Exterior Signage

Flags

Flags give our Brand a lively presence outside buildings and can complement other signage well. In this guide you will find a variety of possible flag formats as well as simple rules for setting them up.

Flags
  • Flags in landscape format
  • Flags in portrait format
  • Setup

Flags in landscape format

Please comply with the minimum distances to the flag edges shown below.

The minimum distance to the upper flag edge is one base unit.

Bei Mastflaggen mit Hissausleger sind die Abstände des Logos zum Rand entsprechend anzupassen.

If your flag is intended for a mast with hoisting jibs, please adjust the distance between the logo and the edge accordingly.

Make sure that you leave at least three base units and no more than 11 base units between the logo and the lower edge of the flag.

 

Flags in portrait format

This format is the only one you may use to display the DHL logo rotated by 90°. Please comply with the minimum distances to the flag edges shown below and always format the logo left-justified.

The minimum distance to the left flag edge is one base unit.

If your flag is intended for a mast with hoisting jibs, please adjust the distance between the logo and the edge accordingly.

Make sure that you leave at least two base units and no more than eight base units between the logo and the right edge of the flag.

Setup

Grouping several flags (e.g. three) together can increase the visual effect. Make sure you maintain the minimum distances illustrated below, which are based on the size of the flag and the height of the flagpole.

If you have several groups of flags, the distance between the groups should be at least four times the height of the flagpole.