Seal of the AJJF
Seal of the American Judo & Jujitsu Federation
Description of the AJJF Seal
- The space in the bar at the top is for the local club's name.
- The triangle represents a strong, three sided-stance.
- The "L" stands for loyalty.
- The "F" stands for friendship, as does the handshake.
- The "S" stands for sportsmanship.
- The shield is a background design.
The AJJF seal was created in the mid 1950's by Professor Lamar Fisher at the request of Professors Estes, Law, Cahill, and Rickerts.
The round seal below was commonly referred to as the AJJF "logo"
up until the summer of 1999 when a new graphical identity was designed
for use on the web, in advertising and such.
Logo of the AJJF
Recommended for webpage use, "ajjflogo09.gif".
Description of the AJJF Logo
The AJJF logo was created to serve the needs of the organization
as we enter the 21st century.
Simple, clean and scalable it adapts well to the web, clothing,
print ads, coffee mugs, pens, posters, etc.
Dave Spry (an artist in Sparks, Nevada)
designed the AJJF logo in the spring of 1999.
The logo of the American Judo & Jujitsu Federation
has various interpretations for the different uses
and will continue to evolve as the organization grows.
Recommended for printed material use, "ajjflogo_300bpi.jpg".
Recommended for printed material use, "ajjflogo07.gif".
Recommended for webpage icon, "ajjflogo_sm.gif".