Los Angeles Rams accused of plagiarism in creating a new logo!
The Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League have officially unveiled their new logo. However, it was not without problems. The team was accused of plagiarism in creating a new logo.
The design of the new logo is part of the Rams’ global rebranding, prior to moving to the new SoFi Stadium. But not everything goes according to plan. To begin with, the new logo appeared on the web a couple of weeks before the official presentation. Even worse, the fans didn’t like it and were disappointed when it was revealed that the leak was not fake.
Fans don’t like that the new Rams logo is now similar in color to the Los Angeles Chargers emblem. It’s funny that the “charger” itself at one time had to endure a wave of dissatisfaction with the new emblem after the move.
But in the case of the Rams, another problem arose. The updated logo looks suspiciously like that of the NCAA Division 2 team Angelo State University.
There are a lot of coincidences, because the mascot of the university team is also a ram. The color scheme is also similar. It’s very strange that the Los Angeles Rams chose this option, because they worked on the logo for two years with the participation of designers and focus groups. It’s amazing that no one was aware of the existence of such a similar logo.