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Canucks Bringing Back the Flying Skate Uniforms in 2020

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2 hours ago, BringBackTheVet said:

An actual real penguin that can wear skates and hold a hockey stick isn't a thing.  My point was that one is a cartoony mascot, while one is a representation of a real thing.

 

Like anyone would ever skate in that outfit... ?

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Since the current striping and colour scheme are pretty much perfect right now, there's really only two options for the Canucks.

 

1. Modern Stick and Rink

2. Johnny Canuck V logo

 

Here is a concept I made trying to incorporate full-bodied Johnny onto the current template.  The overly detailed logo simply doesn't fit with the minimalist striping.  They need something simple and bold to establish a cohesive brand.

 

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7 minutes ago, Morgo said:

Since the current striping and colour scheme are pretty much perfect right now, there's really only two options for the Canucks.

 

1. Modern Stick and Rink

2. Johnny Canuck V logo

 

Here is a concept I made trying to incorporate full-bodied Johnny onto the current template.  The overly detailed logo simply doesn't fit with the minimalist striping.  They need something simple and bold to establish a cohesive brand.

 

5GbQ0W0.jpg

 

It definitely gets lost on the blue one, but I’m not sure if there’s a good solution for it. I think an updated stick-in-rink or an updated version of the Millionaires’ V would be my preference to build on.

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