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  1. lol Literally. Literally every other logo, save the Browns, has more going on than the Dallas logo. A star is one of the simplest shapes known to man.
  2. Oh neat, that makes sense. I thought the white/navy was their original scheme. Thanks for the info. Regardless, I still don't like the yellow/blue, I still prefer the white/navy scheme.
  3. We're at the tail end of that fad, thankfully. This "minimalist" fad has brought a lot of hacks/unskilled talent into the game. I can't wait until demand for more detail kicks back up and it leaves these guys in the past. This field could use a good cleansing.
  4. Denver is pretty brutal. I think the Broncos have one of the ugliest logos/colors/uniforms in the league. Another bad one is AZ/Phoenix... The Coyotes are better now, but just plain and boring... Way too safe. Plus, I hate that maroon and I can't stand the "sand" color. Their originals were terrible, too. The Diamondbacks have a cool snake logo, but that's it. Their 'A' is lame, the colors are lame (same as Coyotes). Even their throwbacks (that get a lot of love) are ugly. The Cards are safe and simple. Their 90s are much better. Too much black in the new ones. The Suns had one of the best brands in the 80s and 90s, now they are horrid. They took away the purple!
  5. Light blue is such a great uniform color if used/paired correctly. UCLA, Mid-90's Detroit Lions, Chargers, Argentina's soccer jersey, Clippers throwbacks. Oilers...
  6. I agree, I would have completely rebranded, I'm not a fan of keeping names... My point was it still "worked" on some level, even though a rebrand would have been better. Basically, it wasn't a Utah Jazz/ NO Hornets/ Memphis Grizzlies mistake, keeping 'Stars' in Dallas still makes sense, even though a rebrand should have been done.
  7. I think LA's royal blue and yellow jerseys are horrendous, they hurt my eyeballs. Something just screams "childish" about them, I just think Fisher-Price and Duplos whenever I see those jerseys posted. Don't get it twisted, I wasn't a fan of the navy and gold STL Rams either. My favorite are the white/navy throwbacks... This is what LA should do, clean and crisp, plus they're throwbacks to BEFORE the royal/yellow.
  8. It worked well for the Dallas Stars too. Texas being the 'star' state. If it works, then keep it (your example, Dallas Stars), but I think that's the exception.
  9. I prefer complete rebrands. Usually, team names have a tie to the area, when they move it makes the name pointless. The Jazz in Utah, Lakers in LA, Grizzlies in Memphis, Hornets in NO, Oilers in Tennessee... Those are all silly and literally make zero sense. Start fresh. It's a new team, a new franchise. The owners should take advantage and make it something the locals can have some tie to and pride in.
  10. Amazing, great work. I only had two VERY small issues with the main logo... Maybe it's just me, but I felt it would look better with only one pick-axe, I think two seemed redundant and unnecessary. So I removed the one at the top and made it look like a more traditional basketball. Also, on the left and right of the mountain, you had the yellow meet the white snow cap and it gave it a weird affect for me, so I just continued the blue line to break it up. Overall, amazing job, I'm a big fan of your work.