Seattle Bowl Logo

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The Seattle Bowl logo was very dynamic. You could feel the implied motion in the way the basketball was depicted and, even more, in the two large blue curves surrounding it from both sides.

And yet, the lettering below looked pretty static, and in this respect, it failed to support the pictorial part of the logo. Nevertheless, there was a certain agreement between the depiction of the football and the word “Seattle” due to the curved angles.

Meaning and history

Seattle Bowl Logo history


Seattle Bowl Logo-2001
The initial logo for Seattle Bowl was introduced in 2001 and featured a clean and modern composition with the brown rugby ball enclosed into a frame of two horizontally set blue and white swoosh-like orbits, set above the two-leveled inscription in black sans-serif capitals. The upper text-line was executed in a fancy custom narrowed font, with its tall letters shadowed, while the bottom line had its letters extended and placed a bit far from each other, being outlined in light purple. There was also a solid blue ellipsoid with a white “2001” datemark, placed above the inscription and under the emblem, on the left side of the badge.


Seattle Bowl Logo

The life of the Seattle Bowl was pretty short – it was played only in 2001 and 2002 as a continuation of the Oahu Bowl. It used to be held between college football teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Pacific-10 Conference.