PyLadies and the PyLadies logo are trademarks of the Python Software Foundation. The full trademark usage policy can be read here: PyLadies Trademark Usage Policy.
In general, we want the logo to be used as widely as possible to indicate the support of or involvement with PyLadies. If you are a local PyLadies leader, you are free to adapt the logo to your location. However, non-leaders, please ask first when using a derived version of the logo or when in doubt.
The standard PyLadies wordmark logo (cursive writing) can be found in the
wordmark directory of our pyladies-assets repository. Use in combination with the PyLadies Geek logo (described below) is permitted. You may alter the colors of the wordmark but not the size or proportions.
The PyLady Geek logo can be found in the
geek directory of our pyladies-assets repository. Use in combination with the PyLadies wordmark logo is permitted. You may alter the colors of the PyLady geek but not the size or proportions.
PyLadies T-Shirts and other merchandise featuring the Python logo can be purchased at Cafepress (sales benefit the PyLadies organization). Making your own shirts is OK too, but please seek permission from the PyLadies leadership if you are planning to sell merchandise that shows the PyLadies logo.