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What is the meaning of UN logo?

The symbol of the UN is a map of the world as seen from the North Pole, surrounded by olive branches. The map symbolizes the UN's global area of concern, and the olive branches symbolize peace.

What is the logo of the United Nations?

The United Nations Emblem The design is "a map of the world representing an azimuthal equidistant projection centred on the North Pole, inscribed in a wreath consisting of crossed conventionalized branches of the olive tree, in gold on a field of smoke-blue with all water areas in white.

What is the meaning of the United Nations logo?

The symbol of the UN is a map of the world as seen from the North Pole, surrounded by olive branches. The map symbolizes the UN's global area of concern, and the olive branches symbolize peace.

Can I use the UN logo?

You may not use any trademark, official mark, official emblem, flag or logo of the United Nations, or any of its other means of promotion or publicity, to represent or imply an association or affiliation with the United Nations without the United Nation's prior written consent.

Who is the designer of UN flag emblem?

Oliver Lincoln Lundquist, a talented architect and industrial designer, worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), CIA's predecessor, during World War II and led the team that designed the official United Nations emblem.

Why is the UN flag blue?

History of the Design As a side note, the UN blue was chosen at this time. Although slightly different than the UN Blue used today (Pantone Matching System 279), this colour choice became an integral part of the visual identity of the Organization. Blue represents peace in opposition to red, for war.

Who designed the United Nations logo?

Oliver Lincoln Lundquist, a talented architect and industrial designer, worked for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), CIA's predecessor, during World War II and led the team that designed the official United Nations emblem.

When was the UN logo made?

The original logo was designed in 1946 and was approved on 7 December 1946 with the UN Flag following in October 1947.

What does the UN logo signify?

The revised emblem consists of a map of the world on a polar azimuthally equidistant projection surrounded by two olive branches. These two symbols speak for themselves: the olive branch is a symbol of peace, while the world map represents the Organization in its quest to attain world peace.

Is the UN logo copyrighted?

You may not use any trademark, official mark, official emblem, flag or logo of the United Nations, or any of its other means of promotion or publicity, to represent or imply an association or affiliation with the United Nations without the United Nation's prior written consent.
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