Superbowl 57 and its design

Are you ready for some football? The Super Bowl is coming up, and this year it’s in a very special location: Arizona!

This isn’t just any old Super Bowl. It’s Super Bowl LVII, and it’s bound to be a good one. The high-flying Kansas City Chiefs against the multi-talented Philidelphia Eagles should put on a good show. I think collectively the football world cannot wait to see Patrick Mahomes battle Jalen Hurts on the big stage playing in the biggest game of the season.

Not only will the game be exciting, but the location is beautiful too. Arizona is known for its sunny skies and stunning landscapes. Arizona is the perfect setting for America’s biggest sporting event. From the rocky red cliffs of Sedona to the cactus-studded deserts of Tucson, there’s something beautiful to see around every corner.

Superbowl LVII: A Look Back

It is always nice to look back on past the big contest and the teams that play in them. This is the fourth time that the big game has been held in Arizona with Glendale, the location for this year’s event, hosting it three times. The first time Arizona played host was in 1996 when our team the @Dallas Cowboys played the @Pittsburgh Steelers for a great classic game. Sadly, we didn’t get there this year but maybe next time.

The art direction of this event is also something that stands out. The logo, which was designed by Lucinda “La Morena” Hinojos, is an excellent contrast to the previous logos in the past. This year’s logo has pops of color with Arizona’s vibrant fun nature. Hinojos @lamorena_art, who is Mexican-American and Apache Native American, is both the first Chicana and the first Indigenous artist to paint the official Super Bowl artwork. For her, the artwork represents a spiritual and cultural masterpiece, that will inspire and inform everyone of her native culture and history. She hopes the piece will be a symbol for everyone to remember who you are and embrace the very thing that makes them different.

We love the design and hope the NFL seeks to bring many more departures from the standard normality for their logo designs.

Why Arizona Is a Beautiful Place to Play

The Super Bowl is set to take place in a truly breathtaking location: Glendale, Arizona. Arizona is the perfect place to host this major sporting event with its iconic red rocks, gorgeous sunsets, and lush green landscapes.

The Desert Landscape and Flora of Arizona

When talking about the beauty of Arizona, you can’t ignore the unique desert landscapes that make up the majority of the state. This includes some of the most iconic features of Arizona, such as the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley. But there’s so much more to explore! From towering saguaro cacti to exotic wildflowers, the desert is full of hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

In addition to its stunning scenery, Arizona is home to a wide range of diverse flora and fauna. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting during Super Bowl LVII, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of cacti and succulents bursting with vibrant colors! For those looking for a more natural experience, Arizona also has plenty of hiking trails leading through forests, canyons and rivers.


The Super Bowl is a time when people from all over come together to celebrate the athleticism and strategic planning of the best football players in the country. But the Super Bowl is more than just a game. It’s also a time when people can come together to enjoy the beauty of Arizona.

We cannot wait to sit down with family and enjoy everything the event brings especially the commercials.



Plenty of people are unaware of the rules behind monogram design.  Before we begin with the discussion on protocols, let’s talk about what a monogram actually is.  A monogram, according to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, is a sign of identity usually formed of the combined initials of a name.  A monogram is a design, consisting of one, two or three combined or linked initials used to represent a person’s or a couple’s identity.  Below are some examples of how to use each style.

His and Her’s

Monograms may be used to add a special touch to a personal item to mark a special event, a milestone or an achievement, to give it more meaning.  The rules for personal monograms are pretty simple and may be summarized by the following rules:

Monogram styles, rules and protocols

Engaged Couples

As a general rule, engaged couples should not use their married monogram initials until after the wedding ceremony takes place.  As an alternative, engaged couples may use a combination of their first name initials or just simply spell out their first names, ie., K&B or Katherine & Brandon.  Traditionally the woman’s initial is first, but it is up to the couple how they want to list the initials or names for monogramming.

Modern-day exceptions allow for engaged couples to use their married monogram for items in their registry. The married monogram may also be used in the wedding invitations, announcements and other related wedding items like wedding programs, aisle runner or unity candle.

Monogram design, rules, protocols and styles
Monogram styles, rules and protocols

After the Wedding

Couples can begin using their married monogram initials once the ceremony has taken place. Typical monograms consist of the husband’s last-name initial in the center and the first-name initials of the couple on either side in a smaller font.

If the couple is not going to share a last name after the wedding ceremony, they can use the two initials of their last names side by side in the same font. The couple chooses the order of the initials. I.e., Hudson and Lee would be “HL” or “LH.”

Monogram styles, rules and protocols

Monogram design could be simple enough for you to create on your own. Some stationery vendors also accept monogram design service for more elaborate options. Some styles may include small graphic elements that not only represent the person/ couple’s identity with motifs related to the of occasion that’s being celebrated.