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  1. Many thanks BobBobSuperBob You've been a big help already. I'll probably draw something as my computer skills are not good. Using this forum is push them to the limit. When you said about taking a picture or logo already in existence would it not fall foul of copyright issues?
  2. Thanks BobBobSuperBob. That's similar to what I was thinking. At the time I had thinking of polo shirts of black, red and white in 3 or 4 different sizes and slowly expand from there. My problem not being the creative person is the logo. But what with the first game of the season this week something might pop into my head.
  3. I was thinking of doing something like that not long after the club dropped the coat of arms. I had hoped to the coat of arms myself but I believe there would be big problems with copyright. If I could come up with a City related logo I would revisit it as I can good quality t shirts, polo shirt etc etc, which are not to badly priced. I personally think the quantity and price of the club's own clothing is very poor and has been for the last couple of seasons.
  4. Don't like the badge. Hated the robin when I was younger and still hate it. Theirs nothing unique about it. The new desgin is a similar style as the Brentford badge and we are not the only club that uses the robin. Cheltenham and Swindon are the first ones that come to mind. Lots of people go on about club identity so what can be more identifiable than a club from Bristol, using the Bristol coat of arms. The more often we change the badge the less identity we have. Lots of people also go on about tradition. The club has used the coat of arms for more years than the robin. If the club wants a kit and badge that is unique and traditional it needs to be the red and white along with the purple and lime kits with the coat of arms. Leave the badge alone. Just seen the Carlton badge which is also a similar style.
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