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The following are simpler representations of the designs used by popular American sporting organizations. They will please you. Good day.
Have you ever looked at your favorite NBA team’s logo and thought, “Hmm, why isn’t this more cartoonish?” No? Well, too bad — Imgur user “musclesmicah” has gone and jumped the Gyarados and redesigned 32 NBA logos — new and old — as if they were, um, Pokémon teams. (We love these, by the way.) Catch ‘em all, again, inside…
In the spirit of the American Football World Cup 2014, we toast our bitter beers to the lads over at footballasfootball.com, who have unveiled a new round of redesigned badges. Bravo!
Angular! Stingy! Where does the new Hornet rank among the NBA’s (admittedly very lame) pantheon of logos?
See what we did there? (Minimalist titles generally AREN’T sufficient, however.) Seriously though, we didn’t notice how busy most NHL logos were until Canadian graphic design artist S. Preston went and toned them down. Who did the NHL hire to make some of these things? Mr. Magorium? A toddler on acid? Slideshow of some nifty artwork after the jump…
We put together the sweetest “old school” NBA logos we could find, for your viewing pleasure. In this instance, “old school” means anything that isn’t used currently (with one exception), and sweetest means dopest, or trillest, or whatever the kids are saying these days to define “cool.”