New Mexico State Aggies Logo

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Meaning and history

New Mexico State Aggies logo history

1986

New Mexico State Aggies Logo-1986

The New Mexico State Aggies badge used by the club for twenty years starting 1986, featuring a simple yet bright combination of two letters, “N” and “M”, placed above the white uppercase “State” in a bold sans serif, on a dark maroon background. The monogram had its letters black and white, with the “M” placed a bit lower than “N”, and overlapping it.

2006

New Mexico State Aggies Logo-2006
The redesign of 2006 introduced a new logo concept — with the image of a cowboy placed above a two-leveled inscription. The upper level was taken by “Aggies” in a bold serif font, with all letters capitalized and the first one enlarged. The bottom “New Mexico State” level was set in smaller capitals, italicized on a thin black banner. The cowboy was wearing a burgundy shirt and hat, a white neckerchief, and had a black lasso spinning above his head.

2007 – Today

New Mexico State Aggies Logo

The logo of the New Mexico State Aggies features a caricature of Old West gunfighter and lawman Frank “Pistol Pete” Eaton. Interestingly, the same character was depicted on the historic athletic logo of Oklahoma State used between 1973 and 2000.

On the New Mexico State Aggies logo, Pistol Pete is depicted in cowboy attire (a hat, a vest, and chaps). On the emblem introduced in 2007, Pete is holding two pistols in his hands.

New Mexico State Aggies Colors

CRIMSON
PANTONE: PMS 208 C
HEX COLOR: #861F41;
RGB: (134,31,65)
CMYK: (15,100,37,45)

GRAY
PANTONE: COOL GRAY 7
HEX COLOR: #97999B;
RGB: (151,153,155)
CMYK: (20,14,12,40)

BLACK
PANTONE: PMS BLACK C
HEX COLOR: #000000;
RGB: (0,0,0)
CMYK: (0,0,0,100)

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