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Designer Directory for Logos and Uniforms

Jan 21st, 2014
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  1. NHL
  2. Chicago Blackhawks (1955-1956) - (1963-1964)
  3. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/237/Chicago_Blackhawks/1956/Alternate_Logo
  4. Logo Designed By: Dorothy L. Ivan (Wife of Chicago Blackhawks vice president and former general manager, Thomas N. Ivan)
  5. Source: Chicago Tribune, December 23rd 1990
  6. Additional Notes:
  7. -''Her husband coached the Detroit Red Wings in the early 1950s and then came to Chicago, where he became general manager of the Blackhawks. After he arrived here, the team decided to redesign the players` uniforms. The club`s symbol had been a small Indian head inside a circle. She designed the large head now used and added the two-tomahawk shoulder patches now worn by team members. It is believed the Blackhawks were, as a result, the first first professional hockey players to wear shoulder insignias. ``She was very artistic,`` her husband said.'' (Chicago Tribune, December 23rd 1990)
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  9. Philadelphia Flyers (1967-1968) - (2013-2014)
  10. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/161/Philadelphia_Flyers/1968/Primary_Logo
  11. Logo Designed By: Sam Ciccone (Mel Richman Inc.)
  12. Source: Net Impact Philly (Comcast Sports Network Philadelphia), May 23rd 2011
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  14. Pittsburgh Penguins (1967-1968) (1968-1969) - (1970-1971) and (1971-1972) - (1991-1992)
  15. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/269/Pittsburgh_Penguins/1968/Primary_Logo
  16. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/268/Pittsburgh_Penguins/1969/Primary_Logo
  17. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/36ai6de8ef0svi6hiugcgpwjl/Pittsburgh_Penguins/1972/Primary_Logo
  18. Logos Designed By: Bob Gessner
  19. Source: http://triblive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/sports/penguins/s_701265.html#axzz2rGLVhjQx, September 25th 2010
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  21. Vancouver Canucks (1970-1971) - (1977-1978)
  22. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/283/Vancouver_Canucks/1971/Primary_Logo
  23. Logo Designed By: Joe Borovich (Graphic Artist in Vancouver)
  24. Source: Vancouver Sun, September 30th 2009
  25. Additional Notes:
  26. -''Borovich was paid $5,000 for his original design, which was also used on the team's tickets. But the Canucks also asked him to get involved with producing the team's uniforms and he figures in total he made $15,000.'' (Vancouver Sun, September 30th 2009)
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  28. Atlanta Flames (1972-1973) - (1979-1980)
  29. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/4gfym21lgjgu2le5fiwxpfv8j/Atlanta_Flames/1973/Primary_Logo
  30. Logo Designed By: McDonald and Little
  31. Source: Atlanta Hawks PR, January 27th 2014
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  33. New York Islanders (1972-1973) - (1994-1995), (1997-1998) - (2013-2014)
  34. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/259/New_York_Islanders/1973/Primary_Logo
  35. Logo Designed By: John Alogna
  36. Source: http://www.islesblogger.com/2008/09/07/350/the-islanders-logo-a-brief-history-lesson, September 7th 2008
  37. Additional Notes:
  38. -''(Ray) Boe’s wife Deon designed the Nets’ first uniforms, and she attempted to design the Islanders in green and black. That was quickly tossed by the politicians on Long Island who saw Nassau County’s colors of Orange and Blue much more appropriate. Given only three days, an advertising executive named John Alogna from East Meadow created the Islanders logo with the NY over a silhouette of Long Island.'' (IslesBlogger, September 7th 2008)
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  40. Vancouver Canucks (1978-1979) - (1996-1997)
  41. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/pbfcxevfo5kcth3w6pvik5yg8/Vancouver_Canucks/1979/Primary_Logo
  42. Logo Designed By: Mike Bull (San Francisco Based Illustrator)
  43. Source: http://toddradom.com/sports-logo-case-study-4-1978-vancouver-canucks/
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  45. Hartford Whalers (1979-1980) - (1991-1992)
  46. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/9zt534ipbfprlfs2vsqfugw41/Hartford_Whalers/1980/Primary_Logo
  47. Logo Designed By: Peter Good (Cummings & Good)
  48. Source: WhalersMania and http://www.cummings-good.com/identities_hartfordwhalers.html
  49.  
  50. San Jose Sharks (1991-1992) - (2006-2007)
  51. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/181/San_Jose_Sharks/1992/Primary_Logo
  52. Logo Designed By: Terry Smith of Sunnyvale Calif (Terry Smith Creations) and Mike Blake of Lafayette Calif
  53. Source: Lodi News-Sentinel, February 13th 1991
  54. Additional Notes:
  55. -''Smith designed the crest and fin, while the type-face applications were developed by Blake'' (Lodi News Sentinel, Feb 13th 1991)
  56.  
  57. Ottawa Senators (1992-1993) - (1996-1997)
  58. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/6559/Ottawa_Senators/1993/Primary_Logo
  59. Logo Designed By: Anthony Milchard (Milchard Design, Inc)
  60. Source: Ottawa Citizen, May 24th 1993
  61.  
  62. Pittsburgh Penguins (1992-1993) - (2001-2002)
  63. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/3102/Pittsburgh_Penguins/1993/Primary_Logo
  64. Logo Designed By: Vance Wright Adams & Associates
  65. Source: http://www.vwadesign.com, January 21st 2013
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  67. Anaheim Mighty Ducks (1993-1994) - (2005-2006)
  68. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1/Mighty_Ducks_of_Anaheim/1994/Primary_Logo
  69. Logo Designed By: Tony Cirpriano (Walt Disney Animation Department Artist, Florida) and Fred Tio (Disney Creative Print Services)
  70. Source: Los Angeles Times, June 8th 1993
  71. Additional Notes:
  72. -Between 500-700 ideas/logos were submitted by Disney employees after Anaheim was awarded an NHL franchise in December 1992 (LA Times, Jun 8th 1993)
  73. -''Duck General Manager Jack Ferreira said the original color scheme was purple and gold, "but that looked like an Easter egg, so we eliminated the gold and replaced it with silver. We wanted something totally different, totally unconventional." (LA Times, Jun 8th 1993)
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  75. Florida Panthers (1993-1994) - (2013-2014)
  76. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/7izs3ydvvnkji60gmggzgkufj/Florida_Panthers/1994/Primary_Logo
  77. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards Design Inc
  78. Source: Sun-Sentinel, June 11th 1993
  79. Additional Notes:
  80. -Sean Michael Edwards Design Inc also designed the clubs Uniforms and Shoulder Patch (Sun Sentinel, Jun 11th 1993)
  81. -''Panthers owner Wayne Huizenga had a choice of two color concepts, according to O`Hara.''
  82. "One was like a Charlotte Hornets-type color; a teal, purple and gold combination," O`Hara said. "I thought he would go with that, but at five of 12 Wayne called and said to go with the red, gold and navy. I don`t think they (the Panthers) wanted to go with the teal. I don`t think they wanted another tropical color."
  83. (Source: Sun Sentinel, June 11th 1993)
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  85. St. Louis Blues (1995) - (1997-1998)
  86. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/63ptd41w7fxfrxnf66fqdgmuo/St._Louis_Blues/1996/Home_Uniform
  87. Uniforms Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards Design
  88. Source: St. Louis Post Dispatch, June 24th 1994
  89.  
  90. Washington Capitals (1995-1996) - (2006/2007)
  91. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/214/Washington_Capitals/1996/Primary_Logo
  92. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/paefgo9d0nm54u2nlzts/Washington_Capitals/2003/Primary_Logo
  93. Logos Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards Design
  94. Source: Sports Business Daily, June 23rd 1995
  95.  
  96. New York Islanders (1995-1996) - (1996-1997)
  97. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/890/New_York_Islanders/1996/Primary_Logo
  98. Logo and Uniforms Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards Design
  99. Sources: Newsday and Sports Business Daily, June 23rd 1995
  100. Additional Notes:
  101. The Islanders began working with designer Ed O'Hara (of Sean Michael Edwards Design) 18 months prior to unveiling their new look (Newsday, June 23rd 1995)
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  103. Colorado Avalanche (1995-1996) - (2013-2014)
  104. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1oivfh6muycjtg05q3e4e67j4/Colorado_Avalanche/1996/Primary_Logo
  105. Logo and Colors Designed By: Partnership between NHL Creative Designer David Haney, COMSAT Creative Director Dan Price, COMSAT Senior Art Director Michael Beindorff and COMSAT Art Director Rick Pillmon
  106. Sources: Sports Business Daily and Denver Post, August 11th 1995
  107. Additional Notes:
  108. -''While we're on the subject of logo development, Denver Post beat writer Adrian Dater posted a podcast he did with Dan Price, the creative director for the Colorado Avalanche in 1995 when the team moved from Quebec. He was responsible for the logo, but credits Michael Beindorff with actually designing it.'' (Icethetics, February 22nd 2006)
  109. -''The logo, which will have four different variations, went through 30 to 40 different designs before director of creative services Dan Price settled on the final rendition'' (Denver Post, August 11th 1995)
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  111. Los Angeles Kings (1995-1996)
  112. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/o6qyjofnhqsmxdrs96f9uxceg/Los_Angeles_Kings/1996/Alternate_Logo
  113. Logo Designed By: The Mednick Group
  114. Source: TheRoyalHalf.com (''Rise Of The Burger King''), January 27th 2011
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  116. Buffalo Sabres (1996-1997) - (2005-2006)
  117. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/28/Buffalo_Sabres/1997/Primary_Logo
  118. Logo and Uniforms Designed by: the Burlington, VT, firm of Jage DiPaolo Kemp Design
  119. Source: Sports Business Daily, April 11th 1996
  120. Additional Notes:
  121. -''Sabres President & CEO Doug Moss said the team considered other color
  122. schemes including navy, but "opted for a more pronounced black base ''Moss: We were afraid navy would be too close to the Buffalo Bills and we didn't want to look like we were copying the Bills" (Buffalo Business First, April 15th issue)
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  124. Phoenix Coyotes (1996-1997) - (2002-2003)
  125. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/nlray22u33hhmvm2oyfg/Phoenix_Coyotes/1997/Primary_Logo
  126. Logo Designed by: NHL creative designer David Haney and the Phoenix-based design firm of Campbell Fisher Ditko
  127. Source: Sports Business Daily, April 9th 1996
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  129. Vancouver Canucks (1997-1998) - (2013-2014)
  130. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/208/Vancouver_Canucks/1998/Primary_Logo
  131. Logo Designed By: Orca Bay Creative Director David Youngson and White Rock Artist Brent Lynch
  132. Source: The Province, June 4th 1997
  133.  
  134. Los Angeles Kings (1998-1999) - (2013-2014)
  135. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/106/Los_Angeles_Kings/1999/Primary_Logo (retired after 2010-2011)
  136. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1494341999/Los_Angeles_Kings/1999/Secondary_Logo
  137. Logos and Uniforms (1998-1999) - (2006-2007) Designed By: SME Design
  138. Source: Sports Business Daily, June 22nd 1998
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  140. Minnesota Wild (2000-2001) - (2013-2014)
  141. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/0kcehji928suy4ckk1pdo8s7l/Minnesota_Wild/2001/Primary_Logo
  142. Logo Designed By: SME Design
  143. Source: Wild.NHL.com, February 16th 2011
  144.  
  145. Columbus Blue Jackets (2003-2004) - (2013-2014)
  146. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/jhepegs329pc7ugyypebl28wg/Columbus_Blue_Jackets/2008/Primary_Logo
  147. Logo Designed by: SME Design/NHL/Blue Jackets
  148. Source: Sports Business Daily, October 15th 2003
  149.  
  150. Phoenix Coyotes (2003-2004) - (2013-2014)
  151. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/8lqmtthh0w2wgumr6goswqmki/Phoenix_Coyotes/2004/Primary_Logo
  152. Logo Designed By: Adrenalin Design Group
  153. Source: Sports Business Daily, September 4th 2003
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  155. Anaheim Ducks (2006-2007) - (2013-2014)
  156. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/fbh4jfr7lwbpuezjx0xbktfmo/Anaheim_Ducks/2007/Primary_Logo
  157. Logo Designed By: Frederick & Froberg
  158. Source: O.C Register, June 23rd 2006
  159. Additional Notes: ''"I showed about 60 digital illustrations: iconic ducks, strong ducks, animated ducks, duck faces, full-body ducks, ducks with pucks, ducks with sticks, ducks in letters and then a duck foot as a `D,' " said Bill Frederick, the managing director and brand development director for the Montclair, N.J.-based Frederick & Froberg Design Office. ''The Samuelis really responded to the black and gold, and when they saw the foot in the `D,' I knew to run with it." (O.C Register, June 23rd 2006)
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  161. Buffalo Sabres (2006-2007) - (2009-2010)
  162. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/6elec248g0248fybjjx0/Buffalo_Sabres/2007/Primary_Logo
  163. Logo Designed By: Kristopher Bazen (Reebok)
  164. Source: Yahoo Sports, March 13th 2012
  165.  
  166. Washington Capitals (2007-2008) - (2013-2014)
  167. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/llrs2zxi127vkqgcsvfb/Washington_Capitals/2008/Primary_Logo
  168. Logo Designed By: Reebok/Capitals
  169. Source: Washington Post, June 22nd 2007
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  171. Ottawa Senators (2007-2008) - (2013-2014)
  172. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/2bkf2l3xyxi5p0cavbj8/Ottawa_Senators/2008/Primary_Logo
  173. Logo Designed By: Acart Communications
  174. Source: Senators.nhl.com, August 22nd 2007
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  176. San Jose Sharks (2007-2008) - 2013-2014)
  177. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/dmo1xf3z4pph27vmg3gf/San_Jose_Sharks/2008/Primary_Logo
  178. Logo Designed By: Terry Smith (Terry Smith Creations)
  179.  
  180. Tampa Bay Lightning (2007-2008) - (2010-2011)
  181. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/2uir3bokojm47gzgsigrgrje7/Tampa_Bay_Lightning/2008/Primary_Logo
  182. Logo Designed By: Reebok
  183. Source: Lightning.nhl.com, August 25th 2007
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  185. Tampa Bay Lightning (2011-2012) - (2013-2014)
  186. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/97hhvk8e5if0riesnex30etgz/Tampa_Bay_Lightning/2012/Primary_Logo
  187. Logo Designed By: SME Design/Tampa Bay Lightning
  188. source: Lightning.nhl.com, January 31st 2011
  189.  
  190. Winnipeg Jets (2011-2012) - (2013-2014)
  191. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/z9qyy9xqoxfjn0njxgzoy2rwk/Winnipeg_Jets/2012/Primary_Logo
  192. Logo Designed By: Reebok/NHL
  193. Source: Jets.nhl.com, July 22nd 2011
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  195. Dallas Stars (2013-2014)
  196. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1079172014/Dallas_Stars/2014/Primary_Logo
  197. Logo Designed By: Reebok/Dallas Stars
  198. Source: Stars.nhl.com, June 4th 2013
  199.  
  200. NBA
  201. Boston Celtics (1950-1951) - (1959-1960)
  202. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5863/Boston_Celtics/1951/Primary_Logo
  203. Logo Designed By: Zang Auerbach
  204. Source: http://www.nba.com/celtics/history/Logo.html
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  206. Seattle Supersonics (1967-1968) - (1969-1970)
  207. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ztmj6x7hdosw8gu49wa64doag/Seattle_Supersonics/1968/Primary_Logo
  208. Logo Designed By: David Stern Advertising Agency
  209. Source: http://mediacentral.nba.com/media/mediacentral/mg0304_sea_10.pdf
  210.  
  211. Phoenix Suns (1968-1969) - (1991-1992)
  212. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5328/Phoenix_Suns/1969/Primary_Logo
  213. Logo Designed By: Stan Fabe, Tuscon Arizona
  214. Source: Associated Press, May 30th 1992
  215. Additional Notes:
  216. -''The Suns originally paid an artist $5,000 to create their first logo back in 1968. But team officials not like it. Instead, they charged Stan Fabe, a Tuscon residen who operated a commercial printing plant, with the task. For only $200, Fabe designed the Suns' famous sunburst logo'' (Phoenix Suns, by Andres Ybarra, 2012)
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  218. Chicago Bulls (1966-1967) - (2013-2014)
  219. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/hj3gmh82w9hffmeh3fjm5h874/Chicago_Bulls/1967/Primary_Logo
  220. Logo Designed By: Dean Wessel (Hirschmann-Wessel Design)
  221. Source: Chicago Tribune, August 24th 2004
  222. Additional Notes:
  223. -''As the story goes, in the 1960s Mr. Wessel agreed as a favor to Dick Klein, a fellow Little League coach, to design a logo for the fledging basketball team Klein had just founded and named the Chicago Bulls. Mr. Wessel sketched the logo, coloring its face red at Klein's request and then, also at his request, adding the same color to the tips of the bull's horn to represent blood.''
  224. ''In exchange, he received some free tickets to the teams' games.'' (Chicago Tribune, August 24th 2004)
  225.  
  226. Milwaukee Bucks (1968-1969) - (1992-1993)
  227. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5318/Milwaukee_Bucks/1969/Primary_Logo
  228. Logo Designed By: Matt Kastelic (Commercial Artist in Milwaukee)
  229. Source: http://www.nba.com/bucks/history/logo
  230.  
  231. Portland TrailBlazers (1970-1971) - (1989-1990)
  232. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/tqua25fagb2dggsfddbbiigh3/Portland_Trail_Blazers/1971/Primary_Logo
  233. Logo Designed By: Frank Glickman
  234. Source: http://www.ssur.org/history/PortlandTrailBlazersLogoHistory.htm
  235.  
  236. Atlanta Hawks (1972-1973) - (1994-1995)
  237. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/au67znem99jyg6d7esach62e4/Atlanta_Hawks/1973/Primary_Logo
  238. Logo Designed By: McDonald and Little
  239. Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution, July 7th 1972
  240.  
  241. Seattle Supersonics (1975-1976) - (1994-1995)
  242. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/cxe7hh6lwjtpdhcoyiuc064sp/Seattle_Supersonics/1976/Primary_Logo
  243. Logo Designed By: Dennis Strickland
  244. Source: http://mediacentral.nba.com/media/mediacentral/mg0304_sea_10.pdf and Seattle Times, November 14th 2012
  245. Additional Notes:
  246. -''After college he began teaching at the Art Institute of Seattle and had a successful career as a graphic designer. His notable work includes the original Seattle Supersonics logo(Ed Note: Error?), the original Seattle Sounders logo and his involvement in Nike's first successful advertising campaigns.'' (Seattle Times, November 14th 2012)
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  248. Dallas Mavericks (1980-1981) - (2000-2001)
  249. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/9bjmx5zlk506mle5slggyeepe/Dallas_Mavericks/1981/Primary_Logo
  250. Logo Designed By: Patrick B. Stark
  251. Source: ... Wikipedia (shudders)
  252.  
  253. Cleveland Cavaliers (1983-1984) - (1993-1994)
  254. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/qg1w8t0t6ol9f7sbhv4j3s0s1/Cleveland_Cavaliers/1984/Primary_Logo
  255. Logo and Uniforms Designed By: Marcus Advertising
  256. Source: Youngstown Vindicator, August 3rd 1983
  257.  
  258. Miami Heat (1988-1989) - (1998-1999)
  259. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5569/Miami_Heat/1989/Primary_Logo
  260. Logo Designed By: The Henderson Agency of Pembroke Lakes
  261. Source: Sun Sentinel, March 3rd 1988
  262. Additional Notes:
  263. -''The new logo, a blazing red basketball entering a hoop, was chosen from among 12 finalists in a field of 1,000 entries.''
  264.  
  265. Minnesota Timberwolves (1989-1990) - (1995-1996)
  266. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/pqln6egfczzzkgvyshwoi2ozu/Minnesota_Timberwolves/1990/Primary_Logo
  267. Logo Designed By: Mark Thompson (Logo Design Contest Winner)
  268. Source: Star Tribune, September 1987
  269. Additional Notes:
  270. -Thompson's logo was one of 2,600 entries that were received by the Timberwolves. The 33 year old Austin, Minn native received $2,500 for having his design chosen (Star Tribune, September 1987)
  271.  
  272. Orlando Magic (1989-1990) - (1999-2000)
  273. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/xbimzdw5yiu03525o34bvqg9g/Orlando_Magic/1990/Primary_Logo
  274. Logo Designed By: The Advertising Works Agency
  275. Source: The Orlando Sentinel, June 19th 1987
  276. Additional Notes:
  277. -''Doug Minear, president of the agency, created the logo after consulting with artists from Walt Disney World and culling through some 500 suggestions from around the country'' (Orlando Sentinel, June 19th 1987)
  278.  
  279. Indiana Pacers (1990-1991) - (1996-1997)
  280. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/hdruvoff1lmpx8be88n512jg9/Indiana_Pacers/1991/Home_Uniform
  281. Uniforms Designed By: Florence Griffith Joyner
  282. Source: USA Today, January 25th 1990
  283.  
  284. New Jersey Nets (1990-1991) - (1996-1997)
  285. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/2hh70mg3h40yl41tzfpn3gha2/New_Jersey_Nets/1991/Primary_Logo
  286. Logo Designed By: Mary Beth Barenborg (Apex One, South Plainfield N.J)
  287. Source: Baltimore Sun, October 28th 1990
  288. Additional Notes:
  289. -"When we first sat down to discuss the concept of the logo and uniforms, we wanted to introduce something more contemporary, versatile and concise in a visual sense," Barenborg said. "The design is such that if the word `Nets' or the ball were separated, they could stand on their own and still hold the identity of the team." (Baltimore Sun, October 28th 1990)
  290. -''Apex One took six to eight months and came back with a half-dozen designs. From there, the Nets made their choice'' (Baltimore Sun, October 28th 1990)
  291.  
  292. New York Knicks (1992-1993) - (2010-2011)
  293. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5cewvhuzbe6t8rqc1q3dmevoh/New_York_Knicks/1993/Primary_Logo
  294. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties (Michael Doret and Tom O'Grady)
  295. Source: PostingAndToasting (Behind The Knicks Logo with Michael Doret) and ESPNNewYork (Knicks logo visionary reflects, 20 years later), September 12th 2012
  296.  
  297. Phoenix Suns (1992-1993) - (1999-2000)
  298. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/5329/Phoenix_Suns/1993/Primary_Logo
  299. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties
  300. Source: Associated Press, May 30th 1992
  301.  
  302. Denver Nuggets (1993-1994) - (2002-2003)
  303. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/tht30q65rj1sca9rhsq5zfoih/Denver_Nuggets/1994/Primary_Logo
  304. Logo Designed By: Dan Price (Creative Director, Denver Nuggets)
  305. Source: Denver Post, May 22nd 1993
  306. Additional Notes:
  307. -''There were several reasons for the most recent change, including a request by the NBA for a more simple design using fewer colors. In addition, club president Tim Leiweke said the team wanted to make a break with difficulties of the immediate past'' (Denver Post, May 22nd 1993)
  308.  
  309. Milwaukee Bucks (1993-1994) - (2005-2006)
  310. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/800/Milwaukee_Bucks/1994/Primary_Logo
  311. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties
  312. Source: Milwaukee-Sentinel, May 24th 1993
  313.  
  314. Sacramento Kings (1994-1995) - (2013-2014)
  315. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/832/Sacramento_Kings/1995/Primary_Logo
  316. Logo Designed By: N/A
  317. Additional Details:
  318. -''Michael McCullough, the Kings ' vice president for marketing, said the team used its own consultants and league sources for the logo . About 40 versions, some featuring a king's face for use as a mascot, were proposed.'' (Sacramento Bee, May 23rd 1994)
  319.  
  320. Atlanta Hawks (1995-1996) - (2006-2007)
  321. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/kqhjtzl2ik3gnxsnwsn8yf002/Atlanta_Hawks/1996/Primary_Logo
  322. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards (NBA Properties)
  323. Source: Associated Press, June 24th 1995
  324. Additional Details:
  325. -"We tried to make it as animated and special as possible,'' said Tom O'Grady, the NBA's creative director. ``While the old logo had more of a corporate, classic feel, we believe the new logo has a very powerful and determined feel with a more focused look to it.'' (AP, June 24th 1995)
  326.  
  327. Houston Rockets (1995-1996) - (2002-2003)
  328. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/vr7yd7ghightk5f9g3jh5ltnc/Houston_Rockets/1996/Primary_Logo
  329. Logo Designed By: Thomas Nash (Fan Design Contest Winner)
  330. Source: Sports Business Daily, June 29th 1995
  331. Additional Details:
  332. -''Artist Thomas Nash, who came up with theconcept, won a $1,000 gift certificate and other prizes in the fan design contest'' (Houston Chronicle, June 29th 1995)
  333. -'' The new logo was the result of a "nearly two-year process that included evaluating about 5,000 designs and finding that focus groups just didn't like yellow"'' (USA Today, June 29th 1995)
  334.  
  335. Seattle Supersonics (1995-1996) - (2000-2001)
  336. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/g98gtsog4k7deexgpo81fi0vn/Seattle_Supersonics/1996/Primary_Logo
  337. Logo Designed by: Sean Michael Edwards (NBA Properties)
  338. Source: Seattle Times, July 6th 1995 and Copyright Encyclopedia
  339.  
  340. Toronto Raptors (1995-1996) - (2007-2008)
  341. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/kqmesaae0efg3atwugmeohxga/Toronto_Raptors/1996/Primary_Logo
  342. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards (NBA Properties)
  343. Source: NBA.com/Raptors_History.html and NY Times, January 22nd 1995
  344.  
  345. Vancouver Grizzlies (1995-1996) - (2000-2001)
  346. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/7hc558rh9vls8j6fam4hly46n/Vancouver_Grizzlies/1996/Primary_Logo
  347. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties
  348. Source: ipaustralia.com.au
  349.  
  350. Detroit Pistons (1996-1997) (2000-2001)
  351. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/enfhamkfyk1vfvdjuzg67fpeg/Detroit_Pistons/1997/Primary_Logo
  352. Logo Designed By: Bill Berris and Robin Brant
  353. Source: The Windsor Star, May 22nd 1996
  354. Additional Notes:
  355. -''(Pistons President) Tom Wilson admitted the NBA has been after the Pistons for several years to change their logo. The league had forwarded between 200 and 300 design suggestions of their own and the club had also received hundreds of submissions from graphic designers and artists.
  356. It wasn't until Bill Berris and Robin Brant took a crack at the project two years ago that the new logo began to emerge. After some input from the NBA, which owns the logo, the Pistons were well on their way to reaching Tuesday's cerem-ony.'' (Windsor Star, May 22nd 1996)
  357.  
  358. Minnesota Timberwolves (1996-1997) - (2007-2008)
  359. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/t5mgc3aeqfofhslwi8yzua6ro/Minnesota_Timberwolves/1997/Primary_Logo
  360. Logo Designed By: Mednick Design Group
  361. Source: Timberwolves.com, May 1996
  362. Additional Notes:
  363. ''According to Finnegan, who was the Timberwolves' point person in dealing with the NBA on the logo change, the Wolves had previously been working on a secondary logo mark, but it was shelved in the summer of 1994 when the team nearly moved. When the ownership transfer to Glen Taylor became official in 1995, the decision was made to change the whole corporate identity system, which encompasses every visual representation of the team.'' (Timberwolves.com, May 1996)
  364. ''The group working on the new Wolves logo - which included Moor, Finnegan, McHale, Executive Director of Communications Charley Frank, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Chris Wright and Head Coach Flip Saunders - wanted the Timberwolves' mark to be vital when the next trend in design came around. Another consideration was the logo's ability to break down into numerous forms or partial marks that can represent the organization as well. And above all, it had to be more aggressive.'' (Timberwolves.com, May 1996)
  365.  
  366. Utah Jazz (1996-1997) - (2003-2004)
  367. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/8316e7nrg5xuouqqo21bjgem9/Utah_Jazz/1997/Primary_Logo
  368. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards (NBA Properties)
  369. Source: Salt Lake Tribune, June 5th 1996 and Sports Business Daily, November 29th 1999
  370.  
  371. Golden State Warriors (1997-1998) - (2009-2010)
  372. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1bhcqs6l5t44lw04y1tygdsce/Golden_State_Warriors/1998/Primary_Logo
  373. Logo Designed By: Larry Hausen
  374. Source: SF Examiner, June 20th 1997
  375. Additional Notes:
  376. -''This logo was what Warriors owner Chris Cohan had wanted. The idea had been in the works for two years, and Cohan vetoed an idea offered by the NBA - Cohan described that design as a He-man type figure holding up the Golden Gate Bridge - in favor of the design created by Larry Hausen, the Warriors' director of creative services and merchandising.'' (SF Examiner, June 20th 1997)
  377. -''The search for an aggressive weapon for the logo resulted in a lightning bolt, a safe fictional choice instead of a knife or spear or something tangible. Hausen also altered the colors, dropping the lighter blue and yellow that had been a Warriors trademark for years in favor of sharper tones.'' (SF Examiner, June 20th 1997)
  378.  
  379. New Jersey Nets (1997-1998) - (2011-2012)
  380. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/hvkhsaffs9x9zre7gku4vmnte/New_Jersey_Nets/1998/Primary_Logo
  381. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards
  382. Source: Copyright Encyclopedia
  383.  
  384. Washington Wizards (1997-1998) - (2010-2011)
  385. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/852/Washington_Wizards/1998/Primary_Logo
  386. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties
  387. Source: Sports Business Daily, May 16th 1997
  388.  
  389. Orlando Magic (2000-2001) - (2009-2010)
  390. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/th2p1ysxo6xd5i4er1vomjghe/Orlando_Magic/2001/Primary_Logo
  391. Logo Designed By: NBA Properties
  392. Source: NBA.com/Magic, June 27th 2000
  393.  
  394. Dallas Mavericks (2001-2002) - (2013-2014)
  395. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ifk08eam05rwxr3yhol3whdcm/Dallas_Mavericks/2002/Primary_Logo
  396. Logo Designed By: Nike/NBA (?)
  397. Source: NBA.com/Mavericks, September 18th 2001
  398. Additional Notes:
  399. -"When working with NIKE and the NBA we communicated our desire for a clean, contemporary look so the emphasis would be on the players' talent rather than the jerseys they are wearing," said Mavericks President/CEO Terdema Ussery. "We accomplished this goal by maintaining a classic, pristine feel but at the same time bringing them up-to-date with several Mavericks-branded embellishments."
  400.  
  401. Seattle Supersonics (2001-2002) - (2007-2008)
  402. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/2m7tz2iv8wjusqs6ob11nznri/Seattle_Supersonics/2002/Primary_Logo
  403. Logo Designed By: Hornall Anderson Design Works
  404. Source: NBA.com/Sonics, August 25th 2001
  405.  
  406. Houston Rockets (2003-2004) - (2013-2014)
  407. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/8xe4813lzybfhfl14axgzzqeq/Houston_Rockets/2004/Primary_Logo
  408. Logo Designed By: Eiko Ishioka
  409. Source: Houston Chronicle, July 9th 2003
  410.  
  411. Memphis Grizzlies (2004-2005) - (2013-2014)
  412. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/793/Memphis_Grizzlies/2005/Primary_Logo
  413. Identity Developed By: Rare Design, in conjuction with NBA and Grizzlies
  414. Source: NBA.com/Grizzlies, June 17th 2004
  415. Quote: '' In January, regionally-based RARE Design was selected to develop the identity. The Grizzlies and RARE Design CEO Rodney Richardson worked in conjunction with the NBA to develop the logo taking direction from Grizzlies fans along with input from Grizzlies’ players and team personnel. Once the identity was established, Reebok undertook the process of creating the team’s uniforms.'' - (NBA.com/Grizzlies, June 17th 2004)
  416.  
  417. Milwaukee Bucks (2006-2007) - (2013-2014)
  418. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/0295onf2c4xsbfsxye6i/Milwaukee_Bucks/2007/Primary_Logo
  419. Logo Designed By: NBA Creative Services
  420. Source: NBA.com/Bucks, June 28th 2006
  421.  
  422. Oklahoma City Thunder (2008-2009) - (2013-2014)
  423. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/khmovcnezy06c3nm05ccn0oj2/Oklahoma_City_Thunder/2009/Primary_Logo
  424. Logo Designed By: Ackerman-Mcqueen and NBA Creative Services
  425. Source: Sports Business Daily, September 4th 2008
  426. Additional Notes:''The Thunder worked with Ackerman-McQueen, Oklahoma City, and the NBA to develop the logo'' (Daily Oklahoman, September 4th 2008)
  427.  
  428. Golden State Warriors (2010-2011) - (2013-2014)
  429. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/qhhir6fj8zp30f33s7sfb4yw0/Golden_State_Warriors/2011/Primary_Logo
  430. Logo Designed By: NBA/Warriors/Adidas
  431. Source: Sports Business Daily, June 18th 2010
  432. Additional Notes: ''We are grateful to the NBA and adidas for providing us with a magnitude of creative freedom, along with invaluable expertise, during this process.” (Warriors President Robert Rowell, Warriors.com, June 18th 2010)
  433.  
  434. Brooklyn Nets (2012-2013) - (2013-2014)
  435. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/hsuff5m3dgiv20kovde422r1f/Brooklyn_Nets/2013/Primary_Logo
  436. Logo Designed By: Jay-Z
  437. Source: NBA.com/Nets, April 30th 2012
  438.  
  439. New Orleans Pelicans (2013-2014)
  440. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/496226812014/New_Orleans_Pelicans/2014/Primary_Logo
  441. Logo Designed By: Rare Design
  442. Source: NBA.com/Pelicans, January 24th 2013
  443.  
  444. Charlotte Hornets (2014-2015)
  445. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/512019262015/Charlotte_Hornets/2015/Primary_Logo
  446. Logo Designed By: Jordan Brand/NBA Global Merchandising Group/Senior Bobcats Executives
  447. Source: NBA.com/Bobcats, December 21st 2013
  448.  
  449.  
  450. MLB
  451. Pittsburgh Pirates (1958-1967)
  452. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1276/Pittsburgh_Pirates/1960/Primary_Logo
  453. Logo Designed By: Jack Berger, Sr.
  454. Source: http://toddradom.com/sports-logo-case-study-8-pittsburghs-many-pirates/
  455.  
  456. Minnesota Twins (1961-1969)
  457. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/pk7vvonkkx7cbcgxgr6gt0pl2/Minnesota_Twins/1961/Primary_Logo
  458. Logo Designed By: Ray Barton
  459. Source: Star Tribune, April 22nd 2010
  460.  
  461. New York Mets (1962-2014)
  462. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/34fklmt62f7bpq20uisaruz8d/New_York_Mets/1962/Primary_Logo
  463. Logo Designed By: Ray Gotto
  464. Source: http://toddradom.com/all-hail-the-pink-black-new-york-mets/
  465.  
  466. Pittsburgh Pirates (1968-1986)
  467. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/7xkp9hnp9jq11e1zia4tdcqjh/Pittsburgh_Pirates/1968/Primary_Logo
  468. Logo Designed by: Bob Gessner
  469. Source: http://toddradom.com/sports-logo-case-study-8-pittsburghs-many-pirates/
  470.  
  471. Kansas City Royals (1969-2001)
  472. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/0az2nlnnt5fz3qtzgmhzrvuhs/Kansas_City_Royals/1969/Primary_Logo
  473. Logo Designed By: Shannon Manning
  474. Source: SABR.org, December 7th 2011
  475.  
  476. San Diego Padres (1969-1984)
  477. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/x5qgaefxmvbsmrkzw3k8qggwr/San_Diego_Padres/1969/Primary_Logo
  478. Logo Designed By: Carlos Hadaway
  479. Source: http://www.utsandiego.com/sports/padres/20040920-9999-lz1s20sailor.html (San Diego Union Tribune, September 20th 2004)
  480.  
  481. Toronto Blue Jays (1977-1996)
  482. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ogopr90c4s7q4ez68ga7vhbyh/Toronto_Blue_Jays/1977/Primary_Logo
  483. Logo Designned By: Savage Sloan, Ltd.
  484. Source: Sportslogo.net
  485.  
  486. Seattle Mariners (1993-2014)
  487. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1305/Seattle_Mariners/1993/Primary_Logo
  488. Logo Designed By: Mariners and Major League Baseball Properties
  489. Source: Seattle Times, September 19th 1992
  490.  
  491. Seattle Mariners (1993-2014)
  492. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/7583271993/Seattle_Mariners/1993/Home_Uniform
  493. Uniforms Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards
  494. Source: Sun-Sentinel, June 11th 1993
  495.  
  496. California Angels (1993-1996)
  497. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/4911/California_Angels/1993/Home_Uniform
  498. Uniforms Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards
  499. Source: Sun-Sentinel, June 11th 1993
  500.  
  501. Houston Astros (1994-1999)
  502. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1070/Houston_Astros/1994/Primary_Logo
  503. Logo Designed By: Bill Woodward (Winner of logo design contest)
  504. Source: Austin American Statesman, February 5th 1994
  505. Additional Note:
  506. -''McLane said the logo and uniforms introduced Friday were the results of "hundreds and hundreds" of designs submitted from around the nation. The winning basic design came from Bill Woodward of Image Communications in Temple.'' (Austin American Statesman, February 5th 1994)
  507.  
  508. Milwaukee Brewers (1994-1999)
  509. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ccsgwiae5gteohwesed5mv337/Milwaukee_Brewers/1994/Primary_Logo
  510. Logo Designed By: Todd Radom
  511. Source: Toddradom.com
  512.  
  513. Anaheim Angels (1997-2001)
  514. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/lf4zyhheldhhxn0np6tlxm2wh/Anaheim_Angels/1997/Primary_Logo
  515. Logo Designed By: Dan Simon (Disney Consumer Product
  516. Source: O.C Register, November 20th 1996 and Todd Radom
  517. Additional Notes: -''Mayor Tom Daly and other city officials beamed with pride at seeing the city name on a symbol. But Disney artists, who also designed the marketable mask of the Mighty Ducks, say they felt pinched this time. "It's not revolutionary," admitted Tim McMillin, director of new-business development for Disney Consumer Products.'' (O.C Register, November 20th 1996)
  518. -''About 100 Disney artists produced 200 drawings at imagineering offices in Burbank. Two ideas that bit the dust: a naked cherub with Angels wings and an "ominous and fierce" angel.'' (O.C Register, November 20th 1996)
  519.  
  520. Toronto Blue Jays (1997-2002)
  521. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/98256e6rrugp88puehfylgn2k/Toronto_Blue_Jays/1997/Primary_Logo
  522. Logo Designed By: MLB Properties
  523. Source: Sportslogo.net
  524.  
  525. St. Louis Cardinals (1998-2014)
  526. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/3zhma0aeq17tktge1huh7yok5/St._Louis_Cardinals/1998/Primary_Logo
  527. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/0a8uox3r4pny0s4fwf0cf2pxn/St._Louis_Cardinals/1998/Jersey_Logo
  528. Logos Designed By: Gary Kodner and Bill DeWitt III
  529. Source: http://www.uni-watch.com/2013/08/08/birds-on-a-bat-an-interview-with-gary-kodner-st-louis-cardinals-designer/
  530.  
  531. Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998-2000)
  532. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/wmgomzjdgy2r6pzb8eg8fphg4/Tampa_Bay_Devil_Rays/1998/Home_Uniform
  533. Uniforms Designed By: MLB Properties
  534. Source: St. Petersburg Times, November 3rd 1995
  535. Additional Notes:
  536. -''Occi did extensive research on the project, learning about the devil ray and the Tampa Bay area. A key to the uniforms was the use of the gradated color blend, which used a new fabric pattern (glacier twill) and a new process of blending the colors, to better reflect the colors of the area.
  537. Then Occi set about persuading Naimoli and other team officials to use purple and black - two supposedly "hot" colors - as the accents, pointing out that they represent the deep water a devil ray lives in. She went as far as wearing purple-and-black outfits to her meetings with Naimoli.
  538. "Purple is the perfect accent to the different aquatic colors, and the black with the gray," Occi said. "He was sold on the pallette, but he didn't want to be dominant with purple. Then when we started working with the gradation of colors, he fell in love with purple." (St Pete Times, November 3rd 1995)
  539.  
  540. Milwaukee Brewers (2000-2014)
  541. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/egju3nrm94qijh656rzxx3dxc/Milwaukee_Brewers/2000/Home_Uniform
  542. Uniforms Designed By: MLB Properties and McDill Design
  543. Source: Milwaukee-Sentinel, November 10th 1999
  544.  
  545. Houston Astros (2000-2012)
  546. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/o27gfthh2h0bwnfh68ho5xhhg/Houston_Astros/2000/Primary_Logo
  547. Logo Designed By: Coudal Partners (Assistance from MLB Properties)
  548. Source: Sports Business Daily, November 5th 1999
  549.  
  550. Anaheim Angels (2002-2014)
  551. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ft5ee5ejgzxdz3stfcruhw7cu/Anaheim_Angels/2002/Primary_Logo
  552. Logo Designed By: Todd Radom
  553. Source: Toddradom.com
  554.  
  555. Texas Rangers (2003-2014)
  556. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/ajfeh4oqeealq37er15r3673h/Texas_Rangers/2003/Primary_Logo
  557. Logo Designed By: Skilo Brands (Consultation from MLB and Rangers)
  558. Source: texas.rangers.mlb.com, December 3rd 2002
  559.  
  560. Toronto Blue Jays (2004-2011)
  561. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/82vfhup2nflrbcogo4bubyq8e/Toronto_Blue_Jays/2004/Primary_Logo
  562. Logo Designed By: Brandid
  563. Source: Sports Business Daily, September 3rd 2003
  564.  
  565. Washington Nationals (2005-2010)
  566. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/x1hlmovt2m0mgs7ghwzgu6lht/Washington_Nationals/2005/Primary_Logo
  567. Logo Designed By: Todd Radom
  568. Source: Toddradom.com
  569.  
  570. Arizona Diamondbacks (2007-2014)
  571. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/3wr29gnqgyosq17p79h071vnk/Arizona_Diamondbacks/2007/Primary_Logo
  572. Logos Designed By: Campbell Fisher Design and MLB Properties
  573. Source: arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com, November 8th 2006
  574.  
  575. Tampa Bay Rays (2008-2014)
  576. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/qiru2jftx1a378eq8ad0s4ik4/Tampa_Bay_Rays/2008/Primary_Logo
  577. Logos Designed By: Fanbrandz (Previously Frederick and Froberg Design Offices)
  578. Source: Sports Business Journal, November 12-18th 2007
  579.  
  580. NFL/AFL
  581. Dallas Texans (1960-1962)
  582. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/414/Dallas_Texans/1960/Primary_Logo
  583. Logo Designed By: Bob Taylor (Dallas Times Hearld Cartoonist)
  584. Source: http://media.kcchiefs.com/media/143745/logo_and_uniform_history.pdf
  585.  
  586. Green Bay Packers (1961-2013)
  587. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/dcy03myfhffbki5d7il3/Green_Bay_Packers/1980/Primary_Logo
  588. Logo Designed By: Gearld Brashier and John Gordon
  589. Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZHTSpZ9KM8 and SportsLogos.net
  590.  
  591. Kansas City Chiefs (1963-1969)
  592. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/2aqyixgohws3xwl7zir9/Kansas_City_Chiefs/1963/Primary_Logo
  593. Logo Designed By: Bob Taylor
  594. Source: http://media.kcchiefs.com/media/143745/logo_and_uniform_history.pdf
  595.  
  596. Miami Dolphins (1966-1973)
  597. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/870/Miami_Dolphins/1966/Primary_Logo
  598. Logo Designed By: Bill Bodenhamer Sr.
  599. Source: http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2000-08-10/news/0008091109_1_design-miami-dolphins-miami-s-logo, Sun Sentinel, August 10th 2000
  600. Additional Notes:
  601. -''The Dolphins logo, which has undergone only minor modifications in the past 30 years, was Mr. Bodenhamer's most widely recognized work, but not necessarily his most satisfying."You just did what you could with what you had back then," Bodenhamer said in 1997, when the logo was revamped. "I wasn't too crazy about [the design]. I wanted to do something like the Rams had, something real good. But we just didn't have much time." (Sun Sentinel, August 10th 2000
  602. -Bodenhamer was paid only $250 for designing the logo (Sun Sentinel, August 10th 2000)
  603.  
  604. Denver Broncos (1970-1996)
  605. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/jo4exfg01jgmyq3y4g9hfep00/Denver_Broncos/1970/Primary_Logo
  606. Logo Designed By: Edwin Guy Taylor
  607. Source: Wikipedia
  608. Additional Notes:
  609. -''. A contest was held through Public Service of Denver to come up with a new logo for the team. Mr. Taylor's submission was selected late in 1967 and adopted soon after.'' (Wikipedia)
  610.  
  611. Seattle Seahawks (1976-2001)
  612. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/995/Seattle_Seahawks/1976/Primary_Logo
  613. Logo Designed By: NFL Properties (Amy Yutani, Michael Gaines and David Johnston)
  614. Source: http://www.greenglare.com/seahawks_logo_design.html
  615.  
  616. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1976-1996)
  617. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1041/Tampa_Bay_Buccaneers/1976/Primary_Logo
  618. Logo Designed By: Lamar Sparkman (Cartoonist/Artist at Tampa Bay Tribune)
  619. Source: Tampa Bay Tribune, January 7th 2010
  620. Additional Image: http://www.toddradom.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/1976-BUCS-COLORS.jpg
  621.  
  622. New England Patriots (1993-2013)
  623. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/tfj1deqds0ryxeaz9hjq2gkeg/New_England_Patriots/1993/Primary_Logo
  624. Logo Designed By: NFL Properties/Stan Evenson/Ken Loh
  625. Source: Uni-Watch/ESPN.com, July 28th 2011
  626.  
  627. Carolina Panthers (1995-2011)
  628. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/346/Carolina_Panthers/1995/Primary_Logo
  629. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards
  630. Source: New York Times, January 22nd 1995
  631.  
  632. Jacksonville Jaguars (1995-2012)
  633. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/eakbhfhxnv31fffgnct3ltlrd/Jacksonville_Jaguars/1995/Primary_Logo
  634. Logo Designed By: Sean Michael Edwards
  635. Source: SMEbranding.com
  636.  
  637. Philadelphia Eagles (1996-2013)
  638. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/960/Philadelphia_Eagles/1996/Primary_Logo
  639. Logo and Uniforms Designed By: NFL Properties
  640. Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, February 6th 1996
  641.  
  642. Denver Broncos (1997-2013)
  643. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/9ebzja2zfeigaziee8y605aqp/Denver_Broncos/1997/Primary_Logo
  644. Logo and Uniforms Designed By: Nike
  645. Source: Denver Post, February 5th 1997
  646.  
  647. Miami Dolphins (1997-2012)
  648. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/875/Miami_Dolphins/1997/Primary_Logo
  649. Logo Designed By: NFL Properties
  650. Source: Sun Sentinel, January 15th 1997
  651. Additional Notes:
  652. -''Creative director Bruce Burke said three designers spent 11 months on the project.'' (Sun Sentinel, January 15th 1997)
  653.  
  654. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1997-2013)
  655. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/1046/Tampa_Bay_Buccaneers/1997/Primary_Logo
  656. Logo Designed By: NFL Properties
  657. Source: NFL.com/Buccaneers, April 9th 1997
  658.  
  659. Houston Texans (2002-2013)
  660. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/570/Houston_Texans/2002/Primary_Logo
  661. Logo Designed By: Verlander Design
  662. Source: VerlanderDesign.com
  663.  
  664. Atlanta Falcons (2003-2013)
  665. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/299/Atlanta_Falcons/2003/Primary_Logo
  666. Logo Designed By: Verlander Design
  667. Source: VerlanderDesign.com
  668.  
  669. Cincinnati Bengals
  670. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/403/Cincinnati_Bengals/2004/Primary_Logo
  671. Logo Designed By: Verlander Design
  672. Source: VerlanderDesigns.com
  673.  
  674. Arizona Cardinals (2005-2013)
  675. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/kwth8f1cfa2sch5xhjjfaof90/Arizona_Cardinals/2005/Primary_Logo
  676. Logo Designed By: NFL Properties
  677. Source: Sports Business Daily, January 28th 2005
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