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NFL Style Guides


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Alright, everyone has been wondering where they are and what I've been doing. I thought I'd throw out this preview to my NFL Style Guides. Due to copywright issues, I cannot release the vector format files of them. I'll release standard size issue .gif's and larger issue .jpg's.

Here's a sample of what is to come!

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Cool work.

Any chance you'll add the official Process Color (PANTONE, PMS, or what ever) values in there as well, or are there copyright issues with that as well?

I cannot release that information either. Again, yes, it pertains to copywright issues.

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Looks awesome! One minor problem, though...

The B and the R in the sleeve shield are the old style...notice the wings coming out from the top left side of each letter. The current sheild, while retaining the same overall design, uses a B similar to the one on the pants and an R of the same style as well. Plus the wordmark "RAVENS" at the top is changed just a tiny bit.

Just letting you know. Other than that, these are great.

EDIT: Here's a pic.

113865-x.jpg

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Looks awesome! One minor problem, though...

The B and the R in the sleeve shield are the old style...notice the wings coming out from the top left side of each letter. The current sheild, while retaining the same overall design, uses a B similar to the one on the pants and an R of the same style as well. Plus the wordmark "RAVENS" at the top is changed just a tiny bit.

Just letting you know. Other than that, these are great.

EDIT: Here's a pic.

113865-x.jpg

Oh fun, yet another logo I have to do. Oh well, I like doing it. I'll have that corrected in the final ones.

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