Sorry to burst everyone's bubble that is a photoshop. On the bottom of screen there is a logo icon of PS (PHOTOSHOP). I seen this logo design on Chris Creamer Logos the other day while browsing. I can make that in a heartbeat with my PS and PIXLR online it's ******* easy anyone can do it. In fact I will find it online clean it up and there you go it's out there it will be found trust me. The idiot who thought they could get away with it forgot to close PS and that it is a screen shot of our official web site but their work was done to it. It's plain as can be seen. Plus, if it was real the whole site would change not just that. Guys remember during Week 15 they changed it to and old school look for the entire week. I tweeted Mike Dee and asked him do you know anything about the web site logo for NEW ERA IN DOLPHINS FOOTBALL the scripted one. So far, no tweet back but, if it was real it would be on the site it is not. I am going to find out I will give an update soon. Plus his email email@example.com. If you want answers. I will search and find it and put it up once I do.
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Who gives a ****.
Ignore the script logo for a moment... look at the logo in the top left of that picture. It looks like a blend between our retro logo and current logo. Our current logo has no white space in the center of the dolphin it like you can see in that picture.
Here's hoping; I'd be thrilled if that's what they settled on doing.
Someone with a season ticket account should try to log on to that part of the site and see if its for real!
No that's no were near our new logo, its not bad but I'm just saying.
The whole season, drink to that!
I want to keep the ring of fire around our Dolphin though
Isn't the most likely place to find concepts of our new logo a design agency? What program do you think a designer who is working on logo concepts might use? Might he drop his latest idea into a Miami Dolphins web page to see if it fits the Miami brand values? Might somebody visiting the agency - maybe working with the designer in the chair opposite - take a quick snap over the guy's shoulder?
I have no idea what the answer is to any of the above questions, but it's just as valid a thought process as the idea that somebody would be bothered to set up an elaborate fake of a Miami Dolphins logo design.
I quite like the idea of the dolphin as D in a scripted logo. Does the helmet logo become the whole thing or just the dolphin?
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