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IPSF Logo Update

The International Pole Sports Federation is delighted to announce the launch of the rebranding of the IPSF logo.

 

The logo has been part of the IPSF since launching in 2009 and has been synonymous with the growth of the Pole Sports Olympic Movement over the last 8 years. So much has changed and evolved within pole, the IPSF committee felt that it was a time to reflect the evolution of our sport with exciting new logos.

 

After the historical meeting with the International Olympic Committee and the feedback that our sport is young, progressive and trendy, the team wanted to design logos to reflect these comments. Over 140 designs were submitted during a 2-month process.

The IPSF Logo

The IPSF team wanted to keep elements of the old logo echoed in the new design. The globe and the colour blue were a main feature in the original logo and it was agreed that these should be mirrored in any new proposal.  With the addition of a bolder blue and a bright colour palette, the IPSF logo is unified with the sub-logos through style and colour shade. It was felt that a bold statement design was needed with a contemporary and fresh feel; the committee are delighted with the results.

 

In keeping with the evolutionary concept of our sport and the launch of the new disciplines, new sub-logos were created for each style of pole that will be governed under the IPSF umbrella.

Pole Sports

As Pole Sports is the discipline that will one day take part in global sporting events and be submitted for recognition and possible inclusion in the Olympic Games, the laurels from the original IPSF logo were kept on the new Pole Sports logo.

Pole Sports

As Pole Sports is the discipline that will one day take part in global sporting events and be submitted for recognition and possible inclusion in the Olympic Games, the laurels from the original IPSF logo were kept on the new Pole Sports logo.

Artistic Pole

The colour purple was chosen to reflect the freedom and vision athletes have in this discipline. The infinity sign was chosen to reflect the never-ending possibilities of Artistic Pole as well as the flow and unbroken nature of the discipline.

 

 

Ultra Pole

The lightning bolt was the obvious choice for our most explosive discipline symbolising power, unpredictability and awe. The overwhelming choice of colour could have only been the brightest shade of red!

 

 

Para Pole

The colour green and the wings symbols were important to the IPSF. The wings are symbolic in so many ways but it was felt that they represented the spreading of wings of the organisation to further inclusivity, diversity and the promotion of pole for all. The colour represented the IPSF’s commitment to the growth of para pole over the coming years which one day it is hoped will be represented at the Para Olympic Games.

Urban Pole

Not launching until 2018/19, an urban landscape was chosen to reflect the newest discipline to the pole community, proving pole can be practiced anywhere. The colour grey reflects the urban/street style this genre of pole will become.

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