St. Jude Logo

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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was established in 1962 by entertainer Danny Thomas. Since then, the organization has been working as apediatric treatment and research facility.

Meaning and history

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Logo history

1958, 1962 – 2006

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Logo 1958

The main emblem of the first logo depicted a child’s silhouette drawn in orange with several white rays emanating from their head (the background itself was grey). Below, the organization’s name ‘St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’ was written in orange, capital letters.

1994 – 2006

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Logo 1994
In the 1994 version, the design was the same, except the emblem moved to the middle, the orange was replaced with red (throughout the logo), and the font changed to a slimmer, serif letters with lowercase, as well as uppercase.

2002 – Today

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital logo

Over its more than half-a-century history, St. Jude has gained quite a few victories. Before the research hospital appeared, only 4 children diagnosed acute lymphoblastic leukemia out of 100 survived. Now, the survival rate is 94%.

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St Jude symbol

The visual center of the St. Jude logo is a child making a prayer. Next to the child, there is the full name of the research hospital, as well as the name of the founder.

Medical emblem

St Jude emblem

St. Jude Medicalis a company specializing in manufacturing cardiovascular medical devicesand neurostimulation devices to treat chronic pain. Its logotype was developed by Stealing Share. The turned square placed inside a structure of squares is supposed to symbolizethe ability tocontrol risk.


Font St Jude Logo

The highly legible sans serif typeface seen in the St. Jude logo has a traditional look and does not even try to break the mould, which seems perfectly appropriate for the type of organizationSt. Jude is.


Color St Jude Logo

The dark red color of the emblem is the color of blood, it presumably symbolizes life and health. The lettering is black, while the background is white. In some cases, accents in other colors are also acceptable (golden, grey), while red, white, and black always dominate the palette.