ColorWerx

Converted by Falcon Hive

With the recent unveiling of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals' alternate uniform, I thought I'd take the opportunity to present the Cards' current uniform set.

Helmet to be used with all three uniforms (right side):



Home/Dark jersey:



Road/Light jersey:



Alternate jersey:



Light pants:



Dark pants:



Alternate pants:



Primary socks (worn with light and dark pants):



Alternate socks (worn with alternate uniforms):

Here's the RGB-optimized version of the just-released NBA All-Star Game logo for the 2010-2011 season, to be played in Los Angeles:



Version to be used on dark backgrounds:



(With all of these posted graphics, click on the image for a larger size.)
Here are today's updates:


    A massive update on ColorWerx.us:


    In addition, the following leagues have had some minor updates:


    I will work on Lacrosse, additional Soccer, and other various leagues before concentrating on minor league basketball.
    As most of you know, I have been working on moving the SSUR (The Society for Sports Uniforms Research) moniker over to something more color-specific. I created the “ColorWerx” trademark for that very purpose. As of last Thursday (04/08/2010), I moved my website over to a new hosting company, and performed a minor re-working of the site to remove the SSUR references and replace them with ColorWerx. Eventually, I will be unveiling a complete overhaul of the site (it’s a really old and crappy FrontPage-thing right now), but I thought it was somewhat important to get the word out to let everyone know of my intentions.

    As you have also seen, I have created a logo (see previous post) for this new focus and direction. Hopefully, it conveys the aspects of this new approach:
    • Continued professional and collegiate sports colors research.
    • Research of colors and color science in printing, fabrics, and especially digital media.
    • The creation of various utilities for assisting in graphic design – color matching, detailed color specifications, analyzing color trends in fashion and sports, etc.
    Any and all comments, criticisms, etc. are greatly appreciated!

    ColorWerx.us

      New ColorWerx Logo!

      4/06/2010 02:25:00 PM , , , 0 comments

      I have been developing a new logo that will allow me to move forward in my color science and research endeavor:



      In addition, I have developed a "secondary" mark - using the 'CWx' acronym:



      If anyone's wondering, I used Orbit for the typeface...here are the colors used - I used four of the new PANTONE Goe system's base colors:



      Just as an FYI - all PANTONE Goe base colors have numeric equivalents as well - PANTONE Strong Red C equates to PANTONE 32-1-7 C, PANTONE Bright Green C equates to PANTONE 105-1-7 C, PANTONE Medium Blue C equates to PANTONE 94-1-7 C, and PANTONE Neutral Black C equates to PANTONE 165-1-7 C.