Found May 20, 2012 on
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Charles Sollers, a photographer from Missouri for Rivals.com has created a new concept design for the Denver Broncos helmets.
Also featured are the new Nike Pro Combat uniform designs by Brandon Moore. Could you imagine Philip Rivers or Ryan Matthews wearing this?
By now you have probably seen some of Sollers work as he also has provided numerous images of college helmets and uniforms.
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.
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