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  1. So many clean, well-done concepts in here. 1. The working of the Nebraska N into the pants stripes on the football uniforms is unique and identifiable and overall a good move. 2. The overall branding of Rutgers is perfect. It blends the tradition (birthplace of college football, etc..) and identifiable scarlet and white with a well-designed sword to them more identifiable and modern-looking. 3. I can't help but feel that the sleevecaps on the Wake Forest football uniforms stand out a little too much, but the Wake basketball uniform is gorgeous.
  2. Bravo on this, especially because the font, helmet wing, and sleeve design go so well together. Just a really clean, well put together look for the Eagles.
  3. Also note that with a teal boundary line and a teal key (with no space in between), referees would not be able to identify the boundary underneath the basket. A small thing, but just thought I'd pass it on.
  4. I too think the primary logo is a downgrade. It just lacks character in any way. Maybe bring back the horizontal lines, but clean them up a bit? I know it doesn't necessarily match the uniform wordmark anymore, but I think that's okay. My two cents. Good work on the uniforms. The blue one is great.
  5. When I shrink this logo down and put it on a uniform, its features seam to disappear. I think the details might be a little too fine (and somewhat slapped on and disjointed). So I did a complete 180 and designed a new logo that's quite simple. It still features the 6-pointed shield and six stars, but otherwise leaves out the name of the team entirely. But I think this logo is closer to something that works for the Revs, but I'm eager to hear some feedback. I have two versions that I'm looking for preferences on. Any other feedback is great too.
  6. I also thought that was a Bulls jersey at first. And after I realized it was a Rockets jersey, I thought the design was white paint splatters. Maybe some of the stars need to be more faint? As far as removing it from looking like a Bulls jersey, I'm not sure the pinstripes are really needed. That would go a long ways.
  7. Moving back to the red and yellow behind the wing was a great chioce. Those colors work really well together. I like what you did with the wing design as well; it gives the bird more character than it had before. The font and its placement are obviously influenced by that 1998 logo, but they feel somewhat disconnected as part of the logo. Unfortunately, I'm not sure how to address that. Great job overall.
  8. It's not based on any flag, other than the inclusion of the tree from the New England flag. But the concern about looking like the Scotland flag is legitimate. The white x is in reference to American soldiers in the Revolutionary War. In a more accurate application, the white X over the badge would be almost a perfect x with 45 degree angles on each corner. But once you throw the white x over the blue shield, you end up with little space for a wordmark or other design aspects, and if you don't use other design aspects it feels like you end up with empty space. So the X is shrunk horizontally a little bit. That does make it look like the X in the Scotland flag. If the X really should be more vertical as an accurate depiction, the whole design needs to be reworked somehow. I'm not against that. Maybe I'll play around with it.
  9. On the white and black uniforms, maybe you'd consider moving the round logo to the other side (and maybe lower on the shorts) to let those stripes breath a bit. The shorts seem a little bit unbalanced as is. I would give that round logo a chance to stand out as it is, because it's so unique. I'm also a bit distracted by the big Grizzlies wordmark on the teal shorts. Maybe that wordmark could go underneath the number on the teal jersey? Is it possible to put the same font that's on the uniforms on the court? Maybe consider changing the sleeves/socks from blue to black/white for presentation purposes. I like your usage of the colors though. Everything is well-balanced. The black and teal stand out, but the red accents work well.
  10. I actually like the widening stripe, I think it brings some character to it. At first I thought it was supposed to be a hockey stick though, so if it's not maybe that's a little distracting. These are great though. Would love to see this matchup.
  11. I think that Husky logo is very underrated for Washington, so I like that you found a way to use it. Overall, I appreciate the simplicity of a lot of these concepts. Sometimes simplicity actually makes these brands very identifiable. That striping style just works for well for Arizona, for example. And as soon as you see it, you know who it is, rather than a bunch of gradients and weird shoulder stripes. I also applaud you for including all the possible uniform combinations as well. It helps to visualize how these will look.
  12. Thanks for the comments! I made an update that adds a blue outline to the logo, emphasizes more red in the outline of the shield and gives it more of a 3d feel with the coloring on the red outline. I also changed the script Revolution font.
  13. The Revs are in desperate need of an update, so I thought I would try my hand at it. Eventually, I hope this logo gets featured in an entire MLS concept series with some other updated logos + kits. I feel much more comfortable with kit design than logo design, so I could use your help. Here is my first try: (sorry for the empty space, the cropping is off) The badge itself has 6 points and the logo has 6 stars for the 6 New England states. The badge features the tree from the New England flag and the crossing white stripes reminiscent of soldiers in the Continental Army. The fonts are are supposed to give it a bit of a dated feel. The logo also emphasizes the date the Revs were established to highlight the club's history in a league where a lot of clubs have none. My concerns at the moment are about the lack of red in the logo and the readability/recognizability of the red text and the green tree in applications where the logo is shrunken down. Thanks for your constructive comments in advance.
  14. The red helmet works great for Atlanta and the striping is unique and fitting with their overall identity. Well done.
  15. I think we have a new leader for worst Adidas kit.