Jaguars Wordmark Logo
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been a staple of the NFL since their inception in 1995. The team has had several logo designs over the years, but one thing that has remained constant is their wordmark logo. This iconic design features an italicized font with a jaguar head silhouette at the end of each letter.
The original version of this logo was created by artist Christopher Creamer and was unveiled when the team began to play in 1995. It featured a bold black font with white trim and small details such as stars within each letter to give it some extra flair. Over time, minor changes were made to this design, including changing from black to teal for all letters except for “J,” which remained black, and adding grey shading behind certain letters like “A” or “S” for added depth perception.
Although slight variations may exist due to jersey updates or special occasions (like Color Rush games), this classic wordmark remained unchanged from its original form almost 25 years ago. Fans around Jacksonville still proudly wear apparel featuring this timeless emblem, signifying their love for football and loyalty towards something more than just another professional sports franchise- the spirit of community found within Duval County itself!
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Double lined wordmark “JACKSONVILLE” in gold above “JAGUARS” in black with a slight arch.Font: NFL Jacksonville Jaguars by The Sports Fonts
Wordmark “JAGUARS” in teal, black and gold.Font: Unknown
Wordmark “JAGUARS” in white and “JACKSONVILLE” in gold inside teal cat head shape.Font: Unknown
Wordmark “JAGUARS” in white with black shadow and teal and gold outlines and “JACKSONVILLE” in black above.Font: Unknown