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Grand-Champ (Municipality, Morbihan, France)


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Presentation of Grand-Champ

Grand-Champ (5,612 inhabitants in 2020; 6,734 ha) is a commune in the Morbihan department, 15 km north-west away from Vannes.

Olivier Touzeau, 3 January 2022

Flag of Grand-Champ

The flag of Grand-Champ is white with logo (photo, 2018 ; photo, 2020)

Adopted in december 2016, the logo was designed by the agency Orignal Communication (source on the agency website).

"The logo was designed and worked graphically as follows:
- The name of Grand-Champ is passed on two lines, in offset, to illustrate the original and dynamic side of the town.
- It is written in capitals for more impact and to evoke the seriousness and the solidity of the municipality. We opted for a simple typography that we have subtly personalized. The rounding of the writing, reinforced by the presence of the circle, gives softness to the whole in order to enhance the notions of solidarity and proximity.
- The A rotated 90 ° symbolizes an open eye, like a look into the future. We thus evoke the notion of strategic vision, innovation, benevolent gaze.
- The circle makes it possible to focus on the eye as a central element and also evokes the influence of the municipality. This is reinforced by the curved work of the hyphen.
- The colors chosen are a blue / green color chart with a strong contrast to enhance the name.
- The texture of the circle with interweaving of colors emphasizes the richness and diversity of the municipality in a united whole."

Olivier Touzeau, 3 January 2022