MLB concept logos of the Seattle Mariners by various design artists from around the world. These are redesigned ideas and not actual team logos.
By Alex Clemens – Graphic Designer Website
The center of the logo, Seattle’s initial, is now in front of the famous compass rose and replaced with an angular and beveled letter “S”. The baseball has been dropped to declutter the overall look.
The modernized “S” logo as part of a secondary roundel logo.
Imagine this logo to be worn by players on helmets, caps and alternate uniforms.
By SFGiants58 – Graphic Designer Website
Gone is the busy compass rose in the “S” and the imbalance of the “S” on the top and bottom serifs (I can’t unsee it) as an anchor takes its place. It’s nautical, while also being simpler. The compass rose returns for the secondary logo, featuring the skyline of Seattle from my Pilots concept (with the addition of Mt. Rainier from the 30th Anniversary patch) and the anchor. The tertiary is a closeup on my modernized – and right side up – trident (upside down tridents are bad luck, after all). I’m modeling the concept with the flat silver, as metallic silver looks terrible on computer displays.
By splashboogie – Graphic Designer Website
The genesis of this actually came while I was working on a Hartford Whalers concept at work. I kept trying to play with the W to become a harpoon but I couldn’t get the H right. Then I flipped the harpoon and got a trident and the rest as they say is history.
The new Primary Logo brings back the Trident modified for a 2016 look. The Gold used is lifted straight from the 1977 Cap Logo, while the new shade of blue is 50% the classic royal blue and 50% the Mariners current shade of blue.
By Alec Burch – Graphic Designer Website
A rebranding for the Seattle Mariners, the cities second oldest sports franchise. The primary logo speaks to Seattle’s lifelong maritime industry while the secondary logo embodies the spirit of America’s favorite past time. The Mariners belong to a proud sports city. This pride is carried out through our 2015 ticket campaign slogan “Be Here” which urges fans to take part in every game. You never know when the next big thing will happen.