The Indianapolis Colts announced changes to their uniforms and introduced a new logo and wordmark Monday, making tweaks that honor the team’s come in Indiana and its past in Baltimore.
The changes include a new “Colts” wordmark reminiscent of the franchise’s old font, a new secondary logo featuring a block “C” with the outline of Indiana inside the letter and new jersey numbers, which mirror Colts uniforms from the 1950s and 1960s, when the team was still in Baltimore.
Cool logo, Colts! We dig it! Do you know what other sports logo we dig? The one from Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, which looks so very, very, VERY eerily similar to yours!
In a totally unrelated question, what’s the going penalty fee for crimes of intellectual property theft and trademark infringement these days?