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This concept was started a few years ago here: http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/98132-vintage-style-lipscombcoloradohoward/ . And I just went back and cleaned it up. Let me know what you think of the updates. Here is the image: And a GIF for comparison:
Personal Project: Panther 3.0 ••• Keeping to tradition, the panther holds true to the stance and triangular shape of past designs. This concept combines sloping contours and sharp edges, creating a sleek, yet aggressive mark. A central goal for this mark was to account for major identifiable elements of the animal itself. This is accomplished by the addition of whiskers, a white muzzle, and a pronounced triangular nose. Also, the implementation of more gold within the panther brings truth to why the school color was chosen initially, because of how well it represents the animal. In Western society, we read left to right. The new right-facing pose leads to exemplify the psychological effect of moving in the right direction. With a vigilant stance, the noble panther reigns.
SuperLex Rebrand Hello everyone, Derrick here from dasedesigns.com I recently worked with a personal Motorsports brand to create and re-brand her logo design and identity. Alexis "SuperLex" Olivera is a young up and coming racer competing in the Mini GP Series. I worked with Alexis and her father to create and re-brand her new visual identity including multiple variations for Logo designs and Apparel. The main goals with this project were to ditch her previous cookie cutter logo upgrade her identity to something a bit more modern and bold. She competes in a heavily Male Dominated Sport so for starters we needed her identity to be Mean enough to stand its ground against any competition that came her way. Asides from the angry essence of the design it still has to have a slight feminine touch considering she's one of the only female racers! I present to you the new SuperLex Identity! More Info: Thanks for watching and more updates coming this year! -Special thanks to Kris Olivera for the Photography. -For those asking, the Apparel Mockup Templates are from YellowImages Social Media Twitter: DaseDesigns | SuperLex26 FaceBook: DaseDesigns | SuperLex26 Website: Dase's Sports Logos | SuperLex26