About: (Est. 1973) “The Ms. Foundation for Women fights to eliminate barriers for every woman in the U.S. For 40 years, we have worked tirelessly to secure women’s rights and freedoms with a special commitment to building the power of low-income, immigrant and women of color. At our core, we are advocates giving a voice to women to elevate their most pressing issues. We’re continually investing funds, time, expertise and training in more than 100 trailblazing organizations nationwide to secure a better future for ourselves, our families and our communities.”
Design by: Sullivan.
Ed.’s Notes: Nice double use of the “M” as “W”. Bigger view of the logo and sample applications below (or after the jump).
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About: (Est. 2012) “Seattle Reign FC is one of eight clubs that will compete in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) beginning in the Spring of 2013.”
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Ed.’s Notes: Detail view of the logo and (a nicer) alternate version below (or after the jump).
Relevant links: SB Nation story.
About: “Following a comprehensive review of elite player development in the United States and around the world, U.S. Soccer created the Development Academy in 2007 to improve the everyday environment for the elite youth player.The Development Academy is a partnership between U.S. Soccer and the top youth clubs around the country to provide the best youth players in the U.S. with an every day environment designed to produce the next generation of National Team players. The Academy’s programming philosophy is based on increased training, less total games and more competitive games.”
Design by: Stone Ward.
Ed.’s Notes: Larger view of the logo below (or after the jump).
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Provided quote: “The 4 stripes represent the 4 pillars of the academy. 2 stars for the 2 main age groups. Crest is their connection to the U.S. Soccer National Team program and affiliation with U.S. Soccer in general.”
Founded in 1973, London-based women’s retailer Monsoon, who hold almost 133 stores across the UK, has recently revamped their identity.
WTA, the Women’s Tennis Association, is the principal organizer of women’s professional tennis, the WNBA of the tennis world. It consists of 2,225 athletes, representing 91 nations, competing for more than $86 million in prize money. The new identity is meant to symbolize the modernization of the organization, and will be showcased throughout its 53 annual events and four Grand Slams in a wide variety of media. WTA recently unveiled its new identity, created by Chermayeff & Geismar