Stars Primary Logo
The San Antonio Stars have a long and storied history in the WNBA, having been part of the league since its inception in 1997. The team’s primary logo has gone through several iterations over the years, reflecting changes to both its identity and its branding.
When they first entered the league, they had a very traditional look with an orange star surrounded by white text on a black background featuring “San Antonio Stars” written out in full. This logo was used until 2009 when it underwent some minor tweaks including changing from black to navy blue as well as adding two more stars around the original one for emphasis.
In 2011, there was another major change to their brand identity that included introducing new colors such as silver and gray along with updating both font styles used for “San Antonio” and “Stars". At this time also saw them incorporate elements of Texas' state flag such as the Lone Star design within a circle shape at the center which is still present today but a slightly updated version 2017 season when the team went back to an all-black color scheme while keeping the same star & text combination on top half portion shield shape outline.
While these modifications may seem small or insignificant at first glance; each alteration made throughout the years reflects how important maintaining strong visual representation is organization's overall strategy success - something that will no doubt continue be case future updates come down the line!
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San Antonio Stars
Wordmark “SAN ANTONIO” in black and “STARS” in black with white trim above a shooting star in black, grey and white.
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