Be honest, does Romp in the Swamp sound too kinky for a football rivalry? How about Battle on the Bayou?
11 months ago
I like "Romp in the Swamp" precisely for that reason. Hahaha. Battle on the Bayou would most likely be a little more PC for the conservative Southern folks. Either way, that's some slick looking typography.
how about "the STOMP'N in the SWAMP"
btw, ROMP does sound a little hinky...
I like stomp, but I'm afraid I'd have to get all country and say it like "Stomp'n in the Sawmp."
Stomp is clever, but you might be right Bennie. It kind of has a hoedown vibe when you say it that way.
Hullabaloo in the Bayou?
Slaughter in the Backwater?
Last Stand in the Wetland?
ROMP IN THE SWAMP! Go for it, man!
WOW? Hullabaloo in the Bayou. Last stand on the wetland? @ Mason: Were you a Monster Truck Rally Announcer at any point? "This SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! If you're not there you'd better be dead, or in jail, and if you're in jail BREAK OUT!"
Romp in the swamp is brilliant. Go bold! The type is awesome.
You'll pay for the whole seat, BUT YOU'LL ONLY NEED THE EDGE
There is a kids concert that happens every year in Memphis called rock and romp. so maybe not?
The banter on this alone is all I need!
It's The Swamp guys... where only Gators get out alive. NIce type Bennie!
i love the design as a design, but it doesn't feel like college football at all. What if you tried some typography which had more of a classic collegiate feel?
I don't know if I agree with you @Michael Hester- with the right color treatment it could be spot on for this type of thing.
Either way it looks great.
You are right @Michael Hester but surely we should encourage people to break the mold? This is a lovely style with its roots set away from football, but there is no reason it cannot be incorporated into sports based design. Not to mention 'college football' design is becoming laughably clichéd.
Ryan Murphy and Christopher MacDonald, I'm not saying that it should go towards a cliche look or that pushing the boundaries should be avoided. What I am saying is that sports and college football has a context that cannot be denied, and when something has no resemblance to those visual cues, I think you risk a disassociation. All design has a context, and I think cool things can be done within that realm that still push the boundaries without dismissing a context if that makes sense.
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