Rage Wordmark Logo
The Orlando Rage was a professional football team that played in the short-lived XFL from 2001 to 2002. The team’s logo and wordmark were designed to reflect its fierce attitude on the field as well as its connection with Central Florida, which it called home.
The Rage's main logo featured a snarling wildcat, which was meant to represent both ferocity and regional pride. It had an orange outline of Florida at the top of the design with an angry red face below it - symbolizing strength and aggression - along with two crossed lightning bolts underneath for power. The font used for “Rage” is bolded but also curved slightly outward, giving it a sense of motion and energy while still being legible enough not to be confused by other teams' logos or designs in general.
In addition to their primary logo, they also had several alternate versions featuring different colors or slight alterations such as adding stars around certain parts like "Orlando" or making "XFL" bigger than usual so that fans could easily identify them on merchandise even if they weren't familiar with their original design concept yet. Despite having only been active for one season before folding due to financial difficulties, the Orlando Rage's iconic wordmark will remain forever etched into sports history thanks largely in part due to its innovative branding strategy.
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Wordmark “RAGE” in red with yellow trim on a blue background in an edgy custom font.Font: Custom Font