Dallas Stars Concept Logo
Dallas Stars Concept Logo By Rogé Rogé
By Rogé Rogé - Graphic Designer Website
Dallas Stars Concept Logo By Matt Matthiason
By Matt Matthiason - Graphic Designer Website
After my exhaustive research into the Dallas Stars, many of the Stars fans really like their new uniforms. So taking cue from that, I ended up removing green from the color scheme. Why? Because the time has finally come to put the North Stars days away for good. This is the Dallas Stars. Minnesota has their new team. Time to turn the page in Stars history and embrace their home.
The goal of this new identity is to embrace the new "Lone" Stars. The completely custom wordmark is styled after an old saloon sign. The new secondary logo is a much better attempt to symbolize Texas than the failed "Mooterus" from a few years ago. The striping on the home and away feature barb wire lining the jersey, and the alternate jersey design resembles the horns of a steer...
Dallas Stars Concept Logo By Jonathan Tweedle
By Jonathan Tweedle - Graphic Designer Website
I've given the Stars back their green and when designing their new 3rd jersey I decided that I'd let them rep the black again. The design is a sort of hybrid if you will; inspired by the Stars current home jersey and the Star original black jersey when the first moved to Dallas from Minnesota.
The logo, is yet another page taken out of the Tampa Bay Lightning redesigning effort, simplicity is best. With that in mind I took the Dallas Star and used a D as its backdrop.
Let's be honest, one of the most defining features for the Dallas stars has been green. But ever since the Reebok edge jerseys took over, there is barely any green in the Stars uniforms, and beyond the stars and the Wild there is no other green in the NHL, a travesty indeed.
With that being said, I'm bringing the green back to Texas. Seeing as they are the Dallas Stars I decided to incorporate that into the striping of the jersey, while I had doubts at first, I think it works out pretty well.
With the logo, I added a D, with a star in the middle of it on top of the Texas state logo the Stars have used in the past, and encircled it to give it a classic hockey look.