FONTS


COLOR PALETTE


LOGOS AND LOGO TIPS

FILES FOR PRINTING

  • EPS files are Vector, and will work for printed jobs.

  • In the case of a one-color print or in the case of a job being printed from a plate, Pantone colors can be assigned to the solid grey, solid font and outline variations.

SORBA_blue.eps
SORBA_grey.eps
SORBA_lt-green.eps
SORBA_med-green.eps
SORBA_orange.eps
SORBA_outline.eps
SORBA_red.eps

  • Small print jobs, or jobs using a minimal-color plate process—which may cause the logo to lose detail—should use the solid-font variations:

    • These can be assigned any PMS color by the printer. (SEE PMS color codes above).

    • Anything on a larger scale should use the more detailed version, in one of the provided files, in the desired color.

SORBA_grey_solid-font.eps
SORBA_grey_solid-font.eps.ai
SORBA_solid-font.eps
 

.PNG FILES FOR DIGITAL USE

  • NEVER USE .PNGs for printing.

  • .PNGs should be used in digital form as they have a transparent background and are 72-150 ppi, which will not print properly.

Files coming soon.

.JPG FILES

  • While jpgs should be rarely used, as they never include a transparent background, one of each color is included in the package.

Files coming soon.

LOGO DO-NOTS

  • When scaling a logo, be sure to scale it proportionally and avoid distorting it.
  • Never put the logo in a weird box. There are many colors to choose from to ensure the logo shows up on any colored background.

Letterhead

Letterhead PDF (blue)

Letterhead PDF (green)

Letterhead PDF (orange)


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Forms

Donation Form (.pdf)