Celebrating information accessibility and raising awareness of Open Standards. Learn more.
Source files, versions for professional printing, and further details including fonts can all be found in the version controlled artwork repository. Links below are sample previews. All artwork is available under a CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.
- Printed material
Stickers & Flyers
The posters below are two-sided and available in A2 and A3. The front side is english, the back is multilangual (en, fr, de, es, tr, pt).
These posters are from the last years but still very popular.
The following t-shirts can also be ordered through our merchandise page. All of them are organic, fairtrade, and come with a high quality screen print.
Here you can find most of our artwork we have created and which has mostly been translated. It is not printed (yet) but feel free to do this yourself or to contribute to the translations. To see all available artwork, check out our artwork repository or have a look at the FTP server.
Logos, banners, icons
These graphics are perfect for inclusion in your website to spread the word about Document Freedom Day. The following files are only a selection, for all current and past graphics, check out the artwork repository.
We have the general leaflets translated in many languages. Below, you can see for example the Finnish and traditional Chinese version but you can find more in the artwork repository - there you can also find the source files.
Art & Design
People who give a prize to a company or organisation to thank them for their support of Open Standards often use pretty cakes as a present. To make your cake looking even tastier you can use these gimmicks.