This page is a service to the Club's branch secretaries, magazine editors, event organisers and other interested parties to provide quality club logos at any size for publicity on behalf of the DLOC.
First select one of the images by clicking on it. Then go to the form below and follow the steps. Eventually you click on "preview" and an image appears. You may copy it directly from the page, or opt to have it sent to you by e-mail.
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|#3 (this sample 255×60 pixels):||#4 (this sample 148×100 pixels):|
|#5 (this sample 113×34 pixels):||#6 (this sample 110×38 pixels):|
|#7 (this sample 71×62 pixels):||#8 (this sample 137×40 pixels):|
|#9 (this sample 146×144 pixels):||#10 (this sample 147×147 pixels):|
Several different lay outs are available, as shown above. The sample sizes are for reference purposes only; you choose your own size preferences from the form here below.
The text "Owners' Club" is typeset in a font called NimbusRomNo9L-Medi. As an aid in producing consistent typography you can type single phrase texts in the textbox below, and get them displayed in this same Nimbus font. Only characters from the so-called Latin-1 character set are supported.
For reasons of performance and security, this web page will shrink excessive size requests. However, downloaded PostScript versions of the logos can easily be modified to boost their scale by virtually any factor. The files have clear instructions embedded, and simple editing tools, such as Linux' evim or Windows' Notepad editor, are suitable for this task. This way, professional printing shops can produce crisp banner texts at the largest sizes that their printing equipment can possibly handle. Please contact the webmaster if further guidance is needed.
The vectorised versions of the Daimler and the Lanchester logos were kindly made available by John Kennedy of "Design Renaissance", on behalf of the Daimler & Lanchester Interest Group in Adelaide, South Australia. The Lanchester logo with long L was provided by Casper Schröder of the DLOC branch in The Netherlands.