letter" C "carried out in a custom-made sans-serif typeface with angular shape and a diagonal cut of the upper line's end. The dark red color of the emblem made it look powerful and expert, evoking a sense of passion and determination. It was an entirely various "C", which indicated the individuality and authority of.
the club. 1904 The redesign of 1904 brought a wishbone-style "C" in the exact same intense and intense shade of blue. The pointed aspect of the letter was put only from its within part, that made the logo design look special and amazing. The upper serif was enlarged and rounded, adding sophistication and smoothness to the image.
1906 1907 The blue "C" changed its contours again in 1907, is composed in a traditional serif typeface with delicate sharp and playful ends of the line, that made the emblem appearance elegant and contemporary. 1908 1911 The last" C" version of the logo was produced for White Sox in 1908 and stayed for three years. 1912 1917 The new concept of the club's visual identity was introduced in 1912 and included an enlarged letter" S" in a classy typeface with sharp and elongated serif, a small" O" positioned in its upper part, and an "X ", in the bottom. All three letters were performed in the exact same font style and utilized a calm yet extreme blue color. They were positioned right on the blue" S" and included some fun and playfulness to the composition, which remained almost unblemished, simply the" O" and" X" had their contours reduced and expanded a bit. 1919 1929 The symbol from 1912 came back in 1919 and stuck with White Sox for another 10 years. 1930 1931 Blue reddened and all the aspects of the logo got a thin yet strong black summary in 1930. The contours of the letters remained the exact same, though the size of all three symbols lessened, making the logo design more well balanced and strong. The new color combination meant enthusiasm and energy and reflected the effective character of the club. 1949 1970 A totally new logo created for White Sox was introduced in 1949 and featured an intense yellow circular badge in a black summary, with a gradient white sock.