NBA concept logos of the Cleveland Cavaliers by various design artists from around the world. These are redesigned ideas and not actual team logos.
By Matthew Harvey – Graphic Designer Website
New version of a primary logo for the Cavaliers. This concept features a completely new design for the team. This concept features a shield and a large “C”, representing the city of Cleveland. The sash represents the sash used on uniforms of a traditional cavalier.
By Believeland1994 – Graphic Designer Website
The logo is based somewhat on the very first logo the Cavs used with the Cavalier by replacing that design with the new one made by someone else (credit for the Cavalier concept goes to him), and mixing it in with the current arched Cleveland and Cavaliers wordmark. The roundel pattern is based on the Austin Carr era stripe pattern and I chose to bring back. I also included the city of Cleveland’s skyline (found on vector) and added it at the very bottom with a navy background to symbolize the city at night with Est.1970 to show the Cavs year they were established. At the end of the logo is a stripe pattern found on an old cavs sweatshirt that I have from the late 80’s early 90’s that surround the teams “V hoop” logo and included the teams All for One One For All slogan.
By Addison Foote – Graphic Designer Website
I based this logo off of the Cavs logo from 1983 – 1994. That logo was a simple wordmark using the “V” as a net with a ball going into it. Instead, I used the key / free-throw line to resemble the “A.”