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AndrewsFrancisBart

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  1. It's all good! I'm usually exceedingly level-headed, and optimistic to a fault, as my post history points out. Maybe it's the state of the world right now, but I was due a tantrum, haha.
  2. I know I'm venting a bit. And, I'm aware others will have differing opinions, but these fall victim to so many bad design pitfalls that it is disappointing. Style is timeless. Fashion, by definition, employs gimmicks, and, by nature, dates itself. This is fashion...and not particularly good fashion, either.
  3. No. I LOVE change. I've been looking forward to a uniform change for years, though I've really liked all iterations of the Falcons' uniforms. This design is a steaming turd, plain and simple, and it's plainly obvious my opinion is not the minority. Yours is.
  4. "For our team. Our fans. Our city." Nah, man. I'm good.
  5. Nope, these uniforms are an assault on good taste.
  6. Just god-awful. Instantly one of the worst designs in the league. How do you **** up red, black, and white?
  7. I was optimistic during the entire lead-up to this release, and really thought they would nail it. These are TERRIBLE. I'm pretty sure these hit the mark for no one, no matter what you were hoping for. I'm not sure how they could have done worse. These are devoid of any good sense of design aesthetic or style. Seriously, seriously disappointed.
  8. Nope, there are plenty of designs I would love, from retro-modern to contemporary. These, however, if truly the final version, SUCK out loud. They violate so many rules of good design - horrible custom font, comically large numbers, drop shadows, side panel-like striping, 90's-era gradients, gigantic name plates. I truly hope these are concepts. The generic "Falcons" name plates give me hope.
  9. We didn't literally say anything like that.
  10. Once again... "They're not over the top. We're not trying to be like the college teams. Nothing outlandish. It's a significant redesign, but it's a level of simplicity to the design that our fans will like." - Morgan Shaw Parker, Chief Marketing Officer
  11. Let's pump the brakes on spreading online rants, and giving credence to "someone in the know." I don't even trust Arthur Blank's take. He's a 77-year-old dude, with no bonifides in clothing style or design. We won't know for sure until we see them, but the voice I trust most, paints a much more optimistic picture. Falcons Chief Marketing Officer, Morgan Shaw Parker, worked for Nike for 10 years before she joined the Falcons, and has been directly involved with uniform and brand design. What did she say about the new unis? "They're not over the top. We're not trying to be like the college teams. Nothing outlandish. It's a significant redesign, but it's a level of simplicity to the design that our fans will like."
  12. Look guys, we have a poster, here, whose manhood is threatened by folks who enjoy style and aesthetics. He doesn't understand it, so EVERYBODY else are the "schoolgirls." Sir, do you not appreciate beauty? What a dull existence that must be. Also, just because we are enjoying the offseason time-killer that is new uniform conjecture, doesn't mean we can't also hold the team's proverbial feet to the fire when it comes to on-field performance. These are not mutually exclusive concepts, and God knows there are plenty of topics on this board *****ing about any number of team issues, both real and imagined. So, do yourself, and eveyone else, a favor -- lighten up a bit.
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