ABOUT THIS YEAR'S THEME AND LOGO
The 2017 Congress of Neighborhoods logo showcases the diversity of LA’s neighborhoods with images of iconic architecture from across the City. All photos are public domain. From left to right:
- Angel’s Gate Lighthouse, LA Harbor. Photo by US Coast Guard via Library of Congress.
- Theme Building, LAX, by William Pereira, Charles Luckman, Paul Revere Williams, and Welton Becket. Photo by Andrew McMillan, via Wikimedia.
- Boyle Hotel. Photo via National Register of Historic Places.
- Capitol Records. Photo by JG Klein, via Wikimedia.
- LA City Hall. Photo by Carol M. Highsmith, via Library of Congress.
- Watts Towers, by Simon Rodia. Photo by Carol M. Highsmith, via Library of Congress.
- “The Onion” (Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society, North Hills). Photo by JunkyardSparkle via Wikimedia.
- The Original Farmer’s Market. Photo by Carol M. Highsmith, via Library of Congress.
- Venice Beach lifeguard station. Photo by Matt Hill via Pixabay.
The 2017 Diversity logo was designed by Ann-Marie-Holman
CONGRESS OF NEIGHBORHOODS
The Congress of Neighborhoods Seal attributions are as follows:
The hills and valleys quadrangle includes modified material excerpted from “Mountain Landscape Vector,” by Adrian Jones, for FreeVector.com. Available under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 license.
The font family SinkinSans is licensed under Apache 2.0.
The Congress of Neighborhoods Seal was designed by Ann-Marie Holman