Super Bowl XLIII: Gridiron Graphics


The logo: I think it’s pretty good, I like the incorporation of the end zone and field. The red AFC star looks a little out-of-place, but I like the overall simplicity and the cleanliness of the logo. A solid “B+”. I would have put some aqua blue to reference the Tampa Bay area more, or to go with the field motif, a yellow sun, which could also reference the Tampa Bay area. (The sun and field idea worked for Barack Obama, so why not?)

Fun link #2: The increasing effort devoted to Super Bowl logo design through the years.

Fun link #3: The exhaustingly comprehensive and simply awesome Uni Watch’s Super Bowl XLIII uniform design review.


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