Marianna Tolo hopes the new logo will spark a new era of Canberra Capitals dominance.
The Capitals will unveil the new design on Thursday, which comes off the back of their drought-breaking WNBL championship earlier this year.
Any eagle-eyed Canberrans would have caught a glimpse of the new logo on the billboard on the corner of the University of Canberra.
It's taken inspiration from the Black Mountain Tower, Parliament House and a number of other Canberra icons.
Capitals co-captain Tolo is a fan of the new emblem - her third one across her time in Canberra.
The Capitals will look to defend their crown in the upcoming WNBL season having ended a nine-year title drought.
In a good omen, championships have come in pairs for Canberra having gone back-to-back on three occasions.
"It's actually really exciting to get a refresh and a rebrand. A signal of moving into a new phase," Tolo said.
"Having the success of last year is a good time to do that.
"We've been the winningest team in history and hopefully that continues now under the University of Canberra.
"That was the first one last year and hopefully that will continue."
Tolo's overcoming a foot problem, but was confident she would be ready for the upcoming season - which tips off against Adelaide at the AIS on October 13.
Tolo played against Epoupa in Europe and knows exactly what she'll bring to the WNBL - serious wheels.
Her only concern? That she'll able to keep up with the French international.
"I played against her in Turkey and also in France and she's quick," Tolo said.
"I'd say she's probably the fastest player going around. Really good defence and really quick.
"She'll be great for our team. I'm really excited to play with her."
Capitals coach Paul Goriss described Epoupa as a "Lamborghini on two wheels".
Her signing will help cover the loss of Leilani Mitchell and Kelly Wilson.
Goriss said they had two spots left on the roster - one for a back-up guard and the other for another "big".
He said part of the sell to bring her down under was the chance for the 25-year-old to force her way into the WNBA.
"One of her goals is to get to the WNBA so I sold it a little bit that we have great players here that play in the WNBA," Goriss said.
"She'll get to play with three WNBA-grade players in Kia [Nurse], Kelsey [Griffin] and Tolo.
"If she's going to make the WNBA she needs to play around those type of players that have been there and done that and are going to make her better as well."