Use of our logo is reserved for authorised partners, sponsors and media. The logo is an internationally protected trademark: we monitor its use closely and enforce our rights where necessary.
‘Copenhagen 2021’, ‘WorldPride’ and ‘EuroGames’ are all protected trademarks. Only our authorised partners and sponsors are authorised to use them.
If you are in any doubt please contact us before using the logo or brand names.
You can download a Zip file of our logo variants in PNG format here.
All versions of our logo are available in CMYK/EPS formats for print, screen and professional use. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request these versions.
The exclusion zone or margin around the logo (minimum distance to any other object) is carefully calculated.
X 100 % = 10 mm
Use of logo on a colored background and images
The logo can be used on images as well as monochrome backgrounds. When used on an image use logo in negative or in positive if on a lighter toned image. The full colored logo can be used on monochrome colors.
It is important that the background color is not too dominant.
We have a public Google Drive folder with a range of images and digital assets you are welcome to use but you must credit us (or the individual copyright owner).
Talking about Copenhagen 2021
You can download our Press Kit from the Press Center.
Copenhagen 2021 focuses on equality and human rights for LGBTI+ people everywhere. We use ‘LGBTI+’ as it is inclusive of everyone in the rainbow community, and phrases such as ‘gay pride’ or ‘gay and lesbian’ exclude many identities that are integral to what we do, and what we are about.
Our event is called Copenhagen 2021. Please only refer to us as ‘Copenhagen WorldPride’ or ‘Copenhagen EuroGames’ if you are specifically referring only to the WorldPride or EuroGames elements of our event.
When referring to people, always avoid gendered terms such as ‘ladies and gentlemen’, or ‘guys’. Use broad plural terms (‘such as LGBTI+ people’) or ‘they’ and ‘them’ to refer to singular people. Avoid terms that apply a gender to a profession. Use ‘actor’ instead of ‘actress’, ‘everyone’ instead of ‘men and women’, for example.
Colours and typography
We use Barlow for presentations and promotional – for both print and digital download it for free here (Download Barlow afresh each time so that you get the latest version). Calibri is the accepted alternative.