Found February 20, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
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It’s Roger Goodell’s wet dream to get an NFL franchise in London, so we all better start getting used to the idea of a British influence on the NFL. Is there a better possible way than imagining current NFL logos as slightly more British? Almost certainly, but that way wouldn’t be as fun, so toss it, eh guv’nah? The designs are by David Rappoccio, the artist behind the memorable Peytonized NFL logo designs from last year. He is truly the leading creative mind in satirical NFL logo tweaking. Check out the rest at David’s site. The post NFL Logos With A Wee Touch Of The Brit appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.

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