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Cleaned up Vikings script


josdin00

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I submitted this to the main page, but I'm impatient, so I wanted to get this out. The script logo that the main page has for the Minnesota Vikings looks squished compared to what they actually use. Below is a link for a large un-squished version of that script. Beware, the image is large. I've noticed some Viking sigs on these forums that use the squished version, and I thought those folks might want this image available to them.

I'm sorry if this is not the place to post this, but given the forum discriptions, this seemed the most appropriate place.

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Well, I'm 36... So, to me... the font in this topic is how I remember the Vikings. There was a day back at old Metropolitan Stadium where Ahmad Rashad caught a Tommy Kramer "Hial Mary" Pass for a TD. I remember the "V" at midfield. It was possibly 1980.

But, the early Super Bowl (VIII) had the Stencil. Did they always have two?

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Well, I'm 36... So, to me... the font in this topic is how I remember the Vikings. There was a day back at old Metropolitan Stadium where Ahmad Rashad caught a Tommy Kramer "Hial Mary" Pass for a TD. I remember the "V" at midfield. It was possibly 1980.

But, the early Super Bowl (VIII) had the Stencil. Did they always have two?

And I'm 50, and have been a Vikings fan since the early 1960s. And you're right, that V at the 50-yard line was there at the Met for a long, long time.

The Vikingish wordmark that replaced the stencil wordmark has actually been around for a while, but hasn't been used much until recently. To me, it's a vast improvement over the stencil wordmark, which never really said Vikings in the first place.

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