The United Nations Children’s Fund (or UNICEF) is a special program of the United Nations established on December 11, 1946 that focuses on issues such as the improvement of the healthcare facilities, malnutrition, education and general welfare of children in developing countries.
UNICEF is headquartered in New York City, United States.
DESIGN ELEMENTS, HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF UNICEF LOGO
Shape and Font of the UNICEF Logo
The current version of the UNICEF logo consists of four distinct elements. These include the image of a mother and child, a globe, olive branches and the organization’s name “unicef” in a very simple yet powerful lowercase typeface. The UNICEF logo is widely regarded as one of the most recognizable and memorable emblems in the non-profit world.
Colors of the UNICEF Logo
The use of blue color in the UNICEF logo stands for approachability, prosperity and grace of the organization, whereas the white color depicts nobility, peace and purity.