Minnesota Vikings is an extremely popular American professional football team, playing in the North Division of the National Football Conference (NFC). Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the group was originally founded in 1960 as an expanding group.
Viking is one of the most successful American football teams in history, having the highest winning rate in the NFL. They played games at their home yard at Bank stadium in Minneapolis.
Vikings Logo shape
The Vikings Logo design was first introduced in 1961 and has just some slight change over the years. Often considered one of the most iconic symbols of American football, it represented a blonde Norwegian patriarch, wearing a special horn on his head and a long mustache.
History of Vikings logo
The original drawing of the Viking logo was done by Karl Hubenthal who was Los Angeles Times sports cartoonist in 1961 for the General Manager of the Minnesota Vikings Bert Rose who had contacted him. The design of the logo simulates the fierce warrior from Scandinavia, which is now becoming Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The Northmen – the people of the era who lived there referred to the warriors.
in 1966 the Vikings logo changed to a right facing viking which look cleaner. It has a yellow face with purple banner helmet and two horns. Also there is yellow braided hair and mustache.
The Vikings tweaked their Norseman logo in 2013, clearing the shade, changing the shape and the horns base, thickening the face and the mustache, shortening the braid and brightening the gold tones. The horns base of the Norseman is now similar to that of Minnesota’s helmets.
Vikings Logo color
The Vikings logo has four colors; Yellow, purple, white and black. All of these colors stand out for elegance, prestige, passion, energy and optimism.
Vikings Logo Font
Viking logo uses a hand-drawn typeface.