Jay-Z recently unveiled the black-and-white logo for the Brooklyn Nets that he designed himself. During the midst of announcing his upcoming “Made in America” music festival press conference Hov explained his inspiration for the logo’s creation with MTV news. ”I wanted to make it really classic and strong, a throwback to Brooklyn and what we’re about. It’s real gritty and we’re not about flash — well, sometimes. Just the roots of Brooklyn as this very bold, strong, simple logo,” he said. “It was really a take off the old subway signs, if you look at the old subway signs they were in black and white. It was that strong, beautiful, iconic black and white. I wanted to pick something that would stand the test of time and be here forever.” Jay-Z was in Philadelphia to announce his two-day Budweiser “Made in America” music festival, which he is both curating and headlining…#HelloBrooklyn
Watch Video of Hov explaining his inspiration of Brooklyn Nets Logo HERE!