Thanks for your interest in covering our brand or our books. We have a few guidelines for using covers, images, diagrams, and brand resources. Please take a minute to familiarize yourself with them.
Our company name
Headflap is one word, spelled with a big H and a little f.
We prefer to use our logo over text whenever possible. Logo should never be paired with the text name.
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Please use the full name of the book in the first instance within an article. Subsequent instances within that same article can be shorted to:
Our hero color is bright, bold red. Accent colors are navy and orange.
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This is a friendly reminder that these covers, images, diagrams, graphics, and logos, are proprietary and protected under intellectual property laws.
Provide plenty of space around the graphics, images, and logos. Make them big, make them small (but not so so small you cannot read the text), give them the chance to breathe. Nobody likes to be choked and neither do our graphics. It's best to leave some white space and avoid clutter. Less is more.
Please do not
- Alter these files in any way.
- Display these graphics in a way that implies a relationship, affiliation, or endorsement of your product, service, or business by Headflap or the authors of our books.
- Use these covers, images, diagrams, graphics, or logo as part of your own product, business, or service’s name.
- Combine these graphics with any other graphics without written consent from a director at Headflap or the authors of their respective works.