You know what stinks about the NFL? That you like it. And your buddies. And everybody else you know. Man, we liked the NFL so much better when it wasn't "popular" and "a television institution" and "part of our national consciousness."
Thankfully, the good folks over at Kissing Suzy Kolber know where we're coming from. They've taken those oh-so-ubiquitous NFL team logos and turned them into something that represents us, man. The Hipsters. And they've done it the right way: by recycling. Behold a few of the logos here, if you can handle some actual truth in your world.
Above, we've got our environmentally responsible competitors in this weekend's NFC championship game. Below, Cleveland rocks the ever-fashionable plaid:
Next, San Diego Instagrams its logo. So you say it's just a crappy picture with a pseudosophisticated, willfully crude filter smearing it into something that's not even close to art? Shows the limits of your imagination, man.
Finally, New Orleans is known for music. And what's the best way to consume music? Vinyl, of course. Better than MP3s. Better than live and in person. If you disagree, well, that's most definitely your problem.
Enjoy the rest of them over at the KSK site. And now that you're checking them out, we're on to something else. We liked them before you did, after all.