Trove unlocks Australian history, for everyone, for free.
Our wordmark uses a stylised “O” to resemble a keyhole, combined with two simple underlines, that represents the collaboration between the National Library of Australia and our Partners.
Partners can use the logos without seeking permission however for all other uses please contact our Media unit.
Trove logos are available for download below.
- All logos are in .svg format
- All logos have transparent backgrounds. Please contact Trove Support if you need to generate a particular background colour.
Positive colour logo (01)
Our primary logo is full-color on a Primary White background.
Reverse colour logo (02)
Greyscale logo (03)
Monotone logo (04)
Trove logo placement
The placement of our logo is at the top left, top middle or bottom left of all brand material.
Maintaining an appropriate amount of clear space around our logo creates a positive impression and impact.
Therefore, a minimum amount of clear space must always surround the Trove logo, in order to separate it from other elements such as headlines, text, or imagery.
The clear-space area is equal to the cap height of the Trove “O” and is proportional to the size of the logo being used.
Careful consideration should be given when determining the size of the Trove logo. If it is too small, it will be illegible.
Ensure that a minimum width of 15mm or 57px is applied.
Note: The Trove logo will rarely appear on collateral by itself. Please refer to our co-branding placement page for more information.
To maintain the integrity and clarity of our brand, the Trove logo must only be used in its original format and colours.
Here are some examples of what would be considered misuse of the Trove logo.
Always use the master artwork files when reproducing our logo.
A Trove FAVICON may only be used on digital applications following the approval from the Trove communication team.