Daily: February 25, 2014

Joe Featured On Rock Paper Ink

see url Joe Bosack's work first grabbed my attention a few years back when I was doing visual research in the initial phase of designing 12 mascots for a new local Arizona school district. As I collected modern, well crafted mascots and typography samples, I would always check the credits. I noticed that 90 percent of the samples I gathered were Joe's. There aren't too many people doing sports team identity work, or doing it well. Many times, after seeing a new team mascot introduced, or a collegiate sports logo makeover revealed, we are horrified at the result, and particularly disgusted at how

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Joe Unveils Bradley Mascot

buy cheapest viagra online PEORIA, IL - During pre-game festivities for the Bradley men’s basketball game against Loyola University, Chicago on February 22, the University introduced its new gargoyle mascot —Kaboom! — with an elaborate pyrotechnics display featuring flashing lights, loud sounds and smoke. The desire to develop a new mascot arose during the athletic department’s re-branding process in 2012. Research revealed a desire by the school’s many constituents to explore the introduction of a mascot to represent the campus-wide community.  More extensive research suggested the gargoyle as the most popular option. Working with Joe Bosack & Co. and Street Characters Inc., Kaboom! is now a