A “Style Guide” for 75 Years

3 comments Written on June 24th, 2011 by
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni

There's a good chance you've started to see MU's 75th Anniversary logo show up here and there, especially if you follow us on Facebook or Twitter... but have you seen the new 75th Anniversary rugs? Now is your chance.

Whether this is your first, second, or third glimpse, this will give you an idea of what I've been up to for the past few weeks in my task of creating and implementing this celebratory logo.

75th Anniversary Logo (and acceptable variants)

Each of these versions of the logo were used in our first batch of promotional items. See if you can spot them all below.

Promotional Usage

Here's how we've used the logo thus far.

Full-color sticker

This dramatic portrayal of the logo is almost as cool as the...

"Holographic" sticker

Proving that holograms aren't a thing of the past, this sticker gets all of the "ooh's" and "aah's" around here.

Pennant

Good for hanging on your wall, or waving in the air as you listen to the Beach Boys' "Be True to Your School".

"Gray" Rug

"Gold" Rug

Come step on these in-person ("gray" is at the west entrance of Sutcliffe and "gold" at the south). If your feet are muddy, don't wipe them on these just yet; we want it to stay nice for a few days at least.

*Please note, these items are not for sale at this time, but we are working on an option that will make MU products available for purchase. More on that in a future post.

Coming Soon

75th Anniversary wallpapers for your computer desktop will be posted soon. Stay tuned!

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Creative Director / Lead Designer at Multnomah University and Freelance Graphic Designer.

3 comments “A “Style Guide” for 75 Years”

Those Logo’s look great! As a Multnomah alumni I am glad to see things looking so good! Keep up the good fight!

Blessings

Pastor Duke Taber

Thank you so much! We know you alumni deserve the best we can give! Keep up the good work, Pastor!

Cool logo. Especially the ‘holographic’ sticker.