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After years of nostalgia, seasons of games and thousands of fans, graphic designers recapture the allure of the simplistic by creating stadium blueprints as art.
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Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo...
From Banana Slugs to Shockers, let the oddity of these college sports logos & mascots commence.
To understand the Golden State Warriors logo—the Warriors Royal Blue and California Golden Yellow roundel featuring the Bay Bridge’s new East Span—a history lesson helps.