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  1. With the match-up set for Super Bowl 50, I figured this would be a good place to keep all of the discussion about the game's aesthetics. Anything from uniforms to ticket design to field graphics. I am hoping the NFL doesn't go too crazy with the gold and make each team's end zones Golden... The presumed uniform matchup:
  2. I don't know why, but I was thinking about the film "The Sum of All Fears" today. Not really for the story, but for a scene in the film. If you recall, the villains of the film plant a nuclear bomb at the film's version of a Super Bowl (held in Baltimore of all places). The result is a stadium (and city) of dead fans and players. Now the morbid side of me could't help but think how such an event would play out in real life. We know that the Super Bowl has very tight security, but things slip thought. Like that idiot after Super Bowl XLVIII. So I want to construct a scenario based on the film and apply it to next year's Super Bowl to ask the following questions. To be sure, this is speculative fiction and not meant to be taken any other way. I'm really curious on how the NFL could possibly handle a "doomsday scenario". Here is the scenario as follows: Super Bowl LI is being held in Houston (home of the Texans) next year. For the sake of argument, let's say that the Patriots and the Cowboys make it to the big game. Again, just for the sake of argument. Further, terrorists detonate a nuclear device and... that's all she wrote. I'm curious as to the fall out (no pun intended) that the NFL would have to go though and what would happen. Consider that if such a situation would happen you would have the elimination of two football teams, an NFL stadium, and NFL training facility (as the Texans' facility is right across the street), the possibly elimination of the Texans themselves, leading NFL personal such as the commissioner, owners, and everyone else who shows up. Also, not just the players but the personal that help run the franchise from the GM to the video guy and ball boys, and countless others that help the NFL operate. Given all that I mentioned, what does the NFL do after that? Would the NFL continue after that? If so, what would happen to the franchises of the Patriots, Cowboys, and Texans? You have three franchises, two of which are ingrained in football lore and history, do you shut down operations all together or do you star over? Would it be "fair" that Dallas loses a franchise because of this situation, or would that be exactly what happens? What about the leadership of the NFL, like the commissioner, owners, and other personal. Who takes over when everyone in the front office is gone and everyone in the Patriots organization is gone? While a scenario like this would be on par as that of 9/11 and would be a tragedy for the country, you do have to wonder what about the NFL itself and what would happen. I don't think that the film nor the book addressed what the fictional football league did to recover form something like this, but what would the NFL do in a situation like this you think? Again, this is meant a speculative fiction so let's limit responses to answering the question and please be tasteful.
  3. As the old saying goes, it's better late than never. I'd thought about a Thanksgiving set...didn't happen. Bowls...yeah, obviously that didn't happen either. CFP? Get your nonexistent Dr. Peppers outta HEAH! In any event, it was either release something, anything now, or be awkward next week So without further ado... For the next two releases, C2P is an offense-free zone, as after this, I intend to release a Legends version. That's for the near future though, the present is now, and as is suggested, the four players in the marquee will be taking part in a little shindig in San Francisco Santa Clara on Sunday. Kicking things off today, the leader of Carolina's defense, the Beast of Boston (if nobody calls him that, somebody should), Luke Kuechly On the BC side, the Matt Ryan-era eagle head makes an appearance on the helmets and pants (to break the monotony, I put the BC on the sleeves instead). On the Panthers side, a silver helmet would've either looked too Raider-like had I used a black jersey, and would have looked too much like the Lions with the blue jersey, so I went with black instead. DeMarcus Ware Considered something else for the sleeve logo, though the only other logo that'd fit the bill is that awkward looking full horse. Troy's helmet was initially gonna be crimson, but I figured black would be a better choice, especially as I decided to make the Broncos helmet orange. Von Miller and Josh Norman coming tomorrow...
  4. Nothing serious. Just goofing off.
  5. Here are all of my Super Bowl logo concepts, all condensed into one forum thread. If anyone knows how to delete previous forum threads on here, please let me know and I will do so. I also have designed program cover concepts for some of my logos.
  6. The Super Bowl never has good logos anymore. That's why it's fun to create my own. The bottom one would preferably be used here. And of course, what it would look like on the teams: I also switched the Nike logo to gold on both teams, as a little touch since the NFL is going gold-out this year.
  7. Bizarrely, I haven't been able to find such a thread in the archives, at least not in the past few years. Anyway, I think this could be a fun topic to discuss. Which Super Bowls just looked great? Which ones were a disaster (*cough cough, last year's*)? Also, teams wearing white in the Super Bowl are, thus far, 31-18 if I recall correctly, with at least the four biggest margins of victory (49ers over Broncos by 45 points, Bears over Patriots by 36 points, Cowboys over Bills by 35 points, Seahawks over Broncos by 35 points). It's a small sample size, but that's still a bigger difference than you'd expect. Do you think it's just a coincidence, or does wearing white somehow convey a psychological advantage?
  8. This is an unused Super Bowl 49 Logo that I found, Super Bowl 45 unused logo, Super Bowl 38, Super Bowl 36,
  9. Here are some Super Bowl logo concepts of mine that sadly will never see the light of day.
  10. Jason221

    Super Bowl 52

    Super Bowl LII is presumed to be in Minnesota. Any Logo ideas for it?
  11. Here is my own logo that I designed for Super Bowl 51. IMO, I wanted Super Bowl 51 to be in New England. New England would make for an outstanding Super Bowl host place.
  12. Jason221

    Super Bowl 51

    Houston to host Super Bowl LI, any logo concepts?
  13. Hello! I'm pretty new here, but I feel like this would a good first topic to start with. It didn't seem to fit in the NFL weekly uniform matchup thread, nor did I see any separate topic about it, so I thought I'd go ahead and make it myself. However, admins can feel free to merge or delete this topic if they feel like it doesn't warrant its own. With Super Bowl fever in full swing, I was inspired by the weekly NFL uniform match-up thread to ask you this: What to you is the best Super Bowl uniform matchup of them all? To me, it's Super Bowl XXV: Bills Vs. Giants. I love how their color schemes were effectively the same, only reversed, creating a pleasant meetup of nicely contrasting/reflecting colors. The uniforms were also very similar and complementing. I've always found Buffalo's 90s look, especially the red helmet, white jersey and white pants away combo, to be one of the better uniforms the NFL has seen.
  14. I created a forum signature for the Patriots, anyone can use it if they would like to.
  15. I'm not sure how good this is, it's my first logo so hit me up on this. I incorporated a lot of Arizona into it. Something about it doesn't feel right.
  16. The Super Bowl is upon us yet again, in its 49th rendition. The Seahawks are back for another helping, looking for a second world championship in a row. The Pats are back for their 6th run since the turn of the century. Most people aren't fans of the game design-wise however. The Patriots have a fairly dated look, with lots of excessive piping. Their are some good components to their uniforms, however. The helmet stays mostly untouched, as do the pants. The shoulder striping is inspired by the look of the Boston Patriots of the AFL, and the NE Patriots of the 1970s-1990s. The new number font is used to match the new wordmark. On the inside of the collar is "Hang together". This is taken from the quote from Benjamin Franklin: "We must hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately." The undershirt is inspired by the uniform of a colonial American patriot's uniform. The three stars represent Super Bowl titles. Without further ado, the newly designed New England Patriots: Inspiration: The Seahawks uniforms were overhauled when Nike received the NFL contract. It's safe to say they own monochrome, so I stuck with that look for them. The stiping is heavily based off of the uniforms of the 80s and 90s, and the most recent stiping pattern. The twelve dashes on the front represent that 12th man thing they love so much, also represented on the pants. "12" is written in the inside collar and on the undershirt. Helmet remains basically the same, with the subtraction of those weird stripe-things and the joining of the Seahawk is a tad bit different. Inspiration: As an extra bonus here's what I believe the field will look like: Enjoy the game! Expect me back for a NBA All-Star game redesign soon!
  17. Nothing too exciting with this post, but I've put together what Super Bowl 49 should now look like. The only thing I've really changed is the logo of the game itself. I've used some concept art as a base but made some alterations. The logo is in the shape of Arizona, I've added purple as an accent color, and if you look closely at the logo, there are stripes representing Arizona's Flag. Hope you enjoy. (Both uniforms courtesy of this very website)
  18. Hi guys! For Christmas this year, I got Adobe Illustrator, and I decided to try my hand at a logo. Looking for an inspiration, I thought of the standardized Super Bowl logos. I knew I wanted to create something that would look a lot better. After a couple of hours of work, I had created my first logo! After another hour, I had created a wordmark version and applied it to jerseys. And with that, I would like to present my first ever logo! I know it isn't very good, so any kind of constructive criticism or tip would be very helpful. With the Super Bowl in Arizona this year, I knew I wanted a desert color scheme. However, I also knew that I wanted some vibrant colors after the years of grayscale. That is how I came to the color scheme or red, yellow, and deep green. By playing around with fonts and the letters, I came up with what I have now.
  19. We all know how bad the new templated Super Bowl logos have been, and with Super Bowl 50 the template was so bad that it couldn't support the roman numeral L. I took a stab at bringing back the 'L', and after many tries and different organizations of the text and the numeral this is the best of what I came up with. The gold is an obvious choice for the featured color here, since the game is the San Francisco area, and because this is the Super Bowl's 50th anniversary. I incorporated a few ideas from past Super Bowls. The the text, numeral and NFL logo have the same outlining style as the Super Bowl XVI logo. The background with the vertical lines was seen in a multitude of places at Ford Field for Super Bowl XL. The silver comes from that as well, and it is a good contrast with gold since it is the color of the trophy. I borrowed the basics of the actual Super Bowl 50 logo by using the same colors, a gold gradient and by sublimating a San Francisco landmark. Let me know what you guys think, and C&C is appreciated!
  20. Sorry if this may be in another thread. I guess there is no real shock the Super Bowl has the U. of Phoenix stadium backdrop with added cacti, rocks. Always curious to what Super Bowl L (50) would look like. Apparently debuted in June..I didn't know. it's not bad, but maybe it could have been better? Adding "50" was the right move, golden anniversary. MAYBE spell out "SUPER BOWL" in cold, lighter yellow.
  21. I've had the idea of Super Bowl themed sneakers for a while and a couple years ago I drew up the first three games. The basic template / format is one shoe is styled after the winning team's helmet and uniforms and the other shoe is styled after the losing team's helmet and uniforms. The final score is on the back of each shoe in a scoreboard font and the Super Bowl logo for that year appears on the inside side of each shoe. (The team logos are on the outside and face out.) Here is Super Bowl I: Here is Super Bowl II: And here is Super Bowl III: I'd love to hear what you guys think!
  22. Hey - I love Star Trek, the NFL, and Wallpapers, so I thought - why not combine all 3 and see what I can come up with? OK - The premise of these concepts was that I started on the base of a Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform with its quirky parabola design on the uniform front. Based on that, the top section simulates the collar area where the "pips" or rank insignia is normally displayed. The middle section is normally the red/blue/gold of the Trek uniform. In its place, I have substituted NFL team colors (optimized from, thanks to our good friend Colorwerx). And, since every "jersey" needs a logo, I'm going with the NFL Helmet right side logo (so the Steelers logo shows up). Size is 1600x900. Notes: 1. I created the wallpapers in .PNG format, but the original website I uploaded them to originally didn't like that and converted them to .JPG files. So, I had to go in a different direction and find a different host site. I found one, but it is shrinking the images. However, if you follow the links, eventually, you can get to the 1600x900 wallpapers. 2. The font used is based on the Star Trek original series font from the 60's 3. Also, instead of posting all of them at once, I'd like some feedback on whether or not it looks better with or without the Lombardi Trophy as part of the design. Maybe I need to move the trophy to the right? 4. Yeah, I know I'm basically just "combining" already existing elements from various places, but hey, no one else has done this particular design right? 5. Purposely used the optimized colors, and tried to keep it from being too cluttered. First attempt at this kind of project, so some C&C is warranted.... The first two images will only be the Baltimore Raven in Black with and without the Lombardi Trophy. I don't want to start posting the rest until I get some feedback on whether or not to include the trophy. Thanks in advance.
  23. Sorry to start a thread on this, but I want to see what you all think: Did anyone see the two OBVIOUS holds by two Ravens while trying to protect the punter on the intentional safety play? It was pretty evident the holds were intentional. The thing is, under my understanding, a holding in the endzone ends in a if the 49ers were intentionally trying to get a safety there's no point in throwing a flag. Did the officials know that was coming and not call it? The holds allowed for the punter to putz around in the endzone for some extra seconds before running out. If all of that was planned it was genius. Discuss.