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  1. When Under Armour announced that they would be equipping Notre Dame with alternate uniforms for the Cotton Bowl CFP game, everyone's minds jumped to a potential 1979 throwback. The 1979 Cotton Bowl was one of the most legendary games in Notre Dame and college football history, when Joe Montana led the Irish to an incredible comeback victory against Houston. The uniform featured a white jersey with bright kelley green numbers, something that would stand out just as well today. While I quite like the set that Under Armour rolled out, they missed a huge opportunity to include green more prominently in the uniform. Based on the team's marketing this season, I thought it was fitting to take a stab at a uniform that was more based around green that the Irish would wear through the playoffs. For this uniform, I took the route of a fauxback, combining different elements from Notre Dame's great uniform history. The set is based around a shade of green somewhere in between the 2000s green and the 1979 green. The helmets are the standard gold, but with a modernized shamrock on one side, calling back to the helmets of the 1950s and 60s. The jersey is a recolored version of the current ones, prominently featuring the green numbers with a gold outline. The pants are standard, with a green ND logo on one side. For the socks, I chose to go with a striping pattern used on the shoulders of Irish jerseys in the 50s. It helps emphasize the fauxback look while keeping it modern and clean.
  2. Here a re a few college logo update / different ideas. Done just for fun, I would love some feed back. They are all still works in progress (especially Hawaii), so please be kind. Thanks guys.
  3. Recently I came across a logo I had made awhile back for a college hockey series. I wanted to post the logo itself with some recent edits made, because I kinda feel like it got shoved in the back of the project as a whole, and I'd really love to get some feedback on the logo itself. The motive for the logo was pretty simple. It's, at least for me, one of the most iconic and memorable mascot logos in all of college sports. Despite the fact that the logo is from a conceptual standpoint, pretty great, I feel like it really hasn't aged well, like many logos from its era. So, I decided to give the classic a modern tough. To put it simply, I took away a look of the extraneous details that all old logos seemed to have, streamlined the figure a bit (no more weird flat head), and made he leprechaun a bit younger looking to match. I also made the decision to add a bit more blue to the logo itself. I realize that the leprechaun is supposed to be wearing a green and yellow suit, but I felt that the increased blue better represented the more balanced use of green, blue, and yellow/gold that the university sports these days. Finally, I added a vegas gold to emulate the color the sports teams generally wear. Thanks guys! I'd love to hear your C+C!
  4. Notre Dame Shamrock Series Concept Uniform. Thoughts, feedback, and ideas much appreciated
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