Trevor Tierney Redesigns The NFC

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Last weekend, we took a look at reader (and Jaguars redesign contest winner) Trevor Tierney’s AFC concepts, and today we’ll finish out his redesigns with a look at the NFC.

As I mentioned last weekend, I’m loathe to ever critique designs (especially since I can’t do . . . → Read More: Trevor Tierney Redesigns The NFC

Trevor Tierney Redesigns The AFC

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A short while ago, I was contacted by Trevor Tierney, a designer who has reimagined all 32 NFL teams. If that name sounds slightly familiar to you, well, it’s because he was selected by Paul as the “Best Overall Design” winner in Paul’s ESPN contest to redesign . . . → Read More: Trevor Tierney Redesigns The AFC

Meet Matt Harvey - Designer and Griffins Jersey Contest Winner

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Back in August, I proudly hosted the third annual Grand Rapids Griffins (an AHL affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings) jersey design contest, and reader Matt Harvey (no, not that Matt Harvey) had the winning jersey design, as voted by you, the Uni Watch reader. It turns . . . → Read More: Meet Matt Harvey – Designer and Griffins Jersey Contest Winner

Meet Rick Bakas, Former Nike Designer

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Rick Bakas, a graphic designer and creative director who spent eight years working for Nike early in his career. We hope that today’s entry, which will serve as an introduction of sorts, will be the first of many contributions from him. Enjoy. — PL]

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