Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo

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The athletic logo of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is simple and memorable.

Meaning and history

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo history

1968 – 1992

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo-1968
The very first badge of the Wake Forest Delon Deacons team was created in 1968 and stayed untouched for decades. It was a circular logo, with the image of an old man in a tall hat, drawn in a brown and black palette on a white background, enclosed into a thick white frame in a double black outline. The full wordmark was written around the perimeter of the frame, in black serif capitals, with two parts of the inscription separated by two solid black eight-pointed stars.

1993 – 2006

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo-1993
The redesign of 1993 kept the club’s mascot on the logo, but redrew it in a more modern way, adding some anger and a sense of danger to the old man portrait. Now the image was placed on the right part of the badge, at the end of the “Wake”, set above the “Forest”. The inscription was executed in a fancy serif typeface, in the uppercase, with the first letters of both words enlarged. The lettering was executed in the same brown and black color scheme, as the portrait.

2007 – 2019

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo 2007
There is nothing but two letters on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons logo: “W” and “F.” The first one, the “W,” is positioned to the left of the “F” and slightly higher in the line. In this form, the emblem has been used since 2007.

2019 – Today

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo

What is Wake Forest Demon Deacons?
Wake Forest Demon Deacons is the name of the college football team from the Wake Forest University, located in North Carolina. The club played its first season in 1888, and today it is coached by Dave Clawson and successfully competes in Football Bowl Subdivision.

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Colors

RGB: (158, 126, 56)
CMYK: (35, 45, 92, 12)

HEX COLOR: #000000
RGB: (0, 0, 0)
CMYK: (0, 0, 0, 100)