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Apparel and Promotional Items

Lab coats and apparel are a highly visible representation of the brand throughout the Johns Hopkins health system. When reproducing the logo on clothing, apparel and promotional items, it is important to maintain legibility and a high-quality appearance.

The preferred treatment for applying the logo to apparel, such as lab coats, is embroidery. The logo should always appear in the approved colors.

Select items that allow the minimum size logo to be used, and use the approved identity fonts. Do not choose items that have a small imprint area, and do not alter the logo to fit.

Apparel

The preferred treatment for applying the logo to apparel is embroidery. The logo should always appear in the approved colors.

The logo should always be placed on the left chest, as shown, while department names, employee names, etc., are placed on the right chest. Do not use a serif or script typeface.

The Johns Hopkins logo must not be altered, added to or taken apart. This includes but is not restricted to type, rules, boxes, shadows, outlines or embellishments. The Johns Hopkins Medicine symbol should not be used alone. Do not create your own logo, graphic or other identifying mark.

Promotional Items

Following the basic logo guidelines will help us maintain a high level of reproduction quality.

The logo should always appear in the approved colors.

The logo should also be legible, and the size should never be smaller than the recommended minimum size.

Always remember when selecting promotional product items such as, lotions, lip balm, sunscreen, food and or any product someone could have an allergy, hypoallergenic or reaction to if applying to the skin or consuming.

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