unilogos Review

Posted Tue 15th Sep 2015

Royal Holloway, University of London

royalholloway logo

An description of the logo taken from the Branding Guidelines,

Our logo is made up of two squares, like the two quadrangles of Founder’s Building. It also features our coat of arms, combining the heritage of both Royal Holloway and Bedford colleges.

Is a plain explanation of a neatly put together device. The two squares contain and organise the elements of the logo nicely. The coat of arms is cleanly and simply done, and complimented by the uppercase Corbel. All put together with a vibrant orange that’s unusual for a University. The white on orange means a little of the detail in the coat of arms is lost, but it still manages to fulfil it’s role of signifying tradition.

Tagged : London , Brand Guidelines , Crest , Uppercase , Sans-serif , Orange

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