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    Branding, logos and themed variants used by Edinburgh Skeptics from 2012-2017, for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Science Festival, and… Read More
    Branding, logos and themed variants used by Edinburgh Skeptics from 2012-2017, for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Science Festival, and general purposes. Read Less
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The Edinburgh Skeptics logo was a backwards question mark (or irony mark) - we called it a 'sarcasm mark' (or 'sark mark') - contained within a speech bubble. The idea was to convey scepticism as generally as possible without limiting ourselves to any one field of science, reason, or critical thinking.
Variant of the standard logo (2014).
Another variant of the standard logo (2014).
Podcast logo.
Science Festival logo used on publicity from 2013-2017.
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2012: "Not the end of the world" (referring to the Mayan prophecies that were doing the rounds of pop culture that year).
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2013: "Feeling lucky?" (referring to 'unlucky 13', this also provided a loose theme for the talks that year).
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2014: "A slice of reason with your cup of Fringe" (a more generic logo with no particular theme in ind, other than being generally welcoming!).
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2015: "Dude, where's my Hoverboard?" (referring to the Back To The Future sequel set in 2015).
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2016: "Undiluted brilliance" (referring to homeopathy which the group has campaigned against in previous years).
Detail taken from the publicity used for Skeptics On The Fringe 2017: "Enlightening the Fringe" (recalling the original idea of the shows in 2010 and 2011, "Bringing the Enlightenment into the 21st century").