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ICC Logos

The ICC has designed and approved a range of logos for use by companies to show their support of the work of the ICC. There are multiple versions of each logo to suit different reproduction needs, including high and low resolution, different file formats and both RGB and CMYK file formats for screen and print. Please see the guidelines for the use of the logos.


iccMAX logos This logo is for use by companies to show their product is iccMAX enabled.

iccMAX-HiResLogo.eps

iccMAX-HiResLogoRGB.eps

There are also PDF files which incorporate embedded v4 profiles to aid colour management of the files.

iccMAX-HiResLogo.pdf

iccMAX-HiResLogoRGB.pdf

When raster versions are needed, they should be downsampled from the high-resolution files directly to the target size. For convenience a reduced-size version is provided in a size suitable for embedding in a web page - it is shown actual size below.

iccMAX-LoResWebLogoRGB.jpg

iccMAX


V4 logo This logo is for use by companies to show their product is ICC v4 enabled.
  MAC .eps
  PC .eps
  .psd
  .jpeg 72dpi
  .jpeg 300dpi
  .tiff.


v2 logo This logo is for use by companies to show their product is ICC v2 enabled.
  MAC .eps
  PC .eps
  .psd
  .jpeg 72dpi
  .jpeg 300dpi
  .tiff


ICC membership logo.
The purpose of this logo is for members to show that they are active members of the International Color Consortium. The logo is available in the following formats:
  MAC .eps
  PC .eps
  .psd
  .jpeg 72dpi
  .jpeg 300dpi
  .tiff


ICC logo usage guidelines

The ICC logo(s) must be surrounded by a clear space at least equal to one-half of the width of the logo as shown in the illustration. Never use less than this specified minimum clear space.