While not only meant to be a database, this site will operate with idea of regular logo news updates.
Thanks to Tony Blalock with Texas Redzone Report, we see a new logo to start the New Year.
Cypress Falls moves from the Eagles moniker and a generic repurpose of the Philadelphia Eagles logo to now being called the Golden Eagles.
In a Facebook post on January 1, 2019, Cypress Falls announced the news.
New year…new logo! We are so excited to share with you our new GOLDEN EAGLE logo. It’s the GOLDEN eagle with the true school colors – Hunter Green and Vegas Gold. Thank you @austinjdunson We love it.
The Austin they mention comes from Austin J Dunson, who is a graphic designer for a public school district in Houston. According to his bio, he manages all print and web publications, oversees brand management for the district and its schools and create all graphics for social media.
Here is a side-by-side comparison of the two logos.
This is a great upgrade. For starters, it moves away stealing/repurposing professional or collegiate logos. High schools run rampant with this premise, so to see a school recognize a change is needed and come up with something completely fresh idea that is nowhere near the same as the previous is refreshing.
The only critque with the new logo is the exclusion of white. Either the beak or eye or both need to incorporate white, but that’s a minor quibble with an otherwise perfect, new logo.
Thanks again to Tony Blalock for the tip, and if there are any upcoming or recently announced changes, please contact us through the website, email or on Twitter.