The Minnesota Vikings are already awaiting a new luxurious stadium, but what if they also revised the helmets, uniforms, and logo?
A number of devoted fans and designers have taken their shot at redesigning the Vikings helmets, uniforms and logos.
Could you imagine Adrian Peterson smashing through the offensive line wearing one of these options?
Featured are a number of Minnesota Vikings’ helmets, uniforms, and logo designs. Some are interesting options that fans may like and others may strike a nerve with some fans.
Images are by multiple authors including, Charles Sollers, a photographer from Missouri for Rivals.com. By now you have probably seen some of Sollers work as he also has provided numerous images of college helmets and uniforms.
Also featured are the new Nike Pro Combat uniform designs by Brandon Moore. Brandon Moore is a graduate of Full Sail University with an Associates of Science degree in Graphic Design. He specializes in logo design and branding.
The gallery also displays work by Mr. Design Junkie, who has created numerous creative images that spread around the internet.
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The main difference between the NFL and College Football is the sense of tradition. From the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys to the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills of the AFL, the NFL has tradition, but would something like this ruin it?
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