Find the image you need, right click on the link for the version you require and select “Save Link As” (or “Save Target As” for those using Internet Explorer) and save the file to a location of your choosing. For those using iOs or Android devices, a long tap on the link should provide an option to save the file.
SVG, PNG, JPG – Which Filetype Do I Want?
Most of the images are available in a raster and a vector version. The raster version has a fixed resolution (which is stated above the link) and you will lose quality if you resize above that resolution. Vector files can be resized to any size without loss of quality as they are mathematically re-drawn when resized. They also have much smaller filesizes.
If you’re unsure, then you almost certainly want the PNG or JPG version of the image. These are very high resolution (4K width) and will work with any software.
Purple heart-shaped balloon logo. Made by Eva Gibbs
- PNG (4096 x 4000)
- PNG (4096 x 2896)
- Original iStock Download (ZIP)
Only for IGC usage, do not download or use this file for any other purpose
- PNG (4096 x 4614)
Bridging The Gap Logo
- PNG (444 × 934)
IGC Podcast Cover Art
- PNG (2048 x 2048)
Simple Line Map
- PNG (690 × 775)
IGC Logo (Old)
IGC Cross Logo (Old)