General Transhumanist Imagery
The symbols, logos, and other graphics on this page were developed by transhumanist artists and graphic designers to represent transhumanism in general, in response to the U.S. Transhumanist Party’s call for new symbols that could be used by anyone, free of charge, to refer to the idea of transhumanism or the transhumanist movement as a whole.
The U.S. Transhumanist Party / Transhuman Party (USTP) calls upon graphic designers, artists, marketing experts, philosophers, and other interested individuals to design a series of new symbols representing transhumanism in general. There is no limit to the number of symbols developed or the kinds of artistic and design directions that are pursued. The only condition of this collaboration is that any resulting symbols be released into the public domain in entirety and become available for free download, reuse, and upload to popular image repositories such as Wikimedia Commons. Ultimately, it will be user preference that will determine which symbols will achieve widespread adoption – but the USTP encourages a thousand (symbolic) flowers to bloom.
Please join us in this collaboration. You may submit your symbols via e-mail to USTP Chairman Gennady Stolyarov II here, as well as link to them in the comments on this article or post them on any social-media thread where this project is shared. By contributing symbols in response to this project, you grant your consent to have those symbols released freely into the public domain and to be used by any individuals at no monetary cost to them worldwide and in perpetuity, without the right to use those symbols being limited to any particular individual(s) or organization(s) or subject to the control of any such individual(s) or organization(s). You agree that no person, at any time in perpetuity, would be able to claim any intellectual property rights over the symbols generated in response to this collaboration.
Transhumanist Party Imagery
The images below were developed by members of the U.S. Transhumanist Party to be used in representing the USTP. While they are not as general as the symbols referring to transhumanism more broadly, they are nonetheless skillfully designed and will be of use in advancing the USTP’s mission and our visibility to the general public.