Monthly Archives: January 2011

Rating the Super Bowl Logos: Part V

Previously in this series: Part I | II | IIIĀ | IV Super Bowl XXI: A very different approach from the last few, this goes for an even more retro look, while still achieving a new milestone for the future. This is the first Super Bowl logo that actively tries to represent its home stadium with […]

Rating the Super Bowl Logos: Part IV

Previously in this series: Part I | II | III Super Bowl XVI: Similar logo to the last one, but now it’s gold-embossed and in a fat font with sharp edges. They really tried to make this one look special. And yet… something seems off. Maybe it’s how 80s it all is. Maybe it’s the […]

Rating the Super Bowl Logos: Part III

See Part I and Part II of this series. Super Bowl XI: Basically, a reprise of the Super Bowl VIII logo, only with red, white, and blue colors. I guess because this was the year AFTER the bicentennial and this game was held at the Rose Bowl instead of the South. Oh, and it’s also […]

Rating the Super Bowl Logos: Part II

See Part I of this series. Super Bowl VI: After Super Bowl IV’s vaguely Old West styling, this logo goes all the way to looking like it belongs on the door of a saloon, so naturally it represents the Super Bowl’s return to New Orleans. For a Texas Super Bowl, I’d call this possibly the […]

Rating the Super Bowl Logos: Part I

Partial credit for this idea must be given to the inimitable Lore Sjoberg’s Book Of Ratings, which despite showing its age and not being updated in a while, rates such important things as “Ways To Go Straight Up” and “Aspects of the ATM”, and will tell you, among other things, the clue hiding in plain […]