Inspiration – New Orleans Pelicans Logo Facts, Meaning, History & PNG

New Orleans Pelicans Logo

New Orleans Pelicans logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • Download PNG New Orleans Pelicans Logo PNG As a very young professional basketball team, the New Orleans Pelicans have had only one primary logo so far.
  • During the first 12 years of its history, the team was called the New Orleans Hornets.
  • It was only in 2014 that the club received its current name and the first logo was introduced.
  • As the most prominent part of their logo New Orleans Pelicans used a stylized pelican.
  • There’s the lettering “New Orleans” above, while the word “Pelicans” is placed below.
  • 2002 — 2008 The very first badge for the club was created when its name was New Orleans Hornets, so the hornet was in the center of the composition.
  • The insect was drawn in a funny caricature manner, in a sea-blue and bright blue color palette, and was placed between the two parts of the wordmark, set in the uppercase of a bold geometric Sans-serif typeface.
  • The current Pelicans logo boasts a dark blue badge with a stylized gold and blue pelican holding a ball in his beak, a white arched lettering above it, and the red rounded element at the bottom, with the white “Pelicans” inscription, arched from the center.
  • A gold (or brown) basketball can be seen under the bird’s red bill.
  • Another logo sports a gold basketball, which is placed inside a red circle in such a way that a red crescent is formed above the basketball.
  • Nola symbol One more logo features the white word “NOLA” (which refers to the city of New Orleans) in the same type as the one used on the primary logo.
  • A red fleur-de-lis symbol can be seen above the lettering.
  • By using the round elements, the author of the New Orleans Pelicans logo managed to create a symbolic link between the name of the team, the emblem, and the wordmark.
  • Color The official palette includes navy blue (PMS 289), gold (PMS 872), which is actually more like brown, and a bright and eye-catching shade of red (PMS 186).

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