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St John's Ice Caps reveal name we knew, logo we didn't


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I will bet $25Million City Of Glendale Internet FunBuxxx that the team mascot is a vaginal-looking mountain named Cappy.

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I think I stole something like it from Admiral. Give him the kudos. I just massaged it into place with the dexterity of a locally-owned Vietnamese escort.

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It's a very obscure looking mountain.

In the article on the AHL's website, it says the ice on the mountains is actually a map of Newfoundland and Labrador. Interesting tie-in, and very good use of the negative space of the logo.

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It looks ok. Losing the gradient and fixing the perspective of the wordmark would improve it. The only thing that's above average is the font used in the wordmark (its previously mentioned flaws not withstanding).

The big plus? No maple leaf. So that should make a lot of people happy :D

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It looks ok. Losing the gradient and fixing the perspective of the wordmark would improve it. The only thing that's above average is the font used in the wordmark (its previously mentioned flaws not withstanding).

The big plus? No maple leaf. So that should make a lot of people happy :D

The gradient is really just the background of whomever uploaded that version of the logo. It's not actually part of the logo.

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I was thinking "What a weird mountain, especially in a logo. There must be more to ... OH. THERE IT IS."

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That's not how they lie in relation to each other, of course, but it's obvious that those shapes are what they were going for.

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