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Block M and typographical wordmark can be used for stationery, print materials, websites. Components may be used separately. Two new “stacked Block M” marks are also now available.
The typeface used in the U-M wordmark is “Book Antiqua.”
PMS 294U blue uncoated stock; for letterhead, uncoated print materials PMS 7406 yellow
PMS 294 Blue – Coated
PMS 294 U Blue – Uncoated
7406 C Yellow – Coated
7406 U Yellow – Uncoated
U-M HEALTH SYSTEM
The typeface used in the U-M Health System wordmark is “Univers 67 Condensed Bold.”
PMS 2757 blue and PMS 129 yellow (uncoated)
PMS 2768 blue and PMS 143 yellow (coated)
CMYK colors: C100, M75, Y15, K30 (blue); C0, M35, Y100, K0 (yellow)
RGB colors: Blue = red 0, green 0, blue 51; Yellow = Red 255, Green 204, Blue 51
Web colors: 000066 (blue), FFCC## (yellow)
WORDMARK AND BLOCK M GUIDELINES
- alter the mark in any way.
- use any part of the mark, including the Block M, as part of another word.
- replace the word “Michigan” in the Split Block M with any other word.
- redesign, redraw, animate, modify, distort, or alter the proportions of the mark.
- surround the mark with—or place in the foreground over—a pattern or design.
- rotate or render the mark three-dimensionally.
- add words, images, or any other new elements to the mark.
- replace the approved typeface with any other typeface.
- enclose the mark in a shape or combine it with other design elements or effects.
- modify the size or position relationship of any element within the mark.
- add additional copy to the mark.
If you have any questions about appropriate usage, please email the umlogos group and we will be glad to assist you.
For official University use (transcripts, other documents) and use by the president and regents of the University. When used for commercial purposes, must be approved by by the Trademark Licensing Office.