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Milwaukee Bucks Logo Design Ideas and Inspirations
- The Bucks new logo design features a fierce and forward-looking ahead buck to showcase determination and focus on the front path only.
- Interestingly, compared to its previous 2006 version, the Buck is more mature now. The designer also creatively expanded its rack from 8 to 12 points to show the maturation of the Buck. Furthermore, this also underlining the point the Buck has become an even greater force.
- The negative space between the antlers also designed to resemble a basketball
- The M shape placed within the chest chevron clearly placed as a homage to Milwaukee
- The new woodmark features a font designed with hard edges that appear almost cut from metal, and industrial but classic proprietary font juxtaposed against the curvature of the logo represents a symbolic union of urban and rural Wisconsin.
- Good Land Green, the Bucks' traditional color for almost 50 years, represents Wisconsin deep woods and diverse landscapes. "Milwaukee" also supposedly based on Algonquian word meaning "The Good Land".
- Cream City Cream is the foundational color of Milwaukee Bucks brand identity. The cream color also refers to Milwaukee's old nickname "The Cream City". At the late 19th century, cream-colored bricks were used for constructing many buildings. Uniquely, the Bucks is the only NBA team using a cream hue.
Milwaukee Bucks Logo History and Trivia
- Milwaukee Bucks logo history can be traced back to 1968. At the time a fan contest was held to choose the team's name with 40,000 entries. The "Bucks" name actually was the second-most popular choice compared to "Robins" that came out as the most-voted fan entry (robin is the Wisconsin's state bird).
- Despite that, the contest judges chose the bucks, which was also referred to Wisconsin's official wild animal, as the winner.
- A fan named R.D. Trebilcox was awarded a new car for his reasoning that bucks were spirited, good jumpers, fast and agile.
- The Bucks’ first logo was created by Matt Kastelic, an artist at Jacobs-Keelan, Inc. in Milwaukee. Kastelic’s whimsical, confident, sweater-wearing deer was officially nicknamed “Bango” in 1977.
- Together with NBA and Brooklyn-based design firm Doubleday and Catwright, the franchise spent 9 months to create this new logo together with their secondary, tertiary logos and other identities.
Milwaukee Bucks Color Codes (RGB, CMYK, Hex, Pantone)
The Bucks colors are Good Land Green, Cream City Green, Great Lakes Blue and Black. Use CMYK and Pantone (if applicable) color for printing. For websites, blog, fan page you can use Hex or RGB color codes.
BUCKS GOOD LAND GREEN
RGB: (0, 71, 27)
HEX COLOR: #00471B
PANTONE: PMS 350
BUCKS CREAM CITY CREAM
RGB: (240, 235, 210)
HEX COLOR: #EEE1C6
PANTONE: PMS 468
BUCKS GREAT LAKE BLUE
RGB: (0, 125, 197)
RGB: (6, 25, 34)
HEX COLOR: #000000