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  1. 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!
  2. The concept of this project is to take the 32 teams of the NFL and re-imagine them as if there's an alternate universe version of the NFL with the same locations, but different team branding and divisional alignment with Under Armour providing the uniform equipment. Also, I switched out one "New York" team and one "Los Angeles" team for St. Louis and San Diego teams. The team concepts won't be posted in any particular order and I will update this post with links to them for reference. NFC North: Detroit Green Bay Kansas City Minnesota NFC South: Atlanta Jacksonville St. Louis Tennessee NFC East: Buffalo Carolina Philadelphia Pittsburgh NFC West: Arizona Dallas Denver Los Angeles AFC North: Cincinnati Cleveland Chicago Indianapolis AFC South: Houston Miami New Orleans Tampa Bay AFC East: Baltimore New England New York Washington AFC West: Las Vegas Lights San Diego San Francisco Seattle
  3. Years ago, I submitted a series of Australian Rules Football jumpers of each National Football League team. Today, I present an updated series of NFL Aussie Rules jumpers that include an away change set of jumpers for each team. So lets get started! We'll start with the AFC East. Buffalo Bills Miami Dolphins New England Patriots New York Jets
  4. In what is quite possibly the most ambitious undertaking I have found myself engaged with in my 5 years here on the CCSLC, I initially found myself bored and doing nothing in Art History 101 and I was struck with an idea I had seen knocked around here once or twice: the NFL's 100th anniversary, which is 5 years away from the current season (Provided my math hasn't been wrong, the 100th anniversary season is 2020-2021). The redesigns in this thread will follow what happened in my previous NFL series, NFL Redesign 2014, so the mess that Tampa rolled out and the clown suits that Cleveland struts around in never happened. Ok, enough of my rambling. For the NFL's 100th anniversary logo set, there is no gold, no silver, no frills. I wanted to keep it clean so here's what came out: I didn't want to change too much, but wanted things to be different enough that people would notice. Now for the uniforms. Every team will have the normal home and away jerseys No alternate jerseys or helmets will be worn this seasons. Alt pants are ok. Every team will have 2 straight throwbacks, or 2 fauxbacks. Teams will wear the throwbacks/fauxbacks 8 times this season. Along side that, I will be also posting the sketches I've based all these on, which is something I've never done before. Ok, I've talked enough. Here's Dallas. (Going by divisions this time) The Pro Combats Dallas unveiled were a big hit among Cowboys fans, and so Dallas changed after their last uniform change wasn't so well recieved. (The NFL logo is replaced by the 100 logo this year). Brushed silver helmet, star on side, nothing too major. Navy and white jerseys, with stripes and stars on the shoulder, number on sleeves. New number font. Grey pants, pretty much unchanged. New font: Basically took the throwback font and straightened it out. Now the throwbacks Not sure the Cowboys have ever looked better than these uniforms, which come from their first season in 1960. I realise I gave you a lot to swallow in the first post, hopefully they aren't as lengthy. C and C welcome as always.
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