CJ Zilligen The UFL Project by CJ Zilligen

Branding a 32-team fictional football league and the individual teams through design, custom typefaces, and unique rationales appropriate for each location.

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UFL 2.5 Full

May 11, 2018

With fresh eyes, I went back and tidied up the mark by removing superfluous elements and giving the letterforms a little more love. I also revised the Redzone typeface I created back in October, perhaps a 2.0 version in the works? I don'...

UFL 2.5

May 11, 2018

With fresh eyes, I went back and tidied up the mark by removing superfluous elements and giving the letterforms a little more love. I also revised the Redzone typeface I created back in October, perhaps a 2.0 version in the works? I don'...

Wichita Flyers Typeface

April 11, 2018

Custom team typeface for the Wichita Flyers, featuring angles in the letterforms that resemble the contour and aerodynamics of an aircraft.

Wichita Flyers Uniform

March 27, 2018

Playing with some more presentations for the project. Credit to NIKE for the original donor photo.

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Wichita Flyers

March 19, 2018

Team 22/32 of #TheUFLProject – the Wichita Flyers. Wichita, Kansas is known as the “Air Capital of the World”, producing over 42% of the world’s general aviation fleet, thus a franchise named the “Wichita Flyers” is fitting. The city be...

San Jose Outlaws Typeface

March 12, 2018

Custom block typeface for the San Jose Outlaws.

San Jose Outlaws Uniform

March 08, 2018

Really trying to push my Photoshop composition skills, which has always taken a backseat as far as my overall style and design focus is concerned. Thanks @Doug Houvener for the awesome template.

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San Jose Outlaws

March 06, 2018

Team 21/32 of #TheUFLProject – the San Jose Outlaws. The San Jose Outlaws, one of the first franchises of the UFL, are named after Tiburcio Vásquez, an infamous California bandito of the mid 1800s, though the visual identity is weighted...