Soaring Hawk Artmark
The soaring hawk artmark provides a graphic representation of the university’s mascot, the crimson hawk, for all uses in which the IUP Athletics Crimson Hawks graphics would not be appropriate.
The hawk should always be situated and appear to be flying from left to right. It should never be flipped or tilted to appear to be flying up, down, or diagonally.
The hawk may be cropped, but its head should always appear.
The soaring hawk can appear in Pantone 201 IUP Crimson against white or light-colored backgrounds and should be reversed out in white on all dark applications.
It may also be reproduced in black and white. It should not be reproduced in IUP Gray or in non-IUP colors without prior approval of the IUP art director in the Communications and Marketing office.
There should never be more than one hawk in the artmark.
Don't do this.
Nothing should be added to the hawk as embellishment. The hawk should never carry anything or be made to look as though it is landing on anything.
The hawk should never be outlined or semitransparent or appear in any colors other than IUP Crimson, white, or black.
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Hotline
© 2007–17 Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1011 South Drive, Indiana, Pa. 15705 | 724-357-2100