Utilis

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  1. They wouldn't have any problems with a name if they had gone with "Larks" like they were going to - or if there were no NBA Rockets.
  2. Bugs works there! I guess he got tired of his bosses...
  3. ITC Benguiat Bold Italic
  4. I wonder how Michael Doret would feel about that...
  5. I don't live in Seattle, but I always really liked the older version of KING's logo:
  6. G. Dean Smith All five of the old-line ABC O&O stations (WABC New York, KABC Los Angeles, WLS Chicago, KGO San Francisco, WXYZ Detroit) used it, and there was a time when it was actually the official logo for the ABC Owned Television Stations division.
  7. Our local station logos have seen better days...
  8. Maybe I'm just defective, but I don't understand what's wrong with the Clippers logo, compared to the Lakers ripoff it replaced and how amateurish slop like the Warriors' look seems to pass without comment.
  9. Funny thing, Safeway actually sold their SoCal stores to Vons, and later bought Vons outright. As for Kroger's naming, people here definitely seem to think of King Soopers as "local."
  10. I'm pretty sure that the trademarks on the Sonics' various logos are still owned by the Thunder.
  11. Utilis

    New IHOP logo

    There's one in Aurora that has. Street View doesn't reflect that yet though.
  12. I'm 22, so I guess I would count as a millennial, but I am a broadcasting enthusiast who's seen examples of NBC referring to the xylophone throughout their history: (notice how that completely skips the Snake and the "N") As recently as 2015, they've also sold merchandise bearing the xylophone logo. The peacock and the xylophone as one logo?
  13. Something like this? I'm not sure I like this. The colors have their appeal but the form is indistinct compared to the xylophone. Thanks for the encouraging words.
  14. Well, how does one properly represent the bird without compromising the feathers?