Blocknative recently updated our branding to better reflect our vision. If you are a partner or use our logo, please update your usage as described in the style guide.
The new Blocknative logo includes a new logo bug and customized typography that give the modern mark a strong and forward momentum.Download logo files
Be sure to use the appropriate file type for the intended use. RGB files are best for electronic uses, while CMYK vector and spot Pantone files should be used for print. Vector files (SVG, EPS) should be used for print, swag, or in web uses where the logo will be scaled.
Ensure the logo has adequate breathing room on all sides.
Use the reversed version on dark colored backgrounds.
Do not place the logo on busy backgrounds or backgrounds that do not provide enough contrast.
Do not skew rotate, stretch, or scale the logo disproportionately.
The new Blocknative logo includes a new logo bug and customized typography that give the modern mark a strong and forward momentum.
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