Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo
Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo by Matthew Harvey
By Matthew Harvey - Graphic Designer Website
The Los Angeles Clippers need help...and they need it bad! The have what could be one of, if not, the worst logo in sports. The logo I have created is a new primary logo for the Clippers. It goes back to the original red, white, and blue, features "L.A", as well as shows the anchor and chains, which pays homage to the name "Clippers" which they have yet to use in a logo since being in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo History By Dan Kennedy
By Dan Kennedy - Graphic Designer Website
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Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo History By Jason Jokhai
By Jason Jokhai - Graphic Designer Website
A concept logo for the Los Angeles Clippers. Primary.
Concept logo for the Los Angeles Clippers. Secondary.
Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo History By Addison Foote
By Addison Foote - Graphic Designer Website
The Clippers logo has always looked too similar to the Lakers logo, so I was glad they did a redesign of it. However, their new logo didn't really give any meaning to their team name. I took a more nautical approach by mixing the helm of a clipper ship and a basketball. The helm represents direction and control. I made the type wave as if it is sailing on the sea.
Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo History By Ian Bakar
By Ian Bakar - Graphic Designer Website
Recently, what are purported to be the new LA Clippers logos have leaked all over the internet, and possibly gone into trademark. The design world and fans have both had overwhelmingly negative reactions. From looking like an EA sports game cover to clip art, the reception has not been what a professional sports team would ever want.
Los Angeles Clippers Concept Logo History By Michael Weinstein
By Michael Weinstein - Graphic Designer Website
The Clippers logo history didn’t help much here, and it’s probably best for them to have a clean slate anyway. I decided to stick with a nautical theme without resorting to using a ship. The anchor idea was inspired by some of Jon Contino’s work. The rope lettering was difficult to get right, but I think it looks too generic without it.