Check out this new branding and let me know your thoughts:
That triangle on sides doesnt fit, claws - great, but need another small n' catchy element, as I mentioned those trianglies does not help.
i like the white and black unis but the red and purple (oh my god the purple) are terrible. nice clean design, though.
the fitted is definitely dope, you selling them?
i do like the idea of a purple alternate though.
I like the jerseys well enough but as someone said the triangle on the side is a little off, not sure why but it doesn't fit and it stands out.
The T hat looks awesome and could realistically see that being the one thing from the mockup that's actually used by the Raptors but my main gripe with these rebranding things is that I honestly think our Claw logo is one of, if not the, best logo in the league. If we can just use the claw for all our logos I would be very happy.
As for the jerseys, I would prefer to keep a 'Canadian red' version as the 3rd jersey (if at all), going with primarily black & white for home/away jerseys. I actually don't mind purple, if done right, either to be incorporated into the standard jerseys (ie: limited use as secondary accent color), or on the team's 3rd/alternate jersey. The primary jerseys are still a little too plain for my liking, but I really like this direction!
Last edited by CalgaryRapsFan; Fri Sep 13th, 2013 at 12:28 PM.
Are these actually coming from MLSE, or is this just another Fan Mockup?
As many have stated, the 'Slashed T' logo is off-the-chain cool.
The purple jersey would be a nice wink back to the old days, but even the old jerseys weren't THAT purple.. y'know? Lol
I'd like to see the pin stripes brought back for the alternate as well.
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The white stripe "T" looks like 6 rails of cocaine.
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the best part is 'copyright' when youre using all these product images and stock photos from other sources, lol
I would love to see some aspects of your designs incorporated into the new branding. I really like the three slashes on the jerseys. It adds something different. I too find the plain colour blocked jerseys now a little plain. It look s cool, but I'm not a big fan of the triangle logo. To me, it looks too hockey. Thats just me, though. Awesome work!!!!
I need me a new black fitted as well, would love one of those!
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Last edited by Joey; Sun Sep 15th, 2013 at 08:47 PM.
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