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New logo for Green Pilgrimage Network

May 14, 2012:

The Green Pilgrimage Network, which was launched at ARC's Celebration in Assisi in November, has a new logo.

The design which shows a pilgrim walking on a road made of a leaf, into a holy city landscape, was created by Michael Samuel at Green Maps, who has designed hundreds of wonderful icons to be used while mapping the environmental elements of landscapes and townscapes. The first green pilgrimage network member to sign up to create a green map is Amritsar in India, sacred for Sikhs.

More than 150 million people every year become pilgrims, sometimes for just a few hours, sometimes for a few days, and sometimes for many months or even years. Each of them is hoping for insights or transformations through the journey or visit they are undertaking.

The vision of the Green Pilgrim Network is of pilgrims on all continents, and the pilgrim cities and shrines that receive them, leaving a positive footprint on the earth.

Links and logos for download

Green Pilgrimage Network Project section.

Green Pilgrimage Network Leaflet

Green Pilgrimage Network logo with wording below - green

Green Pilgrimage Network logo with wording below - monochrome

Green Pilgrimage Network logo patch - green

Green Pilgrimage Network logo patch - monochrome

Green Pilgrimage Network logo only - green

Green Pilgrimage Network logo only - monochrome

Green Maps.



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