An identity for the International Science Council
(ISC), an interdisciplinary organisation headquartered
The new entity was created as the result of a merger
between the historic International Council for Science
(founded 1931) and International Social Science
Council (founded 1952).
It is the only international non-governmental
organisation bringing together the natural and social
sciences and the largest global science organisation
of its kind.
The symbol can be interpreted as a circle, representing
the global nature of the organisation; as a speaker,
communicating on behalf of all the scientific
disciplines; and as a collection of people coming
together to form a council.
Design: Paul Belford Ltd.