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World Cup Off to a Uni-Riffic Start

That sound you heard in the background yesterday was about half of the civilized world noticing that Saudi Arabia player Salem Al-Dawsari was playing with an upside-down “8” in Saudis’ World Cup opening-round match against Russia. (Rumors that the first person to notice was Uni Watch reader Jason Hillyer’s son, Jameson, who noticed the . . . → Read More: World Cup Off to a Uni-Riffic Start

Steelers Unveil 1978 Throwbacks

The Steelers unveiled their new throwback yesterday. As had been expected, it’s a late-1970s design, which means that only changes are the block typography and the removal of the logo patch on the chest. Everything else is the same as their current primary look. I had my say in this ESPN piece, which was . . . → Read More: Steelers Unveil 1978 Throwbacks

The Titans Unveil Their New Uniform Set

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The Titans revealed their new uniform set last night. I gave my assessment of the new look in this ESPN piece, which was published last night. (In retrospect, I wish I’d made the overall grade B-, not B, but that’s what happens when you have to write . . . → Read More: The Titans Unveil Their New Uniform Set

A New (to me) Form of NOB Arching

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When it comes to arched NOBs, there’s radial arching and vertical arching — and then there’s the style shown above. It’s sort of like vertical arching, because the letters aren’t fanned out, but it isn’t true vertical arching, because the letterforms aren’t customized based on their position. . . . → Read More: A New (to me) Form of NOB Arching