Uniform Summit, Cream City Edition

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Geezer British Oldies Act Pretends to Know Something About American Sports Uniforms

Interesting mix of sports design and music design yesterday, as the Rolling Stones announced a 15-city North American tour and promoted it by adapting their familiar lips-and-tongue logo to include stripe patterns and other imagery from the teams whose stadiums they’ll be playing in.

My favorite version by far is the one for the . . . → Read More: Geezer British Oldies Act Pretends to Know Something About American Sports Uniforms

A Big Day for Cleveland

Okay, so we all know what the big news is for today: The Browns will be releasing their new logo(s). Multiple sources have reported that showtime will be at 10am Eastern.

Once the unveiling takes place, I’ll add the logo(s) to the top of the page here. Then I’m going to interview Browns . . . → Read More: A Big Day for Cleveland

A Newly Discovered Quirk in Twins Design History

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from uniform designer/historian Todd Radom, who’s discovered a heretofore undocumented chapter in MLB logo history. — PL]

By Todd Radom

I recently acquired a rare copy of the 1987 Major League Baseball Style Guide. It was a fun . . . → Read More: A Newly Discovered Quirk in Twins Design History