- POP 2017 poster designs are here!
Andy Arthur of Magnificent Octopus has done us some fab illustrations for Pedal on Parliament (with design by Dashed Lines). These are now available as JPGs for downloading and printing as posters and as handlebar flyers to attach to bikes’ bars or top tubes. You can also pick up pre-printed flyers for distribution from a number of handy pickup points. You can show your support online with a Twibbon or badge. And you can also find some images of the last POP for use in media releases and other publicity purposes, as well as an archive of older POP posters for the nostalgists amongst you.
Feeder ride editable posters
Download these editable A4 posters and open on your computer (works best in Adobe Reader/Acrobat). You should see text at the bottom which you can select and type over with your ride details. Your software may come up with messages about fonts, etc. – OK them and it should work fine.
Feeder ride pennant
This 2-page pennant file is set up as A3 size (twice size of A4). It can also be scaled down and printed at A4. Either print both pages back-to-back on a single sheet of paper or print on two separate sheets and stick together. Cut along diagonal line and trim off white edge.
Phil Whaley has also done an editable powerpoint file which allows you to customise your pennants.
FB event header banners
You can use these images for headers on Facebook events, such as for feeder rides. Click on the image to view full size.
These are two-sided PDFs – print at home or at your local print shop.
Here’s a little guide on how to use them.
For those who just want to pick up flyers to distribute – please let us know if you want some by – emailing hello AT pedalonparliament DOT org and we’ll make arrangements. In Glasgow, flyers and posters can be picked up at Siempre Bicycle Cafe. In Edinburgh, there’s a map of where flyers and posters are available to pick up
For other locations, contact us on hello AT pedalonparliament DOT org
Fly the flag online
Want to wear your heart on your sleeve? You can show your support for POP with a ‘twibbon’ on your avatar on Facebook and Twitter.
You can also add a badge to your website or blog. How to do it will vary from site to site – but the following html should work (this has only been tested in WordPress, please let us know if you have instructions for other commonly used platforms:
<p>I'm pedalling on Parliament in April #pop2017</p>
<a href="http://pedalonparliament.org/"> <img alt="I'm Pedalling on Parliament in April" width="150" src="http://pedalonparliament.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/2016-Poster-F_smaller.jpg" class="aligncenter" /></a>
To add it to your sidebar in a WordPress blog you’ll need to add a text widget and paste the code above directly into it.
The main POP flickr group is POPScotland