(Article 22 of the Internal Regulations, to
IULTCS Logo, Flag and Anthem
The logo of the IULTCS is made up of a LOGO
and the TITLE.
The Logo is set to the left.
The Title appears as two centred lines to the right of the Logo. For
use on letter headings, faxes, envelopes, visiting cards etc. (PATTERN
The Logo is set centrally,
with the Title appearing as three centred lines underneath. For
use on rubber stamps,etc.
The Logo is set to the left and the Title appears as one line to the
right of the Logo. As appears on the IULTCS website.
The Logo is set centrally, with the Title appearing as two centred
lines underneath. For use on panels, advertising, Congress, Symposiums
The Logo may be used on its own without the Title and still represent
the identity of the IULTCS. For example in conjunction with ISO
for testing standards or for use in the IULTCS badge (pin) made
on an old.silver support.
Logo and Title appear as two vertical lines on the left side of
the IULTCS Flag.
Background should be white.
Alternatively it is acceptable to use Pantone 484 as the background
and the symbol and logo lettering in white. In the case of the IULTCS
website the background may be light blue.
The Logo and Title are available
in different formats:
a) Vectorised, such as
"eps" and "fh". For use when printing on various
surfaces and sizes as this will always keep a perfect, tidy image.
b) Pixel image, such
as "jpg" or "gif". For use for printing on paper
or similar surfaces.
Unauthorised use of the IULTCS Logo is not permitted. Permission to
use the IULTCS Logo must be obtained in writing from IULTCS Secretariat.
No alterations to the format of the IULTCS Logo are permitted without
the written authorisation of the IULTCS Secretariat.
At any official
opening of any International or Regional IULTCS Congress, the
IULTCS Flag will be set on the podium. At the same time the adopted
Anthem of the IULTCS will be played. Similarly, at the closing
ceremony the Flag will be handed on to the next host association
of the next Congress, whilst the Anthem is played.
The Anthem is the "Air"
from Handle's Water Music Suite No. 1 in F major.