Using the CNZ logo

A standard Creative New Zealand logo will be used to represent our corporate identity. The gold and black logo is to be used on all material where Creative New Zealand is a core funder or sponsor. 

Groups or individuals receiving Creative New Zealand project funding are required to acknowledge Creative New Zealand's support in all marketing, promotional activities and published material associated with your project: eg advertisements, programmes, brochures, flyers, media releases, books, magazines, music scores, film credits, catalogues, covers of records, cassettes or compact discs.

Read guidelines on using the Creative New Zealand logo (pdf 200kb)

Standard logo

The standardised logo will extend to all Creative New Zealand funding bodies: Arts Board, Pacific Arts Committee and Te Waka Toi. If printing in one colour please use the black and white logo.

 

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

 

Reverse of standard logo

 

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

International logo

This logo is only for projects outside New Zealand. Projects in New Zealand should use the standard Creative New Zealand logo above.

 

GIF | EPS | TIFF

Reverse of international logo

 

PNG | EPS | GIF

Board and funding committee logos

Each Creative New Zealand funding board/committee has a different colour logo which can be used for grants approved by the relevant board/committee.

Arts Board

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

Pacific Arts Committee

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

Te Waka Toi

JPEG | EPS | TIFF

Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) Logos

Includes the generic logo's and local administrator logo's for all councils.

Go to Creative Communities Scheme logo's.

Logos to use for IFF and SIPF 

  • Prior to 2009, Screen Innovation Production Fund
    • EPS | EPS reversed | TIFF reversed
    • The words "Screen Innovation Production Fund" and "A partnership between Creative New Zealand and the New Zealand Film Commission" must always appear as shown
    • Please reproduce the logo in black or if black is not available, any other single colour. Do not apply colour to parts of the logo
    • The logo should be reversed when placed on a dark background.
  • 2009 Independent Filmmakers Fund
  • 2010 Independent Filmmakers Fund
    • Applicants who receive financial support from the Independent Filmmakers Fund in 2010 are required to use only the Creative New Zealand logo and the by-line Independent Filmmakers Fund.