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  1. As the NPSL expands, I try to stay up to date. I have redesigned the conference logos to mirror the new conferences allignment. The Northestern region is now with the addition of the Southeast conference the East region. In the Midwest region the East conference is now the Rust Belt conference, so I added some machinery flare to the conference logo. In the South region we have the new Gulf Coast conference. It was pretty difficult to find a simple symbol for this area and in the end I went with a hurricane.
  2. Torch Football Club Nickname: - Home field: Pennridge High School Stadium, Perkasie, PA Founded: 2009 Titles: - Logo: Their actual logo is not that terrible, I especially like the lettering, but I had to redo that super-ClipaArty ball. Hope I succeded in improving the logo flow. Kit: I tried some gradient here for both home and clash kits. The final results remind me a bit of some Nike third jerseys around the world, only more firey. For reference the actual logos and kits:
  3. I think the problem is in the outline. The same thickness everywhere always black or white. This gives me the feel of a neon logo, which instantly reminds me of logos from the '80s. I discovered on my own skin that by choosig a color palette with very dark colors others than black you get a more modern feeling logo. For example, for the owls you could just use gold and blue and make everything that now is black or white blue, you would get an amazing logo, 'cause you designs are very good.
  4. West Chester United Soccer Club Nickname: Predators Home field: Ciccarone Field, West Chester, PA Founded: 1976 Titles: - Logo: The concept is based on their actual logo, but instead of a roundel I used the shield shape of the eagle chest. The double-headed eagle itself is a bit upgraded, with anew body shape and no giant white and empty eyes. The logo as been around for some time, so I sticked with the bicromatic tradition. Kit: The alternate white and black striping should resembles the eagle wings. At first I used a wider striping, more like traditional Juve jerseys, but then I realised that for an average american it was way too referee looking...So, now you have this smaller width, quasi-pinstripe look. For the clash kit I used another bicromatic pairing, but of a whole different hue. The chest stripe is inspired by an old clash kit, that had a blue chest stripe on a black jersey, omittingthe very '90s fading gradient. For reference the actual logos and kits:
  5. Football Club Morristown Nickname: FC Motown Home field: Ranger Stadium, Madison, NJ Founded: 2012 Titles: 1 conference title (2018) Logo: I evolved their actual logo, changing gray with a darker tone of green and eliminating the New Jersey shape that looked wrong in there. The overall identity is heavily inspired by irish culture. Kit: The home kit is inspired by the celtic cross in the logo. The clash kit is inspired by the irish meadows and the grass grooming on soccer fields. For reference the actual logos and kits:
  6. Hershey Football Club Nickname: Panthers Home field: Hershey High School Soccer Stadium, Hershey, PA Founded: 2013 Titles: - Logo: I based my new design on their old logo, trying to retain their iconic sash. Nothing too fancy here. Kit: The home kit is inspired by their actual clash kit, with the gradient striping underlining an invisible sash. The clash kit is a more classic kit, inspired by the crest. For reference the actual logos and kits (I was unable to find good photos of the boys' kits, but they wear the same as the ladies in Adidas gear here):
  7. I'm currently working on Hershey FC and I can't made up my mind on the logo. On the left you have the actual logo and A and B are the options I designed. What do you suggest?
  8. Atlantic City Football Club Nickname: ACFC, Aces Home field: Surf Stadium, Atlantic City, NJ Founded: 2017 Titles: - Motto: Audaces Fortuna Iuvat (luck helps the bold) Logo: I used their actual secondary roundel logo with just minor tweaks in the wording. It has a neat design and looks like a football badge. The gambling inspired logo is spot on for this team. Kit: The home kit is centered around the two tone purple, with the hoops reminding of casino chips. The clash kit is just a white version of the home. For reference the actual logos and kits:
  9. Clever connection there! I love this project and I'm digging your goalies. All the logos feel pretty european in taste, not a simple thing to achieve.
  10. Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club Nickname: The Stars Home field: South Philadelphia Athletic Super Site, Philadelphia, PA Founded: 2018 (2001 as Junior Lone Star FC) Titles: - Logo: I used their actual logo, as it is nicely done and very meaningful. Kit: The home kit plays around the striping of the shield, with 7 vertical red stripes. The clash kit is inspired by the parted shield, with the two tones of blue symbolising the blue from Philadelphia's city flag and the blue from the liberian flag For reference the actual kits:
  11. FC Monmouth Nickname: - Home field: Count Basie Stadium, Red Bank, NJ Founded: 2017 Titles: - Logo: I like a lot their simple yet sharp logo. I just have a problem with the shield ''open'' text stripe, it seems a little dispersive on a jersey of the wrong color, so I decided to enclose it on a full shield and to have the lettering inside the yellow top part. Kit: The home kit was inspired by the logo itself. The clash kit pays homage to Fort Monmouth, an army base found within the county's boundaries. For reference the actual logo and kits:
  12. Electric City Shock SC Nickname: - Home field: Quinn Athletics Campus, Scranton, PA Founded: 2013 Titles: - Logo: I was inspired by the famous Electric City light sign. The colour scheme is blue and yellow (instead of volt) with the addtion of a tone of brass. Kit: The home kit is pinstriped in a lighter tone of blue to represent the classy feeling of the city of Scranton at the peak of its fame. The gray clash kit is not a big departure from their actual clash jersey, but I added some bolt-shaped diagonal stripes. For reference the actual logo and kits:
  13. I changed the shield shape. It is now more similar to the trident and it flows better with it. Your opinion?
  14. I got rid of the gold striping as you suggested, but the black boxes are there to stay. I tried to delete them but the double color backgrond for the sponsor, name and number was a a real pain for the eyes. Let me know what you think of it. Surely it is a cleaner look, that with soccer kits works well, but I personally still like the first version more.
  15. Virginia Beach City FC Nickname: VB City Home field: Powhatan Field, Norfolk, VA Founded: 2013 Titles: 2 conference championships Logo: I tried to make the trident logo look less sharp designing a rounder shield. The reduced lettering enables to get rid of the top text bar of the previous logo. Kit: The kit is a rethinking of this year Juventus kit, where, instead of having the usual striped jersey, the bicolor shirt makes the players the stripes themselves. The clash kit is just a white color swap. For reference the actual logo and kits:
  16. FC Baltimore Christos Nickname: - Home field:CCBC Essex Stadium, Essex, MD Founded: 2018 Titles: - Logo: I liked the idea of the badge with the flag of Maryland, I just edited the font and got rid of the year number, that doesn't make a lot of sense, as it is the year of foundation of the city and not of the soccer team. Kit: Their home kits are not that bad, I just made the pattern full-shirt, instead of only on diagonal sashes. The away kit is inspired by the black and gold part of Maryland flag. For reference the actual logo and kits:
  17. Northern Virginia United FC Nickname: NVU Home field: Cropp Metcalfe Park, Leesburg, VA Founded: 2018 Titles: - Logo: I really like their actual logo, I just made some minor tweaks, like changing the font and arching also the bottom part of the lettering. I also added the year of foundation and their nickname. Most importantly I swapped the black with a dark navy blue. Kit: The home kit is heavily inspired by the ones they sport now, but with the addiction of a circular navy striping. The clash kit has a fading pattern joining together the socks, shorts and jersey. For reference the actual logo and kits:
  18. FC Frederick Nickname: - Home field: Thomas Athletic Field, Frederick, MD Founded: 1986 Titles: - Logo: I was inspired by their actual logo, but decided to make it bicolor and get rid of the black. Kit: The home kit is quite similar to the one they actually use, but the orizontal stripes are broader. The clash kit is an homage to the flage of the state of Maryland, in its maroon and white portion (the yellow and black portion will feature in another kit); the shorts' striping is slanted to represent the slanted stripe on the chequered pattern you can find on the state flag. For reference their actual logo and kits (in the last photo the white one):
  19. Charlottesville Alliance FC Nickname: C'ville Alliance Home field: Charlottesville High School Stadium, Charlottesville, VA Founded: 2016 Titles: - Logo: I used their actual logo, as it looked fairly cool and unique Kit: The home kit is inspired by their logo and the clash kit is a darker take on the striped jersey. For reference the actual home kit
  20. Greater Lowell Rough Diamonds Nickname: GL Diamonds Motto: Training and Character Home field: Tyngsboro Sport Center, Tyngsboro, MA Founded: 2016 Titles: - Logo: The idea was to incorporate a diamond on the center pentagonal panel of a soccer ball. GL and RD are used instead of the full name, to make the logo simpler and more clean. Kit: Both kits have sublimated diamond pattern and display the love and character of the club with their bold colors of canary and black. For reference the actual logo and kits
  21. I like the one with the beda font better. It feels old yet readable. I would recomend you to make the skis a bit longer, as the actual ratio makes them look like fence strakes. You could maybe make them longer and then put them behind the shield. All in all it feels quite spot on for the period.
  22. Hartford City FC Nickname: Colts Home field: Al-Marzook Field, Hartford, CT Founded: 2015 Titles: - Logo: The overall shape is based on the colts' factory dome, a peculiar structure of shiny tiles built on top of the factory. The star motif is also taken from the dome and the number of 12 stars was chosen to symbolise the 11 players plus the fans. Kit: It could be possible to make a star-studded jersey, but in the end more is less and just a row of stars has a greater impact than a shirt-ful. The away jersey is an homage to the long gone but never forgotten Hartford Whalers, with the iconic away striping. For reference the actual jerseys and logo
  23. An overall snapshot of the league. It was a ton of fun to design those logos, but at times it got difficult as I was trying to create the most fitting identity for each team in a sea of possibilities. In the end, as this world is pure fantasy, everyone can have a different take on every single aspect of Middle-earth. Hope you enjoyed it as I did!
  24. Rivendell Lords The last homely home before the Wilderland, east of the Misty Mountains, is home of the fine elves under the rule of Lord Elrond. The idea that the elven power is fading during the era of the ring quest is beautifully put on screen in Peter Jackson's adaptation with a neat autumn foliage. For this reason the color scheme for Rivendell hockey team is light blue, for the waterfalls surrounding the area, and orange and brown to have a nice warm autumn palette. The font chosen for the logo reflects the refinery typical of the elves and the four pointed star is another typical mark used by them, as they are very tied with the stars and many times bear names linked with Middle-earth astronomy. I worked hard to find something to represent Rivendell as elvish art is so delicate yet unadapt for logos. Hope this rather plain identity matches well with the common images of the Rivendell Elves.
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