California Riverside Highlanders Logo

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The monogram logo of the California Riverside Highlanders, rendered in official colors, is highly recognizable. With it, the brand indicates its location, demonstrating solidity and power in its brevity.

California Riverside Highlanders: Brand overview

Founded:1990
Headquarters:
Riverside, California, U.S.
Website:gohighlanders.com
The California Riverside Highlanders is a sports division belonging to the University of California in Riverside. It consists of seventeen intercollegiate teams participating in the Big West Conference. Since 1998, it has competed in NCAA Division I. The nickname Highlanders is linked to the campus’s location: it’s situated right at the base of Box Springs Mountain. Additionally, the Box Springs reserve adjoins the educational institution campus.

Meaning and History

California Riverside Highlanders Logo History

One of the team’s old logos looks like a round black and white mark with the inscription “University of California Riverside.” In the center is a bear walking in a plaid kilt – the main mascot of the school, nicknamed Scotty Highlander. This emblem was used until 2002. A new emblem followed it, for which designers used modern graphic techniques. Now, the bear looks more aggressive. It shows its teeth and sharp claws to intimidate opponents. Numerous shadows and contours create a 3D effect.

What is California Riverside Highlanders?

The California Riverside Highlanders (or UC Riverside Highlanders) is an athletic department comprising 15 student teams from the University of California. They compete in the first division of the NCAA and are members of the Big West Conference.

1990 – 2002

California Riverside Highlanders Logo 1990-2002

2003 – 2011

California Riverside Highlanders Logo 2003-2011

2012 – today

California Riverside Highlanders Logo 2012-Present

The lower half is the phrase “University of California Riverside Highlanders,” arranged in an arc. The first and last letters in the word “Riverside” are very large. The nickname “Highlanders” is depicted on a separate white ribbon. In 2012, the inscription was significantly reduced, and the mascot disappeared. The bear’s place was taken by a monogram of intertwined “U” and “C.” Only the yellow Riverside remained at the bottom, curved upwards in the form of an arc.

Font and Colors

California Riverside Highlanders color codes

Celtic BlueHex color:#2d6cc0
RGB:45 108 192
CMYK:77 44 0 25
Pantone:PMS 285 C
Dark Midnight BlueHex color:#003066
RGB:0 48 102
CMYK:100 53 0 60
Pantone:PMS 294 C
Chinese YellowHex color:#f1ab00
RGB:241 171 0
CMYK:0 29 100 5
Pantone:PMS 137 C
Dim GrayHex color:#7a6e67
RGB:122 110 103
CMYK:0 10 16 52
Pantone:PMS Warm Gray 10 C
BlackHex color:#000000
RGB:0 0 0
CMYK:0 0 0 100
Pantone:PMS Process Black C