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  1. Greeting's all! I recently posted a concept that I enjoyed creating for updating the Green Bay Packers logo, as it was in 1961 (that thread and design can be viewed here). I have decided that I want to keep going and try my hand at some other logos from the past, whether they be defunct teams or logos no longer in use by current existing franchises. The goal will be to update the designs, ideally with minimal changes to the basic design concept. The first logo of this expanded series is going to be the Racine Legion, who played in the NFL from 1922-1924 (the team had returned in 1926 but under a new name). Starting out at least most of these will likely be Midwest/Great Lakes region teams as those are ones I know best starting off. I did take a bit more liberty to add onto this logo than I did the '61 Packers update. This was based partially on the simplicity of the original logo, and in part because- had the team endured- it would have had 100 years for the logo to evolve beyond a simple letter and lines. That said, all of the additions drew inspiration from aspects of the team's roots and identity. The shield in the center was inspired by the idea of a Roman Legionnaire's shield, while the idea of adding the wreath and star behind it came from imagery associated with the American Legion, whom the Legion were named after. Aside from inverting the color from Maroon to White, I kept the original R logo as-is and front and center in the new look. While not in the original logo, the team did use gold in its uniforms based on pics I found online so here I added it to the logo itself. It also again reminds me of imagery of Roman Legionnaires so it works on that front also. C & C is always welcome, but I hope you all enjoy! EDIT: I thought it would be good to put a list of teams I have plans on updating. If there's a team logo you'd like to see updated that's not on the list feel free to share! Done: Green Bay Packers (1961) - In the other linked thread. Racine Legion Toledo Maroons Chicago Cardinals (with later revision) Dayton Triangles Akron Pros Milwaukee Badgers Duluth Eskimos (also a rebrand as the Duluth Nevers) Detroit Heralds Los Angeles Rams (1950) What if? NBC Sunday Night Football Lineup Does anyone want to see me do a Phase 2 of this series with helmets, or are there any other teams you'd like to see done? If so let me know!
  2. So as a Packer fan who enjoys logo design like many of us here do, the Packers logo is always a bit tricky. To me and others it is timeless and very hard to justify messing with, but a part of me still wants to do design projects with the team, so I decided to take a look at their past and try to bring a part of it into the present. I decided to take a logo the team had from 1961 (that was not used for long) and redo it. My goal was to make something that represented the past logo without reinventing it, but could also fit in with logos from the modern era. I stated some of this in the graphic, but the major tweaks (with intentions behind them) were: * Altered the colors to be closer to the modern shades of green and gold the team uses, * Drew a solid outline around the entire ball as well as the player. This helped present the ball as one solid object with stripes and not a ball chopped into three separate pieces. I feel this helps it come off as one cohesive graphic. I also used the outline to imply laces along the right edge of the ball. * Gave the player a more angular, athletic appearance, and changed some aspects of the helmet, pants, etc to better mirror the team's modern uniform. * The ball gets a green shadow on its left side which then blends into the image of Wisconsin. I feel this helps pull the state and ball into a more cohesive graphic and gives the ball a sense of depth. I also rotated and resized Wisconsin a little bit to better line it up with the other features of the logo. * My last change was removing the location marker from Milwaukee and changing the Green Bay marker from a white circle to a gold star; this helped separate it from the player when viewing a smaller version of the logo and aligned it with other NFL logos using star imagery. I hope you all enjoy! EDIT: Here's the final iteration of the design for easy viewing.
  3. I had a thread a few years ago about if the NFL mandated that each team wear a white helmet. (the topic is now closed). I wanted to start the 2nd version with the division I never finished, the NFC West. First is the Rams, this was made before today's reveal, so sorry, no bone here...... This is the home set. I wanted to keep a balance of the three colors, but still making sure the blue/yellow were the stars. Here's the away. Finally the alternate.
  4. http://www.packers.com/media-center/videos/Packers-reveal-100-Seasons-celebration/793ffa34-af44-4d43-9e56-ac53a74a8412 The logo is at the end of this 25 second clip. I like the use of Varsity Block to tie in to the jersey numbers. We'll see more details as time progresses. And the logo is...
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