Monday, March 18, 2013

New logo: Sosialistisk Venstreparti

The Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti, SV, in Norwegian) is one of seven political parties in the Norwegian parliament, currently a part of the governing centre-left coalition. As the name suggests, it is the most leftist of the Norwegian political parties. Last Friday at its party conference, a new logo was unveiled.

Newspaper reports say the party want to perceived as "sharper at the edges", which is reflected in the new logo which abandons the brush script and places the party initials in a triangle.

Previous logo.

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A set of icons for different policy areas.

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1 comment:

  1. I like the new font,
    The previous looked like being from an eco/alternative party.
    But why the color swap?
    S = social, was for me always red and the "V" looks like a chosen or done mark in new and old, but why is it now negative in the new one?
    Before it was: "Yes you have chosen right" and now it reminds me of: "Yes done, but we had to"
    Why don`t stick to the old color theme and now reversing the positive meaning of electing this party?