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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby PotatoeEatsFish » Sat Mar 26, 2016 1:24 am

Another |expletive| license plate for Nebraska! Good job guys! :clap:

But seriously, they're going to replace it with something else now, right? I mean it's being made fun of all over the country...
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby mrsticka » Sat Mar 26, 2016 2:38 am

Sometimes I wish I was in a parallel universe where Nebraska didn't change their license plates every 3 to 6 years and still used the county numbers for Douglas (1), Lancaster (2) and Sarpy (59) on them.

I mean, Washington's had the same plate design for the last 25 years-Mount Rainier.

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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby GetUrban » Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:21 am

I like the classic Colorado plate designs the best....

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Mountains lend themselves well to plate design.

Which do you like the best?

http://www.theus50.com/fastfacts/licenses-state.php

I like the simplicity of Delaware and New York's plates too. I don't really like the ones that have some sort of screen printed image on them. They don't seem bold enogh.
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Postby ShawJ » Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:47 pm

GetUrban wrote:I like the classic Colorado plate designs the best....

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Mountains lend themselves well to plate design.

Which do you like the best?

http://www.theus50.com/fastfacts/licenses-state.php

I like the simplicity of Delaware and New York's plates too. I don't really like the ones that have some sort of screen printed image on them. They don't seem bold enogh.


Really like this New Mexico one: http://www.theus50.com/newmexico/license.php

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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby mrsticka » Sun Mar 27, 2016 6:11 am

I made another custom Nebraska plate. I enlarged the images and used black serial codes instead of brown ones. I've even included a sunset-like effect. I'll admit this isn't the best design in the world. You may not like it, but I think we can all agree it's better than the one that will be issued starting next year.

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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby jessep28 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:35 am

They should call the people who created Union Pacific, Creighton's or UNO's plates instead of letting some DMV bureaucrat design it next time. But I guess that the people who don't like it are just disparaging an iconic piece of this state's history: http://www.omaha.com/news/nebraska/like ... 244b1.html

Speaking of UNO, did they receive the 500 applications needed to get their plate approved yet?
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Postby GetUrban » Sun Mar 27, 2016 11:07 am

I think part of the problem is the plates no longer have the prisoner-pressed raised letter numbers they once had. They're just too one-dimensional now. I do like the New Mexico one.
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It has the raised letter look or simulated raised letter look...hard to tell for sure.
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby TitosBuritoBarn » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:07 pm

The new Nebraska plates kind of remind me of these specialty plates you can get here in Illinois.

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Postby Garrett » Sun Mar 27, 2016 11:00 pm

TitosBuritoBarn wrote:The new Nebraska plates kind of remind me of these specialty plates you can get here in Illinois.


Is that why I've never seen any of those?
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Postby omaha79 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:41 pm

jessep28 wrote:Speaking of UNO, did they receive the 500 applications needed to get their plate approved yet?


I asked recently and was told they "have a ways to go."

That's kind of disheartening since they did nothing to promote this at the hockey and basketball games this year after the first weekend. They should have had a table set up with someone handing out applications at every home hockey and basketball game. And, there should have been multiple reads during the games with a promotional graphic on the video board. They did none of that.

They had a table set up for the opening series against Air Force and nothing after that. It's pretty unforgivable, honestly. Sometimes, UNO's D-II organizational mentality creeps back up. After the press release in October and a table at the Air Force series, I've received one email about it and have seen a couple of facebook updates...That's it.

I get the feeling they may be holding on to my $75 for quite some time at this point.

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Postby HR Paperstacks » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:23 pm

Now that would be really cool!

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Postby S33 » Wed Mar 30, 2016 10:29 pm

mrsticka wrote:I made another custom Nebraska plate. I enlarged the images and used black serial codes instead of brown ones. I've even included a sunset-like effect. I'll admit this isn't the best design in the world. You may not like it, but I think we can all agree it's better than the one that will be issued starting next year.

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i actually really like this one. Unfortunately, the numbers obscure the artwork too much.
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Plategate: Whose Sower is it? Local artists say Nebraska’s license design more closely resembles 
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Postby iamjacobm » Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:04 am

Hahahaha. It is close, but the left hand makes it obvious.

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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby mrsticka » Thu Mar 31, 2016 4:34 am

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mrsticka wrote:I made another custom Nebraska plate. I enlarged the images and used black serial codes instead of brown ones. I've even included a sunset-like effect. I'll admit this isn't the best design in the world. You may not like it, but I think we can all agree it's better than the one that will be issued starting next year.

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i actually really like this one. Unfortunately, the numbers obscure the artwork too much.

Sorry. That couldn't be helped.

I used the county numbers for Douglas, Lancaster and Sarpy counties because I don't like that they were discontinued. I know Sarpy didn't like to stack their 59s, but in an unintentional way, it was somewhat unique. Sometimes, even with less than 5 digits of serial, Sarpy would still stack their 59s.

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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby S33 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 9:45 am

There's no way Sarpy is 59th in population anymore. Anyone know what their ranking is now?
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

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S33 wrote:There's no way Sarpy is 59th in population anymore. Anyone know what their ranking is now?

My guess without doing any research is third.

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HR Paperstacks wrote:
S33 wrote:There's no way Sarpy is 59th in population anymore. Anyone know what their ranking is now?

My guess without doing any research is third.

Now that I think about it, it would easily have to be third, and at least a 100k behind Lancaster
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Postby Coyote » Thu Mar 31, 2016 10:39 am

County Total Population
Douglas 531,208
Lancaster 293,400
Sarpy 165,787
Hall 60,220
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Man, they sure did screw that up! Looks like Ricketts will be a one-termer now for sure. Time to start over on the plates.
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Postby mrsticka » Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:41 pm

To be fair, Sarpy was 59th in vehicle registration when those numbers were assigned way back in 1922. But the population grew so rapidly in the decades following largely in part due to Omaha.

If the numbers were reassigned, Sarpy would definitely be 3. Douglas would still be 1 and Lancaster would still be 2.

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Postby nebugeater » Thu Mar 31, 2016 6:23 pm

Not sure why I did this but here are the 93 Nebraska counties in order of the 2012 population.

The first Column is their rank by Pop. in 2012
Second Column is their # designation from the time they were numbers
Third is the Name
Fourth is the 2012 Population totals


Interesting note: Six counties are in the same slot today as they were early on


OrderCO name 2012
# Pop
1 1 Douglas 531,208  
2 2 Lancaster 293,400
3 59 Sarpy 165,787
4 8 Hall 60,220
5 9 Buffalo 47,574
6 21 Scotts Bluff 36,908
7 5 Dodge 36,613
8 15 Lincoln 35,998
9 7 Madison 35,113
10 10 Platte 32,560
11 14 Adams 31,391
12 20 Cass 25,148
13 18 Dawson 24,161
14 3 Gage 21,787
15 70 Dakota 20,853
16 6 Saunders 20,820
17 29 Washington 20,283
18 16 Seward 16,965
19 11 Otoe 15,735
20 22 Saline 14,525
21 17 York 13,837
22 65 Box Butte 11,312
23 48 Red Willow 10,994
24 4 Custer 10,782
25 43 Colfax 10,550
26 36 Holt 10,404
27 39 Cheyenne 10,065
28 27 Wayne 9,489
29 37 Phelps 9,217
30 18 Dawes 9,170
31 24 Cuming 9,081
32 28 Hamilton 9,029
33 13 Cedar 8,774
34 12 Knox 8,577
35 25 Butler 8,298
36 19 Richardson 8,269
37 68 Keith 8,204
38 46 Merrick 7,804
39 33 Jefferson 7,554
40 44 Nemaha 7,186
41 40 Pierce 7,184
42 55 Thurston 6,928
43 31 Burt 6,661
44 26 Antelope 6,525
45 52 Kearney 6,509
46 30 Clay 6,416
47 49 Howard 6,319
48 53 Stanton 6,118
49 35 Dixon 5,917
50 34 Fillmore 5,756
51 66 Cherry 5,743
52 23 Boone 5,420
53 61 Sheridan 5,351
54 41 Polk 5,299
55 57 Johnson 5,161
56 32 Thayer 5,147
57 38 Furnas 4,908
58 64 Morrill 4,892
59 42 Nuckolls 4,442
60 47 Valley 4,225
61 72 Chase 4,041
62 71 Kimball 3,786
63 45 Webster 3,753
64 58 Nance 3,716
65 51 Harlan 3,426
66 50 Franklin 3,192
67 56 Sherman 3,118
68 75 Brown 3,016
69 74 Perkins 2,948
70 67 Hitchcock 2,881
71 54 Pawnee 2,780
72 60 Frontier 2,730
73 62 Greeley 2,463
74 63 Boyd 2,058
75 73 Gosper 2,030
76 76 Dundy 2,004
77 83 Garfield 1,992
78 78 Deuel 1,978
79 77 Garden 1,962
80 81 Rock 1,385
81 80 Sioux 1,317
82 79 Hayes 955
83 82 Keya Paha 797
84 84 Wheeler 796
85 87 Logan 773
86 85 Banner 759
87 93 Hooker 720
88 89 Thomas 692
89 92 Grant 628
90 88 Loup 592
91 86 Blaine 514
92 90 McPherson 504
93 91 Arthur 478
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby jessep28 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 7:55 pm

This is completely overboard, but since the design is selected on even years, there's always going to be a primary election in the Spring. The state could select a block of design candidates and shoehorn a vote into the primary ballot. That would eliminate the issues seen in 2010 when they tried to put a vote up to the internet.
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby nebugeater » Fri Apr 01, 2016 7:18 am

Looks like there may be a legislative movement to delay thing a year for the plate update.

Sounds unlikely that it will be successful though.


http://www.omaha.com/news/legislature/l ... 66f61.html

LINCOLN — A state senator is hoping the Legislature can step in and stop a controversial new license plate from being issued.
State Sen. Burke Harr of Omaha introduced an amendment Thursday that would delay issuing a new standard license plate design for a year......................
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby GetUrban » Fri Apr 01, 2016 9:01 am

Nebraska will probably be sued by Michigan for using their copyrighted sower design, if they don't redo the plate design.
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State stops production of controversial license plate

“Given that we know with certainty that the image incorporated an element of a different sower, production has been stopped on the new license plate,” Lahm said
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Postby jessep28 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 7:55 pm

Before: They're already in production. Too bad. If you don't like them, you hate your state's history.

After: Our mistake. It's no big deal to redesign them.
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Postby GetUrban » Fri Apr 01, 2016 9:36 pm

I vote for Coyote's design!

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Postby skinzfan23 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:08 pm

jessep28 wrote:Before: They're already in production. Too bad. If you don't like them, you hate your state's history.

After: Our mistake. It's no big deal to redesign them.

I was thinking the same thing. Absolute BS. I also loved their explanation as to why there was no public input. Didn't have time to set it up since Ricketts took office. He took office in January 2015. So basically they are saying in 14 months they couldn't put together a simple poll?

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Postby skinzfan23 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:11 pm

Here is a design I saw on Facebook:

I really like it but wish the First National building was a little taller. The artist said he wanted to make it taller, but the sticker needs to go above it.

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Postby S33 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 3:25 pm

GetUrban wrote:


Man, they sure did screw that up! Looks like Ricketts will be a one-termer now for sure. Time to start over on the plates.

Really? A "one-termer" because of a license plate? :roll:
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Postby RNcyanide » Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:19 pm

The easiest thing they could do would just remodel the image off the right sower. Honestly I bet that's what they will do.
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Postby GRANDPASMUCKER » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:33 pm

We don't care if it was bald headed Pete or some dim wit government employee that thought that Sower gay was a good idea, we just want it out of here. For gods sakes go ahead and use a covered wagon or what ever you dumb S.O.B.s but dont use a guy who looks like he has his hands on his junk or something. Come on now! That Sower guy makes me nervous. Don't do this to us! You can not be serious! :grr:

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Postby daveoma » Sun Apr 03, 2016 12:33 am

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GRANDPASMUCKER wrote:We don't care if it was bald headed Pete or some dim wit government employee that thought that Sower gay was a good idea, we just want it out of here. For gods sakes go ahead and use a covered wagon or what ever you dumb S.O.B.s but dont use a guy who looks like he has his hands on his junk or something. Come on now! That Sower guy makes me nervous. Don't do this to us! You can not be serious! :grr:

I think they should have your choice of different designs representing a unique nonprofit. Those are really popular in Nevada. It's much better than having a government employee pick some random design.

At the very least they should open a competition for graphic artists across the state to show off their talent.

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Postby S33 » Sun Apr 03, 2016 10:31 pm

Sower gay or sower guy?

Big difference, Grandpa.

If it was sower gay, that satchel would be much more fashionable.
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Re: Idea For A Graphic Design For New License Plates In 2017

Postby GetUrban » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:53 am

New proposal:

Each person wanting to register a vehicle in Nebraska shall be responsible for designing their own license plate, or procuring services from a qualified graphic artist for a design, and submittal of the design to the state for production and issuance.

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Postby nebugeater » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:01 am

GetUrban wrote:New proposal:

Each person wanting to register a vehicle in Nebraska shall be responsible for designing their own license plate, or procuring services from a qualified graphic artist for a design, and submittal of the design to the state for production and issuance.

Problem solved.




That is not completly new. That is what was done from 1905 - 1915

http://www.dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/plates/plthistory.html

Motor vehicles were first registered in June 1905. Individuals made their own plates, and registrations were recorded with the Secretary of State. The plates were made of leather with metal numbers. This practice continued until 1915 when the Department of Motor Vehicles began issuing the plates. The Department assigned numbers to the plates, which were then made of metal. From 1915 to 1939 the plates were two colors, which changed every year. In 1922, the state established the practice of using prefix numbers to identify the counties in which vehicles were registered. Each county was assigned a number based on the number of registered vehicles in the county at that time. The county with the most vehicles, Douglas, was assigned the number 1; the county with the second highest number of vehicles, Lancaster, was assigned number 2; and so forth. From 1903 to 1920 only a single plate was issued for each vehicle. In 1921 two plates were issued for each vehicle.
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Postby GetUrban » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:26 pm

The state would still have to set the standards for the graphics, such as intelligibility, letter size, etc. Eventually, a few businesses would probably dominate the process, so if you were lazy, you could just order whatever plate design options you want from a catalog and place the order online.
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