College of Fine Arts Stationery Logo

The various versions of the Logo and Wordmarks can be downloaded from the links below.

To download the logos to your computer, scroll down to find the logo or wordmark you would like to use.

  • On a PC, right-click on link listed below the logo image you want and select “save link as.”
  • Note: EPS files will download as PS (postscript file). PS files can be opened with Adobe Illustrator and saved as an .eps or with Adobe Photoshop and saved as a TIF, EPS or JPG.
  • Note: Reverse logos have transparent backgrounds and may be placed on any dark background color. The gray layer behind on the logo file is only for display purposes.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Logo

The college stationery logo is to be used solely on the college stationery. Please refer to the guidelines illustrated in the College of Fine Arts Visual Standards Guide to ensure proper use.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Logo

College of Fine Arts Stationery Logo: EPS

EPS files are acceptable for printing on promotional items, such as brochures, posters, postcards and T-shirts. They can be opened in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop, as well as many other publishing software.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Wordmark

The college stationery wordmark is to be used solely on the college stationery. Please refer to the guidelines illustrated in the College of Fine Arts Visual Standards Guide to ensure proper use.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Wordmark

College of Fine Arts Stationery Wordmark: EPS

EPS files are acceptable for printing on promotional items, such as brochures, posters, postcards and T-shirts. They can be opened in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop, as well as many other publishing software.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Logomark

The college stationery logomark is to be used solely on the college stationery. Please refer to the guidelines illustrated in the College of Fine Arts Visual Standards Guide to ensure proper use.

College of Fine Arts Stationery Logomark

College of Fine Arts Stationery Wordmark: EPS

EPS files are acceptable for printing on promotional items, such as brochures, posters, postcards and T-shirts. They can be opened in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop, as well as many other publishing software.