The real UP Fighting Maroons logo has been unveiled
(SPOT.ph) It looks like the confusing "new" Fighting Maroons logo was just an option and its release was "unintended, unauthorized and unofficial." Early on July 20, the official UP Diliman Facebook page released the "real" new logo designed (with no charge) by Mandy Reyes, Pete Jimenez, Dan Matutina, Kay Aranzanso, Ralph Guibani and AJ Dimarucot.
The logo prominently features a raised left fist, with the wrist forming a distinct M-shape. The school letters flank the icon and everything is in the familiar school colors.
The new logo has been met more positively compared to the previously leaked version, but a few have noted the subtle militant undertone. Check out the rest of the designs:
The Isko and Iska, for use in merchandising and other promotional materials
The Oblation will be used as an "internal logo," symbolizing cohesion and can be used to identify members of the team or community.
The "M" fist can also be used for merchandising and promotional materials.
The "partial primary logo" can be used when the name of the team and the school are not needed.
Also read: 10 Thoughts on the New Fighting Maroons Logo