Somehow, that pancake-faced obesity stamp lasted until 1960, at which point the logo received yet another redesign that transformed it into a wide-eyed terror mask a hair’s breadth from exploding into a blind psychotic rage.
The blue is back in the Toronto Blue Jays. The Blue Jays unveiled their new logo and uniforms on Friday going back to the original logo the team was founded on in 1977.
“Updating our original logo, the strong affinity to go back to ‘Blue’ and returning the red Maple Leaf to the primary mark recognizes the classic look of which we feel baseball logos and uniforms should consist.” — Blue Jays President, Paul Beeston
Via the Notre Dame Equipment twitter feed a photo of the helmet Notre Dame will wear for their “Shamrock Series Game” versus Maryland this weekend. Yikes! It’s safe to say that if Rudy Ruettiger had to wear this shamrock design he would’ve opted for another school. Okay maybe not, but it’s still pretty cheesy. Pro tip, Notre Dame: Stick with the solid gold helmet.
Nike in collaboration with LeBron James has developed an off-court clothing line featuring a very royal looking lion logo designed to pay homage to LeBron’s “heart of a lion.”
“Game after game. LeBron James’ heart stays strong. The two-time NBA MVP has seen his fair share of battles. He’s done his time on the hardwood. In the gym. And around the neighborhood. With every victory the beast within grows stronger. More determined. Fearless. Always on.”
The Winnipeg Jets just dropped their new logo. At first glance, we dig.
The design for the new logo, which was developed in partnership with Reebok and the NHL, was inspired by the logo of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
The logo for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero was released on New Year’s Eve with a little bit of controversy. Shortly after the logos unveil it was noted that the Rio logo slightly resembles the logo of The Telluride Foundation, a Colorado charity chaired by Norman Schwarzkopf. What’s everyone think?