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  1. I live in Atlanta. I’m a bit disappointed. Each of the past four logos have had something related to the host city. This is just a cool design. There are many things besides peaches that symbolize Atlanta. Civil War, hip hop, diverse cultures, etc. And the “Phoenix” In this logo I can barely see. Really liked the banner template, it is the only good championship logo template I like. However the logo has some goodness in it. I like the color palette. But the font for “Final Four” should be italicized like the past four logos.
  2. Ah, the mlb. Our national pastime. Some mlb logos are iconic. (Yankees, Red Sox, etc) But sometimes the logos are boring, an eyesore, or just too many things are in the logo. Sometimes teams get rid of a primary logo and replace it with a BLAND cap logo. (Padres, Pirates, Rockies, etc) Or an expansion team tries out some colors that don’t go together. (Except for the diamondbacks, that old logo is great) I still haven’t found a way to put my photos on here. So I would like that tech genius who can to put up a bracket kind of poll. To make up a tournament poll to see what is the worst mlb logo. (DO A BRACKET OF 32 plz) GOOD LUCK!! (Go Braves, I’m an Atlantan!) Sincerely, Daniel :V
  3. Sorry about my earlier post and everything. Now I am on Spring Break and happy. (Plus, the braves look GOOD in spring training.) Anyways it’s March and the final Four is just around the corner. And it’s not just for the players. Every Year many graphic designers look forward to design the court and the flags and signage.
  4. I have made the 2020 final four logo. To see it go to the website below. Then go to the blog. You will see the post.
  5. The challenge is to create a concept court for this years final Four in San Antonio. I will pick the top 3. Then The public will vote for the winner. READY, SET, DESIGN!