Sequence photography is a technique of shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. Sequence photography is a wonderful way of conveying motion in a static image. A merged photo sequence can radically show a different perspective much more than what can be captured in a single image.
Chances are, your favorite team has a fairly silly logo. The vast majority of them are cartoonish in nature, but at least the ones today look good. Computer animation, slick artwork, and fine-tuned quality control churn out logos that may be geared toward children, but at least look good on that ridiculously overpriced Official Team jacket you’re wearing.
This was not always the case though. In the earliest of times, sports logos were simply crudely drawn letters signifying the team: B for Boston, NY for New York, SOS for any team from Cleveland, stuff like that. But then the teams started getting creative and artsy. They shouldn’t have. They really, REALLY shouldn’t have.
10. Boston Celtics, 1950-1968
The Celtics have long been represented by a leprechaun, but at least the current one looks the part. This was their first vision of one which, while awful in basically every way, wouldn’t be all that disturbing except that he has boobs. What’s worse: they’re not bad-looking. You could motorboat those things. Awful nice of him to crudely draw the letters N.B.A. on his Jughead-looking crown, by the way, in case we forgot what sport we were watching.