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World Cup radial bracket for soccer-obsessed designers. Pledges will fund printing of a 5 color poster. Pledges of $25 or more will get a print!
World Cup radial bracket for soccer-obsessed designers. Pledges will fund printing of a 5 color poster. Pledges of $25 or more will get a print!
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      Gavin Hamill on July 3, 2010

      Good stuff :) I appreciate the outline of South Africa is probably not recognised by many people, so it's a good opportunity to fix that. If you need to identify it more clearly, there's always the vuvuzela :)

    2. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 3, 2010

      Gavin,
      Great comment. This is something I'm aware of and was planning to update. I'm working on anotherpiece that compiles the history of all 19 world cups which will include a consistent identity set for all the tournaments. The logo ontheposter will be updated before it goes to press.
      Cheers,
      D

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      Gavin Hamill on July 3, 2010

      Em, that's not a graphic of South Africa :) it'd be like using a graphic of the whole of Europe for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

    4. Greg Bauer on July 2, 2010

      This is a great idea! The layout is a great way to represent all the different Groups. ESPN's World Cup site was dreadfully useless...

    5. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 2, 2010

      I would love to! It had actually occurred to me. I'll give it some thought so its feasible to print them. I'll let you know what I come up with. Thanks for the suggestion and for the pledge!
      D

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      Emily on July 2, 2010

      Could you do one of these for every World Cup? It would be a beautiful series.

    7. Deroy Peraza 2-time creator on July 2, 2010

      That's in there. The teams in the group ring are organized by rank and labeled 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, etc.
      D

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      Albert Urshansky on July 2, 2010

      i think it goes, left to right with 1st place on the left within the group.

    9. Rich Williams on July 2, 2010

      Hey Deroy,

      Adding the scores is a great idea, I was thinking something similar, how do I know USA was first place in its bracket above England? would love to see that as well...

      thanks!
      rw