NBA concept logos of the Houston Rockets by various design artists from around the world. These are redesigned ideas and not actual team logos
By Matthew Harvey – Graphic Designer Website
With this concept, I tried to combine different eras of the Rockets into this concept. I Tried adding the teams Red and Yellow scheme back into the mix, as well as adding the rocket back into the design, which is featured in a few of the teams original and retro logos. I also incorporated the NASA space patch as the overall shape of the teams new design.
By Sean McCarthy – Graphic Designer Website
Love you, Houston! Been thinking about Houston a lot lately. Here’s a concept logo I did for the Rockets a while back. Concept only, not affiliated with the Rockets or the National Basketball Association.
By Addison Foote – Graphic Designer Website
I used their older color scheme with the yellow and red and tried to make the ball look like a planet. The rocket resembles the rocket from their 90’s logo, but minimized. The line beneath the word “Rockets” is the horizon of Earth.
By Evan Hessler – Graphic Designer Website
The round shape of the new primary logo is versatile enough to be used in any application. Mustard color brings a touch of old school to the modern design.
The old primary logo will be updated and become a secondary mark.
Jerseys utilize a space theme that pays homage to Houston’s unique history. Sides of uniforms showcase a rocket takeoff and jersey numbers are surrounded by a planet’s ring. Away jersey features a red to black gradient which represents the upper atmosphere. Black alternate jerseys display the darkness and vastness of space.
By Michael Weinstein – Graphic Designer Website
For my design, I wanted to combine the classic red and yellow color scheme with the futuristic style of the current logo. For a link to the space program in Houston, the ROCKETS lettering is inspired by the NASA logo. The hexagon shape is meant to be like a NASA mission patch.
Instead of the plain rocket silhouette of the current logo, I created an astronaut character that’s a little more dynamic. I had a tiny sketch of an Iron Man-esque character flying around a planet that I kept coming back to and eventually made it to the final design.