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FOR MOVE TO VEGAS THE RAIDERS UNI REDESIGN
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Posted by Drew Martin
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We've been doing Uni Watch design challenges for more than a decade now. Sometimes the topic is a juicy one, such as when we invited readers to redesign the Cleveland Browns jerseys, a team whose no-frills look practically provides a blank canvas for a potential makeover.

Our latest challenge was trickier. With the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas, we wanted to see how they might look after getting a facelift for their relocation to the desert. Tinkering with the Raiders' look is a dicey proposition because most fans like the team's uniforms just the way they are. How can you mess with the iconic silver and black?

David Britt created a powerful look by starting with the Raiders' basic logo, changing the eye-patched player's head to a skull and adding some gold outlining for a touch of Vegas bling. Granted, the combination of crossed swords and a skull has already been used by the Bucs, but some overlap is inevitable when you're dealing with raiders and buccaneers, which are essentially synonymous. In any case, Britt's proposed logo is better than the Bucs' real logo, so he need not apologize for using the skull 'n' swords motif.

[img]David Britt created a powerful look by starting with the Raiders' basic logo, changing the eye-patched player's head to a skull and adding some gold outlining for a touch of Vegas bling. Granted, the combination of crossed swords and a skull has already been used by the Bucs, but some overlap is inevitable when you're dealing with raiders and buccaneers, which are essentially synonymous. In any case, Britt's proposed logo is better than the Bucs' real logo


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