September 25, 2013
Richmond Tigers Logo Evolution

Logo Review: Richmond Tigers

Launched in 2011 on the way upwards, the Richmond Tigers revitalised a logo that lasted (at least in modern terms) for a fairly long time – 16 years. The club was born in 1885 and entered the competition in 1908, originally making a reputation as a particularly gentlemanly and sportsmanlike club. The Tigers name was Read More

Port Adelaide Power Football Club Logo Evolution

Logo Review: Port Adelaide Power

One can’t feel anything but a little bit strange about the Port Adelaide brand story – here is a team famously known by all fans as the Magpies, a proud black and white team with a history of success in the SANFL. This is a club that became successful enough to get an AFL license, Read More

September 22, 2013
North Melbourne Kangaroos Football Club Logo Evolution

Logo Review: North Melbourne Kangaroos

For a team that many thought would see a breakout year, 2013 was a disappointment on all fronts for the Kangaroos. After a number of late-game fadeouts, the high-scoring team could only manage 10th spot while scoring the 3rd highest amount of points in the league. The main thing that Kangaroos fans would be pleased Read More

August 10, 2013
Melbourne Demons Football Club Logo Evolution

Logo Review: Melbourne Demons

In 1858 a group of men got together to play football. That club became the Melbourne Demons, who are now the oldest club in Australian Rules history. That oldest club is now going through another incredibly tough period in their history. After what appeared to be some signs of life after a long period of Read More

July 15, 2013
Hawthorn Hawks Football Club Logo Evolution

Logo Review: Hawthorn Hawks

Hawthorn may now be the most successful AFL club of all time. Does that mean their logo is up to scratch or are they resting on their laurels?