Tigers Wordmark Logo
The Jackson State Tigers have a long and proud history of excellence in NCAA sports. Their wordmark logo is an iconic representation of their achievements over the years, featuring a fierce tiger with its paw raised in victory. The logo has been around since the early 1960s when it was designed by a former art professor at Jackson State University (JSU), Dr. Charles Smithson.
Throughout its history, the JSU Tigers' wordmark logo has undergone several revisions to keep up with modern trends and remain relevant for fans across all generations. In 2003, for instance, designer Bill Lacy updated the look by adding bolder outlines to give it a more impactful presence on apparel and merchandise pieces alike; this update also included swapping out some colors from deep purple to black or white depending on what type of product was being produced at any given time.
Today's version of the JSU Tiger’s wordmark remains true to its original design while still offering something fresh that resonates with new generations of fans who come through every year cheering them on! It serves as a reminder that no matter how much things change over time - like fashion or technology - there are certain symbols associated with our school spirit that will never go away: namely our beloved mascot standing strong amongst us all!
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Jackson State Tigers
Initials “JSU” with the year 1877 in blue next to the wordmark “JACKSON STATE UNVERSITY” in blue.Font: Unknown