Resources for Making

Visuals +
Graphics

Fonts

↓   Try the Icons! Type in codes like ((solar)) or ((coal)) to add FF symbols to your text   ↓

Graph Condensed FF + Icons ((factory))

Graph Condensed FF + Icons / Download


Katwijk Mono

Katwijk Mono / Download


Klima

Klima / Download

On an app or device where you can't install fonts? Copy and paste this (results may vary):

Click to Copy

Colors

General Colors

Indigo
#003DAA
rgb(0,60,170)



Campaign Colors

The main colors correspond to the three parts of a Fossil Free campaign:

((X))$€¥

Divest/Defund

Orange
#FFA902
rgba(255,170,3)

((X))((oilderrick))((offshore))((factory))

Stop + Ban

Teal
#40D7D4
rgba(65,215,212)

((triangle))((solar))((windturbine))

100% Renewable Energy

Blue
#0F81E8
rgba(15,130,230)

 

 

Icons

Use icons from the Fossil Free font to call attention to key elements and add overall visual interest. Easily use them inline with text with the Fossil Free icon font.

Simple World Map, Atlantic-centered

Simple World Map, Pacific-centered


Person

People, arms raised

Person, working

Sun

Wind

Water (drop)

Solar Panel

Wind Turbine

Factory/Power Plant

Oil Derrick

Offshore Drilling

Pipeline

Oil Barrel

Coal

Hurricane

Storm

Flooding / Sea Level Rise

Heat / Rising Temp.

Fire

Drought

Snow

Government

Justice

Computer

Mobile

Language

Arts

Scissors

Photos

Photos are a crucial tool to help people visualise what a Fossil Free world looks like. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing photos:

  • People + Communities

    Look for imagery that shows groups of people taking action together — ordinary people coming together in their communities to resist the fossil fuel industry and build their own renewable energy.

  • Representation

    The climate crisis crosses cultural, geographic, racial, age, gender, religious and political boundaries. Make sure that the photos you choose accurately represent all the different communities in your area.

  • Energy + Momentum

    People moving, shouting, singing, smiling — photos that help people feel like they’re part of a energetic, powerful, ambitious movement.

More photos on Flickr

Crediting photographers: Good photos are crucial for visuals, and it's hard to get good photos without good photographers. Make sure to credit the photographer, and don't use photos without permission.

Photos, from top left: Mohamed Nasheed, Former President of the Maldives, Malé (unknown). Cliffs of Moher, Ireland (Eamon Ryan). Indian women testing a solar cooker (UN Photo). Dumaguete, Philippines (Therese Quijano). Oloibiri, Nigeria (Babawale Obayanju). Anacortes, Washington, USA (unknown).

Goals for Visuals:

  1. Communicate simply and clearly.
  2. Connect and unify climate work happening around the world by using a shared system of flexible visual elements.
  3. Showcase the diversity, vibrance and momentum of the people fighting to build a better world in the face of climate change.
  4. Express hope and optimism in the face of increasingly destructive climate impacts.
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