Chief editor

  • Christophe Jalil Nordman

Redaction team

  • Arnaud Natal
  • Christophe Jalil Nordman
  • Gaston Bizel
  • Félix Anthony

Photography credits


The logos are licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (Attribution, Non Commercial, No Derivatives, 4.0 International License), namely free for personnal use.

ODRIIS logos, representing the acronym topped with sugarcane, were created by Gaston Bizel-Bizellot. The colour code is simple and bright and has its source in the study area in rural South India.
The orange-brick is derived from the colour of the bricks made in the brick kiln of South India, while the green is derived from the colour of the crops. The lighter green adds depth to the logo. The colours were also thought of as a reminder of the colours of the Indian flag.

The main font for the logo is Shrikhand Regular and Montserrat for the description (semibold italic).

The colours used are as follows:

Orange-brickDark greenLight green
RGB197, 102, 6380, 151, 68164, 204, 76

The background grid of the logos is here to represent the transparency areas. When you upload the files, they will not appear.

Classic logos

ODRIIS color

ODRIIS black

ODRIIS white

Square logos

ODRIIS square color

ODRIIS square black

ODRIIS square white

Long logos

ODRIIS logo color

ODRIIS logo black

ODRIIS logo white

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