Lets Celebrate Canada!
It’s our 150th birthday. Accuscreen can help with artwork, concepts, designs, and separations of the Canada 150 logo to enhance your custom orders.
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How to Add the Canada 150 Logo to Your Custom Apparel Order
The Canada 150 logo can be added to your any corporate, school, event, or personal custom apparel order.
- The Canada 150 logo must be visually distinct and separate from any other corporate logo, trademark or brand element.
- The Canada 150 logo cannot be printed touching another logo and may not be defaced by any print or illustration
- The logo must be displayed in a manner in which all symbolic parts of the logo can be identified.
- The Canada 150 logo can be enlarged or decreased in size as necessary, provided that the logo’s proportional dimensions and colours are preserved.
The following design options are available for the Canada 150 logo:
Screenprinting, Transfers, & Embroidery:
Red on White, White on Red, White on Black, or Full Colour on White
What Does the Canada 150 Logo Mean?
Based on the iconic maple leaf symbol, the Canada 150 logo is composed of a series of diamond shapes arranged in the shape of the maple leaf.
The four diamonds at the base of the leaf represent the four original provinces (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) that formed Confederation in 1867. The other nine diamonds extend out from the base to represent all 13 provinces and territories. The logo was designed by Ariana Cuvin of Toronto, who won a nation-wide competition for the Canada 150 logo.