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  1. This is a project I'd had in my head for a long time, and I finally decided to make it happen. My concept for the NBA to be taken outdoors for the first time in history, the NBA Blacktop Series. The BS if you will. As crazy as it sounds, I think it would be possible if done right for an NBA game to be played outside. I mean if they can do it with hockey, they can do it with roundball. The more outlandish part of the idea is a proposal for the game to be played on an actual street court, Chicago's Margaret Hie Ding Lin Park Court in this case. It would fit in well with the NBA's mindset and would be kind of like bringing players back to their roots, where it all began, on a humble street court. So below are all the facets of what I think this could/should look like. LOGO The logo for the Blacktop Series is simple and uniform, but still hanging on to some uniqueness while serving as a kind of ode to Chicago's Hie Ding Park, with the underside of the El tracks center stage on the logo and court alike. Any further games would fit this same half-circle logo template. SECONDARIES UNIFORMS The matchup for the inaugural Blacktop game is Pistons/Bulls which i think is a healthy enough rivalry, esp. city wise, to kick the series off. The jerseys are noticeably button-up which will serve as a distinct icon of outdoor b-ball. Chi-Town's uni has a black base with the colors of the city's flag as bold accent colors. The Flag Shield secondary from the event logo is the sleeve patch and the flag's four six-point stars are an accent underneath the numbers. Detroit's jersey is much more understated with the D from their new logo on the left breast and the new logo itself as a sleeve patch. Motor City silver is the base. SEATING PLAN C&C hugely appreciated as this is the biggest single project I've done yet, so I'd love to hear what you think of the first installment of the NBA Blacktop Series! Thanks guys
  2. For my first ever post, I will be posting my redesigns for the current courts in the NBA. I do my work on MS Paint so please forgive me if some of my work comes out a little choppy. I do however strive to be as neat as possible with my work. Well, let's get started. First up are the Boston Celtics, a team with a timeless look is hard to redesign but I fixed a few things that I felt were amiss in their current look. The sidelines now read "Boston Celtics", (as they should), and retained is the classic parquet and the signature of legendary Celtics coach, Red Auerbach. The changes are minor but any change is significant when dealing with a team such as the Boston Celtics. Next up will be the Cleveland Cavaliers. C&C Greatly appreciated!
  3. Just noticed this today, NBA 2k17 appears to have leaked the new Pistons logo LONG before we knew about it. On the "Current NBA Teams" AND "league expansion" option, you can see the Pistons new logo in the bottom right corner.
  4. Sidney

    NBA rebrand

    Hi lads, I've been working for days on few NBA teams, give me your feedbacks! https://www.behance.net/SidneyN-F
  5. Of all the team logos in the NBA, the Detroit Piston's current logo may be one of the simpler ones. It is merely the team name on a basketball which is fine for an expansion team but not for a team with as great a history as the Pistons. My concept calls upon the greatest era of the Detroit Pistons and that would be the eighties through the early nineties. Back when they were known as the "Bad Boys". The focal point of this concept is in the primary for the jerseys have only received slight changes. The primary features details from the "Bad Boys" era of the Pistons as well as a couple of pistons, the team's namesake. The secondary is simple and the only other real major design change is in the "Motor City" alternate. So, here they are. The Primary Logo: The Secondary Logo: Home Jersey: Road Jersey: Alternate Jersey: C & C appreciated!
  6. Looking through my files from the past year I've noticed I created a good portion of concepts in the last 365 days. The other thing I've noticed is that the quality looks much better than previous years. So I thought I'd give CCSLC a look at what I've done over the past year. Most you've seen, but there are some that didn't fit with "sports logos" that I didn't post. We'll start off with the NBA concepts: Minnesota: Detroit: Chicago:
  7. With rumors that the Detroit Pistons might go to a logo that is very similar to their primary that was used from 1979 to 1996, I decided to remake the entire league in this fashion. There have been a lot of rules applied to NBA teams and their primary logos that, I think, eliminates a lot of creativity. So here is my "templated" NBA using each team's first two primary colors. Although, in the end, I found that one or two teams actually do look better with this generic basketball (anything would improve the Thunder).
  8. With the recent news that the Pistons may be creating a new logo for the 2016-17 season, I decided to form a new logo from a concept I found. All credit goes to Michael Weinstein's original design and concept @ http://www.michael-weinstein.com/nba-logo-redesigns-detroit-pistons/ Terrance Kelly
  9. With the "announcement" of new primary logos for the Jazz, Kings, and Pistons, what does everyone hope to see? I think that the Jazz may just do something simple and make one of their secondary logos the new primary, but as for the other 2, I have no idea. The pistons will go back into their history in some way I am sure but the Kings could just go wild (and I hope they do).
  10. The city of Detroit in in the process of re-building. They are attracting a youthful and creative crowd (the makers). I think the Pistons should use this re-building as an opportunity to re-imagine their brand. Take some of the old identity, some of the old Detroit, a portion of auto-mania, and mix vigorously. I am putting together a logo set that will incorporate these thoughts, inspired by the art, culture, attitude, and industry of Detroit. So far I'm in the beginning stages, but here is a taste: Let me know what you think about the direction. Also, horse or pegasus?
  11. Poor Andre, nobody pays attention to him, and someone found that out by noticing they spelled his name wrong, or is Mr. Drummund a new addition to the team, or will we ever know
  12. Here's a concept I've been working on. The old Detroit Shock D-secondary was a pretty nice logo, I had to bring in a re-worked version here. I'm using a wheel/tire with a basketball hubcap as the working element here. Not 100% sure how well that speaks to the Pistons brand. Still auto-related. Their current typeface is nice and works for their image, I just think their current brand is not utilizing it to its fullest potential, such a bland identity for them currently. I don't know about the 'i' and S connecting..the 'i' starts looking like an 'L'. Tried to find a halfway point between their original/current identity and the crazy horsepower years. Part 2: