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Faculty Logos

The Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance logo can be used in colour or in black and white. It can also be used in reverse white on black. In order to support correct use of the logo, it is available, below, in a variety of graphic formats for each of the colour options. Please select the colour option you require and then download the desired format.

The logo generally must be used in conjunction with the U of R logo, and print materials must always conform to U of R Visual Identity guidelines. U of R logo files and guidelines for use can be found under Visual Identity

Please contact the Faculty Administrator if you need more information about the use of the logo.

Download Logos

To download any of the format options, 'right click' on the format you want to download and choose one of the following:

  • 'Save Target As' when using Internet Explorer
  • 'Save Link As' when using Mozilla Firefox
  • 'Save Link As' when using Google Chrome

Choosing the right format

  • EPS (Encapsulated PostScript):

This is a "vector-based" file format suitable for most desktop publishing software. To use this file, "place", "insert" or "import" the file into your desktop publishing software (such as Microsoft Word or Publisher, QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, etc.). Your vendors (printers, graphic designers, sign makers, some web designers, etc.) will prefer this format. Do not try to "open" this file. You most likely do not have graphic industry software (eg: Adobe Illustrator) to open and edit this file.

  • JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group):

This is a "pixel-based" file format generally intended for web application or for the transfer of photographic images. The JPG file can be used in your desktop publishing programs, but with a caution: because the image is pixel-based (bitmap), enlarging it will cause quality reduction and often noticeable pixelization. Also, the JPG has a background fill; that is, the image is not transparent.

  • PDF (Portable Document Format):

These files are supported by most computers. All you need to open these files is Adobe Acrobat Reader. They retain some of the high quality elements of EPS files, and can also usually "place", "insert" or "import" into your desktop publishing software.

Colour Horizontal

 logo image Format Options:

JPG   EPS   PDF

Colour Vertical

logo image

Format Options:

JPG   EPS   PDF 


Black and White Horizontal

logo image

Format Options:

JPG   EPS   PDF 


Black and White Vertical

logo image

Format Options: 

JPG   EPS   PDF


Reverse Blue Horizontal

logo image

Format Options: 

JPG   EPS   PDF 


Reverse Blue Vertical

logo image

Format Options:

JPG   EPS   PDF 


Reverse White Horizontal

logo image

Format Options:

JPG   EPS   PDF 


Reverse White Vertical

logo image

Format Options:

JPG   EPS  PDF