Free Geek Vancouver's logo is an adaptation of the original Free Geek logo to include "Vancouver". As well, ours features the open-source Liberation family of fonts.
In the summer of 2012 we created a new logo for a new t-shirt design. It is meant to be printed in white with any colour background, though thematically, green would work best.
- FreeGeekVanLogo-Vector.svg Scalable vector version. This is the preferred version to use in other design projects.
- FreeGeekVanLogo-Source.svg Original source file. This version includes text objects and will require you to install LiberationMono-Bold. It should only be used if modifying the logo.
- Logo_New.svg Newer logo designed in 2012.
- FreeGeekVanLogo-Large.png Large-size raster version. Use this if you can't use the SVG version.
- FreeGeekVanLogo-Medium.png Medium-size raster version. Use this for web-resolution badges, twitter/facebook profile pics, etc.
- FreeGeekVanLogo-Small.png Small-size raster version. Use this for web-resolution badges, twitter/facebook profile pics, etc.
Currently, the business cards are kept on our account with Vistaprint.ca. They look like this: Business_card_draft.png
Legacy Stuff for Old Logos and Cards
Here is the logo in METAFONT. Unlike the other logos, this one is not fuzzy, even if resized. It will print using the proper resolution of the printer. The normal size is set to a width and height of one inch each, and depth of zero.
(Currently, links to these metafont files are only accessible from our internal network.)
- fglogo.mf - Main driver program for compiling the logo.
- logo_data.mf - Result of svgtomf.awk program.
- svgtomf.awk - Converts the SVG. This might stop working if the SVG is changed, so please use METAFONT to create any new logos (you can convert METAFONT to PNG easily if needed).
- (Preview at 600DPI)