Wildcats Wordmark Logo
The Los Angeles Wildcats are a professional American football team that is part of the XFL. The team’s wordmark logo has an interesting history and has gone through several iterations since its inception in 2019.
The original logo was designed by renowned graphic designer, Tom Lacy, who created a bold design featuring two wildcats facing each other with their tails intertwined around the letter “X” from the XFL name. This symbolized how tight-knit and unified this new franchise would be as they prepared to take on any challenge that came their way. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, it also served as a reminder of what makes Los Angeles great: resilience in difficult times and strength when faced with adversity – qualities embodied by these powerful animals which have been adopted as symbols for many sports teams over time.
In 2021, after two years of competing in the league, the Wildcats unveiled an updated version of their iconic wordmark logo which featured brighter colors along with more detailed illustrations depicting both cats standing atop mountains overlooking downtown LA - further emphasizing how proud they are to represent such an amazing city while also paying homage to its rich culture. It's clear why this new look resonates so strongly among fans; not only does it capture everything special about LA but it serves as another reminder that no matter what obstacles come our way we can always count on one thing: each other.
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Los Angeles Wildcats
Wordmark “WILDCATS” in yellow.Font: Custom