This logo commemorates the 85th anniversary of the university, designed with a friendly atmosphere.
This anniversary logo was designed in an emblematic style to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the university. The logo is surrounded by a laurel leaf decoration, with the word “85th” in large letters, and the name of the university and the year of its founding in the center.
The laurel decoration, which is often seen in emblems, has been used as a symbol of victory, glory, and honor in Europe since ancient times. The laurel has been used as a symbol of victory, glory, and honor in Europe since ancient times. The laurel is often engraved on the certificates, medals, and shields of athletes who win competitions, artists who are honored, and military personnel.
The laurel tree has been deformed into a simple and flat shape and used as a motif to decorate the emblem. Many anniversary commemorative designs have a sense of dignity, but this design was created with a sense of the present in mind, so that it can be accepted by a wide range of generations, including young people who are currently in school.
The logo is carefully surrounded by fine laurel leaves, as if to honor the long years of the 85th anniversary. The overlapping of the small leaves gives the impression of a long history, and I thought it was an elegant way to honor the anniversary. The letters are all packed into a round frame, which fits well and gives it a special emblem-like feel. It is made in one color, blue, so that it conveys the freshness and brightness of a university and the seriousness of a study house. By eliminating light and shiny textures, the logo evokes an image of lightness and youthfulness. One spot of glittering decoration is drawn in dark pink, creating a quiet but playful point of reference.
I felt that by adding the freshness and youthful sensibility of students while honoring tradition, the mark shows a more modern university. I think the logo will be useful not only for handouts and commemorative items, but also for special websites for commemorative projects and projects, and I think it will be very useful in a variety of situations, such as social networking sites, to give a strong impression of the 85th anniversary. The logo design will be popular among both current students and alumni.