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  1. Thanks to everyone for all the comments, I am very glad that you're liking the jerseys! After another very long break, I am delighted to present you the jerseys for the Utah Jazz. I went for a mashup of the iconic mountain jerseys from the 90s and the state license plates featuring the Delicate Arch to give them a distinguished look that embodies Utah. Meanwhile, the City Edition is inspired by the Egyptian Theater in Park City, UT where the famous Sundance Film Festival takes place and would ideally be scheduled to be worn in mid to late January when the festival is going on. Hope you like them!
  2. Also AD's black undershirt is helping complete the look a lot here...
  3. Most likely reason why Seattle wore their away kit because it is "sunset" themed and the game was being played on a sunset.
  4. The jerseys that had "DAL" on the front were way worse if you ask me
  5. Thanks for all the nice comments! At first I wasn't going to use the pattern at all on the home jersey, but decided to apply it regardless to mimic the 1992 Adidas template. Maybe a subtler application of the pattern could've been better. For Portland, I wanted a darker jersey to contrast the home jersey that already has white shorts, but I think it could be a good idea to balance the kit out. I will post the jerseys applying your constructive feedback after some time. Ideally, it would look like the following with the slash and the color split: I was actually planning to apply three stripes as a sash similar to this Arsenal jersey, but it took too much space on the kit. However, I will apply the feedback and post the adjusted kit shortly, alongside your other comments.
  6. On the opening day for the MLS, here are the jerseys for FC Cincinnati. On the home jersey, I based it off the jersey worn on their impressive 2017 US Open Cup campaign; and on the away jersey, I mimicked their logo using the sash. I hope you like them!
  7. After a very long break, here are the jerseys for LAFC. For both jerseys, I have decided to use an Art Deco pattern inspired by the city's architecture (where the logo draws its inspiration and if you ask me which is what separates LAFC from LA Galaxy). For the home jersey, I based it off an Adidas template used in the 90s (also used in this year's MLS Homegrown Game) to evoke the idea of wings as a reference to both Los Angeles and the club's logo. The away jersey features a separate application of the same pattern. I hope you like the jerseys; when I have free time, I am planning to work on Cincinnati and might work on the other expansion sides afterwards.
  8. Atlanta is looking very solid. Nice to see a team specific design for Philadelphia as well.
  9. Very good as usual, can't wait for more! I am also a fan of the different colored shorts in the statement uniform, especially the throwbacks Memphis wore with yellow jerseys and green shorts looked really sharp in my opinion:
  10. Here are the jerseys for the Portland Trail Blazers and for them I wanted to give a different twist to their traditional sash. The City Edition is based on Portland's nickname, Rose City, where I used rose gold and have drawn the sash using thorns. Thanks for all the comments, I'm glad you're liking the jerseys! Here are the Sacramento Kings jerseys with the updated wordmark:
  11. These are all very solid concepts, great job!
  12. After a long break, here are the jerseys for the Brooklyn Nets. For the home and away jerseys, I tried to combine the Brooklyn Bridge pattern that was used in last season's City Jersey with the old New Jersey Nets jerseys which had a net pattern on the side panels. For the wordmark, I used a font similar to the subway inspired baseline font the Nets used last season. The third jersey is a homage to the tie-dye jerseys Drazen Petrovic wore, while the City jersey is inspired by subway station mosaics in Brooklyn using the colors and the border from the seal of Brooklyn.
  13. Looks like they just used their old socks here.