TOPIC: CBC ARTS LOGOS
'We are still here': Indigenous History Month meets Pride in our new June logo
Artist Chelysa "Chief" Owens-Cy created this ledger art-style CBC Arts logo — "a symbol of strength and unity."
Our new logo for Asian Heritage Month is a message of 'resilience, adaptability and hope'
Kaori Izumiya gets inspiration from Japanese art and the murals of Montreal.
April showers bring ... a new CBC Arts logo
Meet Cristian Fowlie, an artist inspired by pop stars, drag queens and all things kitsch and camp.
Sweet logo, eh? Bake a CBC Arts pie with Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin
Prep for Pi Day! This March, the CBC Arts logo is looking tasty, no matter how you slice it.
Inspired by old-school graffiti, this month's logo is off the wall
Jimmy Baptiste's graffiti-inspired artwork is appearing at the National Arts Centre for Black History Month. The illustrator is also our latest logo artist.
The CBC Arts logo is looking fly thanks to this B.C. illustrator
For January's logo, Paige Bowman had the idea of combining the CBC gem with another Canadian icon: the common loon.
Brrr-illiant! Winter's here, and so is our December logo
It's freezing out there, but winter's not all bad. Edmonton artist Chris Reyes was inspired by the beauty of Alberta's Rocky Mountains when coming up with this design.
Our November logo is a tribute to trans women in STEM for Transgender Awareness Month
Inspired by a retro tech aesthetic, artist Klara Vollstaedt created this month's logo design. Based in Calgary, her art practice is "very much connected to the internet."
Our October logo is a message of inspiration and empowerment for Women's History Month
To mark Women's History Month, Montreal illustrator Daniela Amyot has created a logo design that celebrates female strength and diversity.
This CBC Arts logo deserves a big thumbs up
Winnipeg artist Sydney St. Mars, founder of creative brand Land of Hands, totally nailed the assignment.
Think this logo's gorgeous? You wouldn't be moose-taken
Now based in Vancouver, artist Sara Khan grew up in Lahore, Pakistan. Her version of the CBC logo is a nod to her life in Canada, and her gradual "moose-ification."
July-ve and in colour! This CBC Arts logo is all about summer fun
Known for his bold and bright illustration style, Toronto's Tim Singleton is our logo artist for July.
To celebrate Pride and Indigenous History Month, our logo is getting a colourful makeover
Sheri Osden Nault created this CBC Arts gem, which will appear on our social media pages throughout the month of June. Learn more about the symbols that inspired the design.
It's this artist's favourite moth of year (and probably her favourite month too)
Winnipeg's Joanna Turner is our featured logo artist for May. Discover what inspired her design.
Because spring is a time of hope, April's logo is a message of peace
Moved by the events in Ukraine, Valéry Goulet designed this version of the CBC Arts logo.
Our March logo is a colourful shot of digital dopamine
Bask in the mood-boosting effects of Hanna Lee Joshi's art.
This month's logo celebrates Black love and the power of 'raising one another up'
Toronto artist Kestin Cornwall created the CBC Arts logo for Black History Month. Here, he unpacks the story behind the design.
Still deciding on a new year's resolution? Our January logo might give you some ideas
New year, new start, new CBC Arts logo! Jessa Dupuis tells us the story behind her mixed-media collage.
Year in Review
What 2021 looked like through the eyes of our logo artists
See all the wonderful ways Canadian artists reimagined the CBC Arts logo this year.
Leap into winter! Artist Elly MacKay reveals how she created this charming CBC Arts logo
This December, be like the fox.
'Like living in a kaleidoscope': This logo aims to capture the complexity of being trans
Created by Anna Campbell, it will appear on the CBC Arts social media for Transgender Awareness Month.
This CBC Arts logo pays tribute to Women's History Month
Ghazaleh Rastgar's design celebrates the goddess she believes every woman is.
This is o-FISH-ally the new CBC Arts logo for September
Sea creatures or CBC creatures? Whatever they are, they're adorable. Meet the artist behind this month's logo design, Hiné Mizushima.
This logo design is packed with Vitamin CBC
Yazmin Monet Butcher pays tribute to the sweetest (and stickiest) of seasons. Get to know the Toronto-based artist.
'Wood' you believe this CBC-inspired art used to be a kitchen table?
Made of reclaimed timber, it’s a tribute to childhood memories and artist Lenny Gallant's time "out west."