Illustrator Rob Generette III, aka Rob Zilla, created digital artwork for a fan appreciation event for the Golden State Warriors. Discover his process and advice for going from print to digital illustration.
The NBA’s Atlanta Hawks have shown adept nimbleness in their social media strategy better than most in professional sports.
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.
Nike's creative team is often charged with a unique challenge: designing custom typefaces for sports teams.
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...
Designer Matthew Wolff began with a blank slate—a rarity in sports logo design—when creating the L.A. Major League Soccer team's new logo.
Max Vorlop, a Vans boardshort designer, explores the design style of surfing culture via patterns on boardshorts.
Amidst a sea of college football bowls awash in corporate-led identities, last year’s introduction of the College Football Playoff not only provided a fresh design perspective for the sport, but also for the bowl season’s graphics.
With October comes design opportunity, the chance to further a brand through typography. Explore the typeface of the Toronto Blue Jays.
The MLS logo design is a global design for a global game.