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2 hours ago, ~Bear said:

This is nightmare fuel:

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This one is weird but kinda cool in a vintage type of way. They could make a killing by bringing this back and selling fauxback shirts and jackets with embroidered patches and whatnot with this logo imo. I could see an entire direction built off this that would become "cool".

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1 minute ago, JESSEDIEBOLT said:

 

This one is weird but kinda cool in a vintage type of way. They could make a killing by bringing this back and selling fauxback shirts and jackets with embroidered patches and whatnot with this logo imo. I could see an entire direction built off this that would become "cool".

 

This is less about execution and more about a mangy logo that did exist, for quite some time actually. I do agree there is a smidgen of ugly cool here, but it is still butt ugly in its current form

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1 minute ago, Bruins said:

 

 

This is less about execution and more about a mangy logo that did exist, for quite some time actually. I do agree there is a smidgen of ugly cool here, but it is still butt ugly in its current form

 

It's ugly but as you said there's still the ugly cool factor. The buffaslug, for example, is ugly and un-cool.

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3 minutes ago, Bruins said:

 

 

This is less about execution and more about a mangy logo that did exist, for quite some time actually. I do agree there is a smidgen of ugly cool here, but it is still butt ugly in its current form

You do realise that, by commentating, you're influencing the results, right. 

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5 minutes ago, JESSEDIEBOLT said:

 

It's ugly but as you said there's still the ugly cool factor. The buffaslug, for example, is ugly and un-cool.

Plus, old logos have a bit of a pass because they are old, although this one looks like it's from the 20's.

 

This logo has no excuses. Two fonts, Four colors, sloppy, asymmetrical, and bleccchh 

 

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4 hours ago, Thomas said:

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I strongly disagree.

 

It's a non-traditional Edmonton Oilers logo, I understand that. But the McFarlane logo and uniforms I thought it was a phenomenal look. One of my favorite uniform sets from the early 2000s.

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My vote goes to the Bear head logo - it's absolutely horrid on almost every level. Sure there are other good examples of poor logos as shown so far, but at least a decent portion of them show some design sensibilities. I'd argue that this one does not.

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5 minutes ago, habsfan1 said:

 

I strongly disagree.

 

It's a non-traditional Edmonton Oilers logo, I understand that. But the McFarlane logo and uniforms I thought it was a phenomenal look. One of my favorite uniform sets from the early 2000s.

 

i would actually really like it if it used the current color scheme 

 

6 minutes ago, Bayne said:

My vote goes to the Bear head logo - it's absolutely horrid on almost every level. Sure there are other good examples of poor logos as shown so far, but at least a decent portion of them show some design sensibilities. I'd argue that this one does not.

 

Like the original post with that logo so i can count your vote

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5 hours ago, Bruins said:

 

Plus, old logos have a bit of a pass because they are old, although this one looks like it's from the 20's.

 

This logo has no excuses. Two fonts, Four colors, sloppy, asymmetrical, and bleccchh 

 

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Never paid that much attention to this particular Lightning logo... That's bugging the crap out of me now. 

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