8 Honorable mentions: Entry #10 (pretty, but I can't recognize what this anniversary is for) Entry #16 (almost chose this for my 3rd place vote, but it's just too busy and I'm not sure about some of the spacing and overlap decisions)
  8. I could see this anniversary logo one-off alt helmet becoming a trend, with all the anniversary logos being created/flaunted these days
  9. On the plus side, new Michigan AD Warde Manuel said he won't steer the direction of Michigan football alternate uniforms like Dave Brandon did, leaving it up to Harbaugh instead. On the down side: "U-M cornerback Jourdan Lewis has said that Harbaugh has mentioned an all-maize look in prior conversations." At least "Manuel said there will be no alternates this season." (Source)
  10. I was going to mention that it could also represent the three campuses of Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint, but held off because yeah, both of those other campuses have their own sports teams, whether it be NAIA or club. There's very little relationship to speak of between those three campuses by the way, with the thought that Dearborn or Flint contribute in any way to our athletic identity almost being a mockery.
  11. via Twitter: I have to say this pattern is a miss for me. The way they executed this iteration of the "Tree Town" motif seems forced. Yeah, there are 3 campuses, North (engineering + fine arts), Central (main, liberal arts), and South (athletics), so I'm almost accepting of the rationale that they're represented by these arches, but when I think of all the diverse and ever-increasing architecture on campus, I can't say that this brick pattern is what first comes to mind. Maybe all the glass windows of the new medical/hospital buildings, or the classic American ivy of the law quad, etc. This wouldn't be so offensive if it was limited to a fill pattern for the new football uniform's sleevecaps, but I just saw the new volleyball uniform, and this pattern is on repeat fill all over the jersey. Not really looking forward to seeing this weird industrial tree become an integral part of our athletics identity.
  12. I love that they even used italics on some of these nickname jerseys back in the day