NIKE EMBLEM, EPS AND CDR

Nike, Adidas and Puma was the worlwide know sports equipment brand. The Nike logo, also known as the “Swoosh”, is an emblem created in 1971 by Carolyn Davidson, an outstanding graphic design student at Portland State University. Carolyn Davidson started as a freelance worker for the company, Blue Ribbon Sports. Working together with Phil Knight, they selected the mark now known as the Swoosh worldwide.

Nike logo, the Swoosh, represents the wing in the renowned statue of the Greek Goddess of victory, Nike, who served as the cause of motivation for the distinguished and audacious warriors. Initially, the mark was regarded as “the strip” but was later named as “Swoosh”, which describes the fiber used for the Nike shoes (http://www.famouslogos.org)
The Nike logo also features its identification name, which is inscribed in the simple bold font. The simplicity of the font in Nike logo portrays the brilliant commercial picture of the Nike Inc.

              

ADIDAS EPS AND CDR LOGO VECTOR

Adidas was founded in 1948 by Adolf Dassler. Adolf and his brother Rudolf previously been established Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik before finally deciding to split up and established their own company. Adolf established Adidas and Rudolf established Puma.
Adidas logo above is adidas classic on left side and present adidas logo on the right side. Adidas logo, is a three parallel striped design that symbolizes the mountain which is to point towards the goals and challenges that lay ahead. Adidas logo was created by Adi Dassler  together with Rudolf Dassler, aiming to provide the athletes with the finest possible gear.

Adidas font on the logo remains simple, catchy and prominent with its plain style. As it is said “The simpler, the better”, Adidas continues to follow the ritual by maintaining the simple yet innovative design. (www.famouslogos.org)

                                 

PUMA SE VECTOR AND FONT

Rudolf and Adolf Dassler founded Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik in 1924. In 1948, Rudolf and Adolf agree to split and forming two separate entities, Puma (Rudolf) and Adidas (Adolf). 

Puma logo is a leaping puma, also known as cougar, panther or a mountain lion. Leaping puma summarizes the power beast-like nature of the firm and its products.  Puma logo currently is wrapped graciously in black hue which depicts immense supremacy and strength of the firm itself.
The font of the Puma logo has maintained the same notion throughout its history in the corporate world. The bold font featured in Puma logo projects the firm’s stability and prominence.
     

LA LAKERS LOGO, EMBLEM VECTOR

The Los Angeles Lakers is a professional basketball team and the pride of Los Angeles, California, United States. LA Lakers founded in 1947 and in 1948 joined NBA and have won 16 times NBA champion since that. LA Lakers played their home game at Staples Center. Purple, gold and white is the team colors used for jersey and merchandise.
LA Lakers logo filled with their team colors: purple, gold and white. Download LA Lakers logo vector for free in cdr and eps format in the links below 

            

BURTON SNOWBOARD LOGO VECTOR

Burton Snowboards Inc. is one of the first snowboard companies in the world. Founded by Jack Burton Carpenter in 1997 and it begins when his started making his own boards in a borrowed woodworking shop in Stratton, Vermont. Burton Snowboards Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets a full line of snowboarding equipment, clothing, bindings, boots and related accessories. 

Burton developed his origins modest into a flourishing enterprise with offices in Europe and Japan that served customers in 27 countries. Burton Snowboards well-known as worldwide leader and manufacturer of snowboards and related accessories. Recognized as an industry pioneer, Burton controlled roughly 40 percent of the U.S. snowboarding market, more than any other company in the world.

Burton Snowboards has a simple and elegant logo. Most people will remember Burton logo from the first sight. Get Burton Snowboards logo vector for free on the download links below: