The Sandwich 375 Committee is proud and excited to announce the release of two new logos that will represent the Sandwich 375 celebration. We wish to sincerely thank Steve Gonneville of Cape Cod Textile, and his very talented Art Director, George Wright for working with the Sandwich 375 Committee to create logos that truly reflect our town’s rich culture, proud heritage and pristine beauty.
Two logos were created. The larger logo (see larger view on our Home page) is a beautiful pen and ink drawing of the Town Hall Square Historic District. Composed of many homes and buildings featuring architecture from the 17th to 20th centuries and nestled along the shores of Shawme Pond, this district is the area our founding fathers incorporated in 1639. Three hundred seventy five years later it still bustles with activity as it is the place that many of us live, pray, shop, dine, learn, enjoy and govern. Hence, this logo truly represents 375 years of Sandwich.
The smaller logo: “Town of Sandwich, Cape Cod, 375 years,” encased in an oval of cranberry branches, is small in size, but large on message. It is the perfect size for small printing areas.
If you wish to use these logos, please go to our MEDIA page to learn how to receive our release.
As we go forward, these logos will be used in a variety of our gatherings, concerts, lectures, festivals, artistic and educational endeavors, museum exhibits, and additional celebratory events, and of course signage and merchandise throughout 2014. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do!