Thursday, 31 December 2015
Here is some of my most recent work for Miami United FC. I create a lot of graphic material for their social media outlets, as well as for their website and even some print material. I also got to design the club's 2015 home and away jerseys. I did NOT create this club's logo.
Durham FC got themselves a NPSL team, named Tobacco Road FC. I think the name is awesome, so I HAD to take a crack at designing a logo. As of right now their colours seem to be just black and white, so I went with that in mind and added a golden brown (dried tobacco leaves) accent colour just for fun. Number 1 is my top choice.
Wednesday, 8 April 2015
Saturday, 21 February 2015
Monday, 16 February 2015
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Tuesday, 2 September 2014
New England Revolution Rebranded: Circle logo emulates the circle of stars seen in the 13 colonies flag. The logo includes New England’s flag. The secondary jersey uses the red cross of the “Bunker Hill” flag.
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Here is my attempt to rebrand the Arizona Cardinals. Streamlined the jerseys by making them simpler and bolder.I also added wings to the helmets (Halfway between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Montreal Alouettes old helmets). I also updated the old St Louis Cardinals logo.
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Australia's A-League could use some more teams. Here are my logo concepts. I also provided what I think the jerseys would look like by utilizing the beautiful work of Nike's world cup jerseys and then edited them in Photoshop. This is an ongoing project, so check back often, as I will make one pretty much each day.
"By light of day and dark of night, South Sydney will play and win the fight."
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Heard there was a new USL PRO soccer team coming to Saint Louis (St. Louis USL PRO) . Here is my Major League Soccer (MLS) version. Olympic Saint Louis: name is based on the fact that the Olympics were first played outside of Europe in a majority English speaking country for the first time in St. Louis in 1904. 5 pinstripes represent the 5 Olympic circles. Fleur De Lis is from the St. Louis city flag, and of course the iconic archway defines the crest's shape.