DPAC launches its logo!
November 23, 2010
The DPAC group had asked Crippen to produce a logo that not only portrayed strength, but also indicated the diversity and equality within the Disabled people’s movement. After some discussion and voting, the group decided on the logo design below.
Crippen explains the symbolism behind the logo:
The clenched fist, albeit a bit of a cliche was an obvious symbol to use along with the wheel. To have the fists clutching at the wheel tied the two together. Their joining point and the centre of the wheel had to be the infamous black triangle – the symbol of Disabled people’s protest.
The end result is a crisp black and white logo along with a version that portrays the multi-cultural aspect of Disabled people within the UK.
You’ll be seeing this logo wherever DPAC members and their allies are fighting the ConDems oppression of Disabled people and challenging the indiscriminate cuts that they are making to the welfare system.