Use the Love Outdoor Play logos

On this page you will find lots of Love Outdoor Play logos. We really want you to use and adapt them to support the campaign.

Creative Commons License

All Love Outdoor Play logos are available under a creative commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. This means you can adapt and use any of these logos for non-commercial use. The logo can be freely used on commercial websites to promote the campaign. If you would like a Photoshop .psd file of any of these logos please contact us. Click on any image to see it’s full size. Enjoy!

White background

Transparent background design 1

Transparent background design 2

Yellow background

Tall design, white background

Green background

16 Responses to “Use the Love Outdoor Play logos”
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  3. Rick Baldock says:

    Congratulations. This is a great initiative and one that is worth spreading. I’m going to use it here in Australia with my Project the eat well be active – Primary Schools Project. Our project works with Primary Schools in South Australia to increase physical activity, decrease sedentary behaviours, increase the consumption of water, fruit and vegetables and decrease consumption of energy dense and nutrient poor food.

  4. Tregony says:

    Brilliant, just printed out A4 to bring a smile to the office. Will put one up in our flats too.

  5. This is great. Anything that encourages outdoor play is a good thing. We have added your sticker to our website.

  6. Lynne Reside says:

    We have a community public awareness campaign sponsored by the North Okanagan Early Childhood Development Coalition to reduce screen time and promote outdoor play. We have been inspired by the book “Last Child in the Woods” by Richard Louv. We are a coalition of agencies, school districts, health authority, non-profits and parents with funding support from our provincial government to support early years community development.

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  2. […] – Can you do anything to make where you live just a little more playful? Put up a Love Outdoor Play picture to show that your street is one that welcomes children playing out? Think about how your street […]

  3. […] email asking them to Love Outdoor Play. The response was fantastic. Around 100 people displayed the Love Outdoor Play symbol to show their support, and we already know of many others who contacted their local decision makers […]

  4. […] the Love Outdoor Play campaign: Put a sticker in your window to show you support outdoor play where you live, tell everyone you know about the […]

  5. […] Ask your local newspaper to print the Love Outdoor Play symbol along with a […]

  6. […] Ask your local newspaper to print the Love Outdoor Play symbol along with a […]

  7. […] Love Outdoor Play symbol is under a a creative commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. This simple means that […]

  8. […] the £10 or more to contribute to our crowd funding scheme you can simply print off the symbol and make your own sign of support. Otherwise please do chip in £10, £20 or even £200 pounds to the crowd fund and we will send you […]

  9. […] 3. Tell everyone you can about the campaign. Blog, get in your local media.. whatever you can. You will find lots of logos you can use here. […]

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