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Utah Jazz Logo Design Ideas and Inspirations
- The present logo completely returns to team's early years logo in New Orleans and Salt Lake City. Almost everything is the same except the color scheme Navy Blue, Dark Green and Dark Yellow. The return to their original logo marked an evolution has gone full circle as an acknowledgement to the team's heritage.
- The revival of the music note also happened because many of the team's fans made a resounding sentiment to bring it back. For many fans in the community, it was the logo they grew up watching the Jazz play in.
- The classic "J" stylized as eighth note and tri-colored basketball also featured prominently in their new 2016 graphic package. You can see more of their Primary, Woodmark Partial, J-Note Partial, Tri-Colored Ball Partial and Secondary logo inside their official tweet below:
Utah Jazz Logo History and Trivia
- The history of Utah Jazz logo can be traced back to March 7, 1974 when New Orleans became the 18th member of NBA. At the time, Fred Rosenfeld and Sam Battistone paid $6.15 million for the franchise. Shortly after, a contest was held to name the team with eight semi-finalists emerged: Jazz, Dukes, Crescents, Pilots, Cajuns, Blues, Deltas, and Knights.
- On June 7, 1974 the team officials announced a new name would be New Orleans Jazz.
- With three contestants entered the Jazz name on the same date, the team had Miss New Orleans, Kay Johnson, to choose a winner out of a hopper. The winner was Steve Brown, a 27-year-old broker and transplant New Yorker. Brown, a self-proclaimed Jazz freak who had once played in a league with Julius Irving, said, I grew up on Knickerbocker basketball, but this is my team now." He received two Jazz season tickets and a trip to the 1975 NBA All-Star Game in Phoenix.
- As the undisputed "jazz capital of the world", the city embraced the new name. And, for the second time, Jazz had been born in New Orleans. To convey a distinct Mardi Gras theme, purple gold, and green colors were used and the logo featured the 'J' as an eighth note. The team colors were actually selected prior to the name.
- As with the tradition of Mardi Gras, the three original team colors were emblematic of the following: purple for justice, green for faith, gold for power.
- The Jazz remained in New Orleans for five years (1974-79) before ownership decided to move the team to Salt Lake City following the 1978-79 season. Despite no history of Jazz music in Utah, the name was kept.
- The "J" Note logo remained until 1996 when the Jazz drastically updated their logos which featuring silhouette of the Wasatch Range on the center chest, with a stylish new Jazz script, and purple and turquoise details. The mountain logo would then be updated twice in 2005 and 2010 before the team returned to classic "J" Note again in 2016.
Utah Jazz Color Codes (RGB, CMYK, Hex, Pantone)
The Utah Jazz colors are Navy, Dark Green, and Dark Yellow. Use CMYK and Pantone (if applicable) color for printing. For websites, blog, fan page you can use Hex or RGB color codes.
RGB: (0, 43, 92)
HEX COLOR: #002B5C
PANTONE: PMS 289
JAZZ DARK GREEN
RGB: (0, 71, 27)
HEX COLOR: #00471B
PANTONE: PMS 350
JAZZ DARK YELLOW
RGB: (249, 160, 27)
HEX COLOR: #FFFFFF
PANTONE: PMS 137