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  1. Hey all! Haven't posted in a while but I've still been lurking and creating on my own time (whenever I can find some). I came up with an idea for an Arizona Cardinals logo that I would appreciate feedback on. I posted it to facebook a couple minutes ago, and this is that post: Thanks for viewing! Let me know what you think!
  2. Hello everyone! I recently read about a new stadium/concert venue being announced in Milwaukee with an expected completion date in 2024. Part of the article and follow up news pieces have mentioned plans to bring a Pro Soccer team to Milwaukee. Thus far they have not said what league, but since the stadium will seat about 8,000 people it's not going to be MLS. USL Champions League or the NWSL seem like the best bets to me. The news got me thinking about what the team could look like and it brought me back to a concept I first developed and posted a few years ago; Cream City FC. It was conceived as part of a series imagining what sports teams in various leagues could look like if they were owned by the Bucks and used similar brand traits. Having had a couple years of separation and no need to tie it directly to the Bucks' branding I decided to take another shot at this concept. I give you the updated Cream City FC! Cream City is one of Milwaukee's nicknames and I think it's best one. Given the name 'Cream City', I had to have a cream color featured in it. I paired that with navy and sky blue colors based on the Milwaukee People's Flag and white. EDIT: You can see a larger post of the final logo designs in the last post of Page 1, and all the uniforms together on the first post of Page 2. As noted in the branding sheet, the center of the roundel is based on the side of a wooden beer barrel, with the blue seal around the edge and the soccer ball where a tap would be. The design above the ball (which is of course basis for the secondary logo) is a combined reference to both Milwaukee's 414 area code and the distinctive architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum. I mirrored the 4 on both sides of the 1 to create wings similar to the museum's design.
  3. I'm working on this personal branding for a client, which one do you guys prefer? the difference is on the hilt of the sword. I'm personally leaning more towards the Sharp one but I wanted to hear other opinions, Thanks _____________________________________________________________
  4. Pretty simple logo. H(ouston) above T(exans) with star in between contained in battle red circle Let me know your thoughts! I might end up doing more teams C&C appreciated!
  5. 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.
  6. Here’s how I would redesign the uniforms for the National Football League’s American Football Conference’s Eastern Division’s New England Patriots (with additional logos to beef up this post): I made two variations of the uniforms because I wasn’t sure whether to go with navy blue or royal blue as the primary color, that’s why I present both. These uniforms are what I’d call the Navy Set because it uses navy blue as the primary color: I also made this set for those who want a brighter blue. These uniforms are what I’d call the Royal Set as it uses royal blue as the primary color: In addition to the current Flying Elvis logo (which is navy blue), I have also made variations of a royal blue Flying Elvis logo reminiscent of their 1990’s logo: Silver Face: Light Tan Face (Basically a Flying Elvis version of the Pat Patriot logo): I also made variations of their Pat Patriot logo which used navy blue instead of the regular blue: Light Tan Face: Silver Face (Making the Pat Patriot logo look live the Flying Elvis): As for the wordmark logos, we have already seen for the modern wordmark logos navy blue and white, but here are additional ones that could be used (especially if royal blue is chosen over navy blue): Royal Blue Modern Wordmark: Red Modern Wordmark (could work either with navy or royal): In addition to the modern wordmark logos, if the people prefer, I have also redone(-ish) the 1980’s wordmark logo to better represent the new look Patriots (I apologize if I made the logos look rough but it should give a general idea of what I believe they could look like): Primary Navy Blue Classic Wordmark: Secondary Navy Blue Classic Wordmark: Primary Royal Blue Classic Wordmark: Secondary Royal Blue Classic Wordmark: Let me know which of the two color sets you prefer. Do you prefer the Navy Set or the Royal Set? Let me know in the replies!
  7. Greetings! With the NFL's decision to allow alternate helmets for throwback and color rush uniforms starting next year (great decision in my opinion!), I saw an article speculating on what the Houston Texans could do with the opportunity, and it inspired me to come up with an idea for that concept. This isn't anything revolutionary, but that wasn't the point. I recolored the Texans logo to use the colors of the old Houston Oilers, and designed the helmet around their old aesthetic. Whether the Titans would allow this, I'm not sure, but it does look pretty nice and I think it'd be a nice nod to the city's football past to roll out those old colors once in a while, especially with the Titans now using a color palette that isn't really much different from the Texans these days. Hope you all enjoy!
  8. Over in the “Nike Unveils City Connect Uniforms” thread, I suggested that whenever Baltimore gets a crack at the “program”, they go with a Charm City uniform. Now, I’m not well versed in uniform creation, but I can do logos! With that said, I give you... maybe, possibly, perhaps... Baltimore’s Charm City hat logo! • The orange and black “C”s for “Charm City” • There is Irish influence within Baltimore so I figured why not showcase that with a 4-leaf shamrock that ties it back together with the “charm” Honestly, I’m really pleased with how it came out, but as always, I’m very open to C&C. Thank you!
  9. I’ll preface this by saying a name like this should never see the light of day in the NFL. May I present... The Washington Battle-Ducks I’m not entirely sold on the duck foot design. I tried to incorporate an abstract “W” as well as a “hidden” Washington monument. After creating this, I discovered that “Ducks” were a form of military vehicle created for WW2 C&C is greatly appreciated!
  10. Kent State football helmet concept.
  11. https://newsroom.intel.com/editorials/intel-brand-karen-walker/
  12. Add Nissan to the recent batch of brands gone barebones, as Nissan joins the flat design party. Current, soon to be former logo: New, soon to be current logo: Application on vehicle grille... It's ok for what it is. It looks more streamlined--and much better on that grille mockup than it does on a piece of paper. Side note: this now means that someone somewhere is gonna have to pay to update all the signage and branding around Nissan Stadium-- which just got redone barely three years ago...
  13. https://www.packers.com/news/packers-training-camp-memory-the-unveiling-of-the-g A neat article on the sudden unveiling of the Packers' G logo. Also included in the article is a link to when the shape was changed prior to the 1970 season.
  14. I initially began this project as a way to design a fauxback Dallas Renegades logo, but I quickly realized I had a Washington (Washington Football Team) logo concept blooming in my hands. Mostly inspired by the 1970-71 “R” Lombardi logo, here it is in all it’s simplistic glory:
  15. I redesigned the Habs logo for an alternate jersey and instead of doing something based on their historic jerseys I decided to go super modern. The crest has 3 main parts. The very center is a Fleur De Lis in honor of their home province of Quebec (at the risk of drawing too much of a comparison to the Nordiques). I made it the center of an M for Montréal with the two “wings” on either side. I also separated the top part of the Fleur De Lis to make it the flame of a torch made from the bottom part, referencing the team motto “Nos bras meurtris vous tendent le flambeau, à vous toujours de le porter bien haut.” Or in English “To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.” The team’s hanger effect on their current jersey is the first part of that line, so I added the second part as this jersey’s hanger effect, completing the line of the poem and creating some vague symbolism of the classic jerseys passing the torch to this modern take. The chest and arm stripes were made thinner and modernized with the removal of the bottom white stripe and the addition of 24 ghosted Fleur De Lis on the chest, obviously representing the 24 cups they have won. I tried this jersey in blue at first, with the thought that there would then be a jersey in their arsenal for each color, “Bleu, Blanc, et Rouge”, but it kept looking either too much like a Rangers jersey or a Leafs jersey so I abandoned that idea and stuck with red. I know I will be labeled a heretic for messing with the Canadiens crest, but I thought it was a cool way to modernize the look of the oldest team in the league. Please C+C. Thanks in advance.
  16. Arizona Cardinals Logo Concept: Hey everyone, I'm working on updating the Arizona Cardinals brand (logo, colors, typefaces, uniforms, social graphics) and I thought it would be a good idea to include others in the design process with me. I'm starting this rebrand with the primary logo. Weaknesses of the current logo: - Goofy/cartoony - Visually dark - Large points on the bottom fighting the direction of the logo What I like about my redesign: - More energetic and sharp shape - Brighter colors that make the bird easier to distinguish - Less personified - More accurate representation of a Northern cardinal I'd love to hear your thoughts about what I have so far!
  17. So I whipped up a quick and dirty fix for the Rams LA logo. I don’t actually dislike the overall concept of the logo, but I think the execution of the idea is terrible. The problems: -Gradients-yuck, have fun reproducing that for embroidery and screen printing -Shadows-early 2000s web design wants their crutch back and it *the first two problems also create the problem of having waaay too many colors. -Doesn’t look good on multiple backgrounds/requires too many color and outline changes -The segmentation of the horn creates a crescent moon shape that I can’t unsee now that it’s been pointed out to me. The solution: first off, I ditched the gradients, getting the logo down to two/three colors depending on the application I also got made the horn one continuous piece. Also, because I ditched the gradients, the logo is all one color with a shadow on the horn to give it some depth. Honestly, I could take it leave the shading on the horn, but it might be a little flat without it. Anyway, this was like a 10 minute fix, but I think it makes the logo fit in much more with its contemporaries in the NFL and professional sports as a whole.
  18. For the 2020 MLB season, I decided to create some Nike MLB jersey concepts for Players' Weekend using the new Nike Baseball Jersey template. I wanted to create something unique with these jerseys. I used a lot of alternate colors and alternate logos on the jerseys, and made fauxbacks for some teams as well. If you are wondering why the Mets are black and pink, it is because when they were formed they were supposed to be black and pink. I'm not entirely happy with the Rockies, Rays, and Astros. For the Rockies I didn't really have any ideas for, while the Astros and Rays jerseys didn't come out as well as I thought they would. Thanks for viewing.
  19. I decided to do a Nike MLB Uniform Refresh, some teams will get total rebrands, some will have altered colors, some will have new alternates, or get new throwbacks. Visit my Behance to see my other sports designs: https://www.behance.net/ianrasovsky For the diamondbacks, I updated the home and away uniforms by replacing the sand accents with teal, solidifying teal as their new tertiary color. I also added their purple alternate from 1998 on the new Nike MLB teamplate. I also created a new home cap, that replaced the sand in the diamonbacks's "A" logo.
  20. I know that the 10th anniversaries of stadiums aren't normally celebrated, but here's my rendition of the Yankee Stadium 10th anniversary logo. P.S. I made this all in Photoshop
  21. So, after watching the game last night, it occurred to me that the Atlanta Falcons have some untapped potential with their identity, and could actually look really good. Any and all feedback welcome! Here's my fix starting with logo: Falcons Logo Concept by HuntTheJones (Based on the combination of the Throwback Logo & Current Logo) So the first is obvious. Take the old logo that's still so popular among the fanbase (at least the ones I know) and the current logo (which I think is actually pretty good) and combine them for a modernized version to make everyone happy. Up next, turf design: Falcons Turf Concept for Mercedes-Benz Stadium Last night made it clear that the throwback turf design is the look Atlanta needs. That said, there is nothing wrong with the current font style they have. So, sticking with the theme of the logo, find a happy medium. Up next, helmet design: Falcons Helmet Concept Nice and simple, just like the helmet they already have. A gloss black shell with nothing but the new logo on each side gets the job done. Up next, uniform design: Black Home Primary White Road Primary Red Home Alternate This is my favorite part. The basis is that each design is based on the throwback worn last night. Their current design is outdated, and nothing stands the test of time like the classic. So, put the current number font, new logo on the sleeves, and "ATLANTA" in small block on the chest. Keep the same pants design as well, just make the primary the old school silver. Rotate white and all black in the mix so you never get stale. Black jersey becomes primary Home, White jersey goes back to Black numbers, & Red jersey becomes alternate. C&C welcome!
  22. Without too much background - long story short my friends and I have been celebrating our semi-personal holiday: Sandwich Day for 17 years (the first Sunday of every Nov - this year Nov 3 is actually national sandwich day). We rotate hosting and this year is in Albany. I create a logo every year since sandwich day 9. I’m down to the final design and debating between adding an accent color to the rose (NY state flower and homage to Albany’s logo). Love any and all feedback/vote.
  23. Announced at D23, Epcot is getting a full rebrand in logo and concept. But since this is only a logo/design page, here's the old vs new logo. I think it's a substantial improvement and looks far less dated. The company also revealed some overall branding changes, reviving old attraction logos and revealing 7 new ones as well in the same spirit:
  24. With Dallas and Nashville playing in the 2020 Winter Classic, I thought it was great that the NHL was allowing more "non-traditional" hockey markets Winter Classic games, so I started work on a Winter Classic logo for a game in Arizona. My 2022 Winter Classic logo is a simplified version of the National Park Service logo arrowhead which seemed appropriate considering where the game will be played. The background has been replaced with the sunbeams from the Arizona flag. The mountain has been replaced with Humphrey’s Peak, the highest point in Arizona, and the sequoia tree has been replaced with saguaro cacti in homage to the southwest. The “Winter” font is loosely based on the fonts used on National Parks signs, while the other text is based on signs found within national parks. I did a few other color combinations as well but I really think the red sky looks the best. For Arizona's jersey I decided to try something that hasn't been done before. I made a very simple crest but I moved it to the shoulder and helmet, allowing a very vintage collegiate look with the ARIZONA text on the chest with numbers. I also added the only good thing ever to come from the Buffalo "Buffaslug" days, and that is stitched numbers. For their opponent. I chose Vegas due to the developing rivalry in the desert. I had a problem with Vegas' logo though since it is so new, so I attempted a fauxback crest. I tried to make it look like their current logo could have evolved from this but if I am honest, I think it still needs some work. Do you guys think I am on the right track here? C+C are always appreciated
  25. Hey Guys! It's been awhile. Today I present a concept for the Marywood University Pacers. I drive past this school everyday and I wonder if they could have gone in a different direction. Here is my attempt. Let me know what you think! As always C&C welcome!
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