All questions about the use of the logo should be directed to Texas A&M Forest Service communications office.
Which one do you need?
- EPS files are vector and for designers or vendors,
- PNG/JPGs are for web/display use, and
- WMF is for use in Microsoft Office products (Word, Publisher, PowerPoint).
The official Texas A&M Forest Service logo is to be used on all official electronic and print publications, reports, correspondence, business cards, news releases, advertising, displays, invitations and awards. The field uniforms utilize a circular patch design on the shirt sleeve.
To ensure consistency in agency publications and to protect the integrity of the logo, please adhere to the following guidelines:
- The logo can be produced in black or reversed out in white for use on dark backgrounds.
- The logo has a transparent background and should not appear with the white box background.
- The logo should be used in its entirety, with no alterations or visual distortions.
- The logo may be reduced or enlarged as necessary, provided it is not distorted, maintains its original shape and meets the agency’s high-quality standards. (To ensure the logo is resized proportionally, hold down the Shift key while dragging to enlarge/reduce the logo.)
Which logo file do I use?
- The .jpg, and .png files are generally used online.
- The .tif and .eps files are more appropriate for print.
When printing a professionally produced 4-color process print job, such as with a professional printing company, the logo should always be reproduced using the following Pantone colors:
- Pantone Aggie Maroon
- Pantone 423 C for the gray
- Pantone 575 C for the green in the tree
- Pantone 350 C for the green in the patch
- Pantone 7762 C for the brown in the patch
- Pantone 9142 C for the tan in the patch
- If you are printing on a color office printer, there is no need to worry about the specific PMS colors