packerfan21396

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  1. Sorry, meant name on back and meant not having the primary logo, but having a different logo.
  2. Is there a requirement for a NOB? Also, does the primary logo need to be the logo on the uniform?
  3. Currently it's a custom font that's littered all over their social media, so if you have the patience you could theoretically get what you need. However, the previous font was Coliseum and the one before than was Aachen.
  4. Scripts are always difficult because there's a lot of nuances, but Parkside is similar.
  5. The first link I see when I search that font is a free download...
  6. I'm not sure I know what you're referencing... Any pictures?
  7. Deep in the bowels of Inspect Element, you can find the assets used on a website including the font files, and download them. Planet Kosmos
  8. Looks like the NFL #OB block font for the Penguins #OB, the NFL TV number block for the Penguins sleeve numbers, and the Raiders' condensed NOB block for the Penguins NOB.
  9. Like... an italic M does? Does the CCSLC needs a quick crash course on italic fonts?
  10. There you go, a valid typographical criticism. I feel like the A in the RAMS is the actual custom font, and the one in the logo had to be made that way to connect with the horn better. This is only going to bother you if you're actively trying to look for it; I think it's fine.
  11. THIS IS HOW LETTERS WORK It's been said plenty, but this is exactly how L's and A's work. It's fine.
  12. Hey man, this thread is 323 pages long, I come and go, so I didn't see it before, sorry for adding to the fire, but it's definitely relevant if Angelo State has the money to fight it.
  13. What italic font has a parallel L and A other than ITC Avant Garde and printing fonts from the 1800s?
  14. Did the designer go to Angelo State?
  15. They still have regular season champions, just not giving out any additional tournament hardware this year.
  16. For sake of specifics, let'd do some chronology: Rudy Gobert was tested positive for coronavirus on March 11. The incubation period is around 2-14 days according to the CDC. In the maximum 14 days from March 11, the degrees of separation are as followed: 0. Jazz (via Gobert) 1. Wizards (via Jazz, 2/28), Cavaliers (via Jazz, 3/2), Knicks (via Jazz, 3/4), Celtics (via Jazz, 3/6), Pistons (via Jazz, 3/7), Raptors (via Jazz, 3/9), Thunder (possibly via Jazz, 3/11) 2. Warriors (via Wizards, 3/1), Kings (via Wizards, 3/3), Trail Blazers (via Wizards, 3/4), Hawks (via Wizards, 3/6), Thunder (via Knicks, 3/6), Nuggets (via Cavaliers, 3/7), Heat (via Wizards, 3/8), Spurs (via Cavaliers, 3/8), Bulls (via Cavaliers, 3/10), Pacers (via Celtics, 3/10), 76ers (via Pistons, 3/11) 3. Suns (via Trail Blazers, 3/6), Grizzlies (via Hawks, 3/7), Hornets (via Hawks, 3/9), Bucks (via Nuggets, 3/9), Clippers (via Warriors, 3/10), Mavericks (via Spurs, 3/10) 4. Magic (via Grizzlies, 3/10) Which adds up to at most 25 out of 30 teams being potentially affected. Silver made the right call, no matter how much it sucks.
  17. You can make out either a navy piece of fabric or a field of navy thread the whole logo sits on, so I don't think it's shopped. Similar to how a Packers hat is made:
  18. Honestly though, I don't really agree with a lot of these critiques from a typographical standpoint. An L and and an A should not be parallel on an oblique font because they're not when they're straight (unless you're using an alt A from ITC Avant Garde). Plus, this person has never heard of an inktrap, because that's why all the inside angles go thinner. Also, there is no rule on where a crossbar of an A has to line up; I'm perfectly fine with a low crossbar. Especially in this application, where a higher crossbar would muddy up the A at small applications. The issue with this logo isn't the use of Helvetica to mimic the LRAAMS wordmark. The issue is a ram horn made out of crescents, which got stylized to look more like a Chargers logo than a Rams logo. It's very clear that this is a secondary logo, at least I sincerely hope it is. And I hope it has the same fate as the Chargers' brief LA secondary logo because that's exactly the quality of this logo.
  19. For me, sometimes I come to the boards signed out for no reason, sign in again, get an error, then click on the header, and I'm signed in again.
  20. It most definitely started off as Clarendon. The wordmark looks like an alteration of Clarendon Regular (URW is a solid choice for a base Clarendon): adding extra curves on the H and A, making the counter of the O into a capsule shape, flattening the top of C's barb and also thickening its stem, and flipping the upper curves on the T's serifs and stem. The numbers look like a bad trace of Clarendon Regular that you might find on dafont, however. I would then suggest using stills from the uniforms in action and tracing them yourself to be more accurate to the on field product than hand-warping Clarendon Regular would be.
  21. I don't think the world is ready for the return of the chrome pants...
  22. It most certainly does look a lot more like Wisconsin, but maybe too much like Georgia. Flipping the white and black on the pants and helmet might help, but then again, it might look less like the Packers. Great update, nonetheless.
  23. Aaron Rodgers plays in Wisconsin, Justin Vernon is from Wisconsin, I feel like it's natural they've met before. (didn't mean to side-track this thread even more, sorry guys)
  24. I think changing the gold helmet and pants of the Lombardi Badgers to red and instead of using gold as a third color, using black might make them more Wisconsin and less 49ers. For the 20s Badgers though, I'd suggest just a brown or tan helmet with optional red W to make it a clear 20's design rather than a 20s-60s mashup. As for adopting a leather stripe style, though, the NCAA did allow this to occur: So, I'd reccomend a number border or something going that route. Otherwise, the 1920 Badgers looked like this: And thus it might be more legible to have red numbers with leather borders on the front of those. Otherwise, great concepts and I would be extremely conflicted if these came to fruition...