The colorful logo of the municipality of Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande
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Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande is located in the regional county municipality of Appalachians in Quebec. The municipality is named in honor of Pope Adrian III. With its green landscapes and its magnificent view over the valley, Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande is a haven of peace for its inhabitants.
A logo adapted to the image of the municipality
Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande is a family , and this is the idea that we wanted to integrate into this logo with the phrase “with the family, it swarms!”. We have selected a simple typography, with serifs and a nice curvature to better symbolize the “family circle” side that makes up the municipality.
For the colors, we used green and brown to represent nature which is an integral part of Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande, orange for energy and vitality, and pink for the sentimental side that the inhabitants have for the city.
The Saint-Adrien-d’Irlande logo is made up of several elements. First, the roots and leaves, symbolizing the nature and attachment that the inhabitants have for their city. Then the hearts which embody love and strengthen the family and emotional side. Bigger hearts symbolize the elder dimensions. Finally, we can see that the dots above the hearts make them come to life. The roots and leaves seem to stretch out their arms towards the person observing the logo, Saint-Adrien-dIrlande thus welcoming with open arms those who want to go there.