The Steamboat Neighborhood Logo Art
In 2012, the Griffin Neighborhood Association asked local graphical artist Bryan Douglas to create a distinctive piece of artwork which could be used in a community-building project funded by the Griffin Neighborhood Association. The original idea, inspired by GNA Board member Missy Watts and the work of Harvard professor Robert Putnam, was to help to build a sense of community by making available to local residents a free sticker. The sticker would identify vehicles driven by folks living here in the area.
Mr. Douglas has released his copyright to his work and the Steamboat Neighborhood logo is now licensed under Creative Commons and is available for use by individuals or businesses. Under this license, you are free to Share - to copy, distribute and transmit the work and to make commercial use of the work. You do not need to attribute the work to the author. You may not suggest the author, Mr. Douglas, endorses you or your use of his work. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work. Just use the logo, as it is, and you'll be okay as you associate yourself, your organization, or your business to our unique part of the Pacific Northwest.
According to Creative Commons, "This license allows for redistribution, commercial and non-commercial, as long as it is passed along unchanged and in whole, with credit to [the artist]."
The Steamboat Neighborhood logo and oval frame is not a service mark of GriffinNeighbors or the Griffin Neighborhood Association. It's not our logo; it belongs to everyone who lives in or owns a business operated in our area.
Feel free to use the Steamboat Neighborhood logo art as a way of identifying yourself, your organization, or your business as being local, from right here in the Steamboat neighborhood.
If you require a different format of this image for your use, please contact us.