As part of CFIC’s ongoing evolution as an organization, we challenge ourselves and our volunteers to re-connect with our brand and our graphic identity. Presented here are several logo proposals that members will be seeing more of. These logos are the graphic work of CFIC member-volunteers.
Centre For Inquiry Canada – Corporate Logo
This proposal, generously worked-up by David Petrasovic of our Ottawa Branch, emphasizes the Canadian identity of CFI Canada by incorporating a red maple leaf in the blue CFI globe. We love the original CFI logo’s flame (which recalls a candle or flame of knowledge symbolic of Prometheus from Greek mythology), but we wanted to feature CFIC’s Canadian foundation and focus. We’ve allowed the word “Canada” to be presented either in a bolded block text or an italicized text. In either version, Canada must be presented in a red font.
We’re also unveiling Shawn Fehrenbach’s logo designs connected to our organization’s focus to be Canada’s Community For Science and Secularism. The Science Chek and Secular Chek logos will accompany CFIC inquiries, articles and investigations and may be used in future brochures, banners and posters where CFIC promotes and educates the public about science or secularism.
Given our concerns with the harmful effects of the incursion of pseudoscience into healthcare and health education, we have used a blue feature colour and incorporated a flask device in the Science Chek logo; the Secular Chek logo carries a “scales of justice” device which incorporates a human figure at the centre.
Do you have skills and talents to share? Have a graphic art proposal to make. Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org