St. Louis Blues Concept Logo
St. Louis Blues Concept Logo By Jonathan Tweedle
By Jonathan Tweedle - Graphic Designer Website
The final installments of the Rebrand series focuses on the St. Louis Blues.
The logo kind of came about randomly; I was playing around with the wing part of the Blues logo and decided to give it the same treatment I gave the Red Wings logo by mirroring one side and seeing what it looked like. I can't fully explain what it's supposed to be, but I think it looks pretty awesome! I then used the circle the Blues use in their 3rd jersey logo.
When I was redesigning the jersey I knew I wanted to somehow incorporate the famous arches somehow and for a long time it just seemed tacky and out of place. Finally I figured out how to subtly include the arches and still keep the St. Louis feel to the rest of the jersey, and the result was this beauty.
Finally I've taken the music note part of the actual Blues logo and incorporated it into my version of the Treble clef. In my previous logo I went for the out of the ordinary, wing logo but this time I wanted to pay tribute to the musical roots of the team name.
St. Louis Blues Concept Logo By Enforced Logos
By Enforced Logos - Graphic Designer Website
The Blues are a hard team to work with. Their current jerseys are very nice and clean. I am very happy the team lost the red from the 90's, it didn't do anything. Blue and yellow are a great color combination, especially for hockey. The Blues logo is also very nice. I used the current logo, but I added a twist. I think it works perfectly to add a "B" for blues, while also having a music note. I used that but in a darker color for the 3rd jerseys. The home and away jerseys have an arch going from the bottom of the jersey stretched to the collar (thanks Elliot). I hope you like today's post.