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  1. Aston Villa's new kits will be made by locally based fashion designer, Luke 1977, in a partnership with Fanatics. https://www.luke1977.com/blog/luke-aston-villa-new-technical-sponsor/430.htm
  2. Considering the template, this is pretty sharp and not as garish as previous years (looking at you 2016).
  3. The change/away kit is really classy, and a lot better than what Sweden currently wear. I would consider extending the cross design on the home kit to the other sleeve, to provide some balance, but other than that this set looks great!
  4. Inspired by hettinger_rl's recent topic, I was curious what license plate designs do you like the best? Here are some of my favorites:
  5. I really love the Watford and Swansea sets, and that Palace change kit is class. Looking forward to the rest!
  6. I know the Adidas' Telstar name is recycled, but sharing the name of the U.S./NASA produced satellite doesn't seem to work for a Russian World Cup.
  7. I would try to incorporate more elements of the place itself into your design. Pick colors and fonts that reflect the area the most, and a uniform font would probably improve the overall design as well. Simplicity is always a good starting point, so I don't think you're far off, however adding just a few unique elements would help a lot. (Side note: I really like the slogan, it works well.)
  8. While in California, I stumbled upon a boat that had a font that would be perfect for an upcoming project of mine, however I just cannot figure out what font this is. Any ideas?
  9. Werder Bremen officially released. The purple clash/secondary kit carries over from last year to become the third kit. (Side note: The 'Town Musicians of Bremen' background is fantastic.)
  10. I disagree that the body has to be facing sideways to make this logo work (see: Great Seal of the U.S.). However, I would play with the head a little more to have a smoother transition from the body, and I would try to streamline the claws and ball.
  11. I would maybe round the Twix bars/ "I" to avoid the likeness to a Kit-Kat. Otherwise, this looks really nice.
  12. I like this a lot. Good work!
  13. That means a lot, thanks!