AS OF SPRING 2021
Have questions? Please contact Andy at PKA Management via the button above.
See technical notes at bottom as-needed.
The Rockapella logo font and image is available bottom of page.
STANDARD PUBLICITY PHOTO
For non-holiday events.
For holiday events late November through December,
please use a holiday photo below, or contact us for additional options. Thanks!
THE ROCKAPELLA LOGO
CURVED CHROME LOGO IMAGE:
Transparent-Background PNG file (click)
Don’t want shiny metallic? We have a plain version. Please contact us, or use the font, below.
Logo Font (click)
“Aggie” Truetype font in a .zip archive.
Double click .zip file to reveal actual font file. For more info on installing fonts, consult your computer and editor help files
**INSTRUCTIONS FOR FONT USAGE:
The official Rockapella logo is in a font called “Aggie”. It can be seen very stylized in the metallic image above, or plain italic, as in the logo at the top of this web page.
This “regular” Rockapella logo is always in all lowercase letters, preferably italicized/oblique. When using the font, select “bold” format (all Adobe software= ”Strong” option). Italic/oblique can be made manually via a “transform”->”shear” command in Photoshop.
Letter spacing/kerning is compact
(please see header of this web page).
For assitance with logo, please contact management. We’d be happy to help! If you want to get creative, we welcome your ideas. Thank you!
NEED A SMALL SIZED PHOTO?
If you’d like to re-size the photo to much smaller dimensions, especially for the web, we suggest that after resizing, if things look fuzzy, run the “Sharpen” filter in Photoshop once. We’d be happy to assist though. Please let us know what you need, via the Management contact button at the top of this page.
“dpi” means dots-per-inch resolution (how much detail). 300 dpi is standard for professional printing (websites usually use only 72dpi). “RGB” means a “3-color” image, which is suitable for everything except professional “4-color” “CMYK” printing (glossy show programs, glossy pro posters, some newspapers, etc). Web is RGB. Home inkjet or laser printers are usually only RGB. Our CMYK photo MUST(!!) be viewed and edited in Photoshop, or similar CMYK-capable program, or colors will look odd. All trained graphic designers are able to assist you with this simple process.
WHAT IS A .ZIP FILE???
Your photo has been compressed into a container for downloading. If you double click on the file, it should “un-zip” and you’ll see the actual photo nearby – as well as the original .zip file.
Don’t have a graphic designer? Contact us and we can offer suggestions and assistance on usage.