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  1. Here's a quick concept for the Columbus Blue Jackets I have put together... The two primaries are a breath of fresh air, as they are based around the striping of the Ohio flag, pay homage to Ohio's first NHL team (Cleveland Barons) and incorporate other design elements the team has used to date such as: Current name/number font Cuff design with the stars at the wrist Simplified hemline and logo usage The home's hanger effect reads "March On", and the road has a new "Columbus Blue Jackets" word mark created by me in a previous project... The alternate is a classy change of pace from the two primaries, featuring an all-blue look with minimal red accents...
  2. Over the past few days, I've been working on this little project. The military style of the new Florida Panthers logos and uniforms inspired me in the design process of all of the aspects of this concept. The badges on the arms, the striping, the numbers on the shoulders, etc. While I do appreciate the military influence the Panthers incorporated, I believe that it makes a ton of sense for the Columbus Blue Jackets to adopt a similar style. So, I came up with a Civil War-eque badge that could serve as a secondary logo for the team. I created a simplified, minimalist cannon logo that is based off of their current alternate, and created incorporated it into a badge that is similar to the ones worn on the sleeves of generals in the Union Army. And with that, I came up with 4 different variations of uniforms that were based off of a previous concept of mine. Option A Option B Option C Option D Which one do you like most? All C&C is welcome.