St. Paul University Logotypes ?

St. Paul University Logotypes ?

This is an unofficial repository that contains logotype of 6 St. Paul Universities in the Philippines. All logotypes are hand-traced from the original logo by Phoenix Eve Aspacio in his free-time. Just to inform, these logotypes are in vector format (AI, SVG), meaning they can be scaled infinitely, without any loss of quality or fidelity. If you find this helpful, you can always treat him some KitKat bars, just click on the donate button. ?


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Some logotypes have underwent extreme modification to match with the design of other universities, such that using them will likely cause (legal) issues, unless otherwise stated. Furthermore, I recommend you to be cautious because I reserve no restrictions as to how these logotypes should be used nor will I be held responsible for injury, death, expense, hair-loss, or inconvenience among any damage that could arise in any case. ? However, the respective institutions could have implied certain rules on the use of their logotypes for which you are on your own discretion to follow. By downloading, screen-grabbing or obtaining and using any logotype, you agree to be bound by these terms. ?

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Logotypes have been arranged in alphabetical-order starting from left to right then continued at the second line at the same order.


This repository contains 6 artworks of logotypes of an organization of educational institutions in the Philippines, and could protected by copyright. Use of the logo here does not imply endorsement or ownership of the organization or its logo by Phoenix Eve Aspacio (Phoenix Peca) or GitHub, Inc., nor vice versa.


All contributions are always welcome. You may download the source AI files and edit with Adobe Illustrator then open a pull request in the repository.

Should you have questions regarding this topic, don't hesitate to drop into my mailbox. ?