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The only thing I don't like is the lack of black outlines used on the graphic. To me it makes things look so much sharper.

But to everything else and the project in general, I really like it.

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Overall, this is a great concept.

My take (32 years in packaging design and marketing)

Some bordering could be added to create focal points and flow.

You could play with Gold on the Black Banner and a keyline within the numbers

to create a simple double outline.

Play with it a little and you will quickly see what works and what does not.

I am debating the value of the background.

My knee jerk reaction is that it is not needed.

Other reaction is that you could simplify the design to give it a retro look.

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ok thanks guys i'll take the ideas and tweak it a little. I'm not real good with photoshop so let me see if this is what you guys mean.

I should change the uni to the retro lose the back ground add black to the border outline and gold to the banner?

Noooo.

Add some out line to the Oval segments.

Atlanta Falcons is washing out a Keyline will bring it forward.(thin stroke)

See how this looks with out the back ground (crowd)

You can use a back ground color 30% Black or multi angle gradient/mesh

Could really make it POP.

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I like the font for "Atlanta Falcons", but if you want to try the actual font from the logo, just Google "falcons font" and download the one from dafont.com, then unzip/extract it, and copy/paste into your windows/fonts folder (assuming you're using windows).

Might look cool, but I like where you're going with it.

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In the above Illustrations (Sorry Supes)

The Reds and Grey' are incorrect, the colors were chosen to be

what looked good on screen.

The Greys turned out Lavender at print.

So for Simple Greys just use a %Black on screen until you can get a pantone book

or download and print out a Pantone color chart.

Falcons Red is actually close to PMS 185.

But for your screen, I would use PMS 186 which is slightly darker and

will still present itself at Print with a decent color value.

Send me a PM if you need anything else, but for Photoshop I am terrible.

Export with paths using the Illustrator option if you ever want to go to prepress.

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I like the font for "Atlanta Falcons", but if you want to try the actual font from the logo, just Google "falcons font" and download the one from dafont.com, then unzip/extract it, and copy/paste into your windows/fonts folder (assuming you're using windows).

Might look cool, but I like where you're going with it.

Font modified is Adobe Serpentine.

I have volumes of MAC Postscript fonts.

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