OEWeek 2022 Logo Remix

Here at OEGlobal we’ve talking about how the OEWeek Logo looks a little bit like a cookie. You know, one of those circular cookies with jam in the middle.

One of the most wonderful aspects of open education is the freedom to revise and remix. In celebration of that freedom I volunteered to host an OEWeek 2022 logo remix activity inviting all of you to remix the OEWeek logo in whatever creative way inspires you.

Here is my remix:
OEWeek Logo Remix by Paul Stacey CC BY

I got a donut from Lees Donuts on Granville Island in Vancouver. I chose this donut for the sprinkles on top, which in my mind represent the diversity of people practising open education around the world and the bountiful open education resources they have produced and shared. The logo has a small curved indentation on the lower right so to create that, well yes, I did take a small bite out of the donut. :slightly_smiling_face: Think of it as quality assurance.

Then I got two biscotti’s from Laurelle’s Fine Food bakery. I trimmed (OK well maybe nibbled is the right word) the chocolate espresso biscotti to shorten it and square off the ends for the cap on top. The fruit and nuts biscotti was also, ahem, trimmed, to create the rounded corners and used as the foundation for OEWEEK.

I printed out a copy of the OEWeek logo and then cut OEWEEK out of it using a sharp blade creating a stencil which is placed on top of the fruit and nuts biscotti. I placed the printout of 2022 below and voilà there you have it Paul’s edible remix of the OEWeek Logo! Who knew remix could be so fun, and ummm, tasty!

Can’t wait to see your remix and hear the story of your creation!

Add yours by replying to this post.


Here’s my sweet tribute to OE Week 2022 … all identifiable (lots of slapping of teenage fingers in the making).

Let the sweet tooth remix begin!


Love it Isla. And well, whats a remix without a little sampling, by teenagers and adults. :grinning:


I had to set the bar a bit lower than my talented colleagues!

As a type 1 diabetic donuts are foreign, but while making lunch I thought a bagel was a nice alternative.

I had a loaf of my home made banana bread I could fashion into the board and tassel. And tried to make text from blueberries (font size and kerning are all wrong).

My efforts hopefully will let others see they can do much better! The remix need not be edible, but that looks like the track we are on.


Nice one Alan. Bagels, blueberries, banana bread. This year’s OEWeek is turning out to be a tasty affair.

Welcome non-food remixes too!

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Here’s our localized remix representative of our community at Leeward CC, Hawaii, USA.

We used Spam musubi (a local favorite), a glazed donut, rice crackers, and gummy candy. We enjoyed this activity! Our creative remixers: Junie, Rachael, and Jason. Happy Open Education Week - Aloha!


OE Week cookies to celebrate at Seattle Pacific University!
I revised the logo to

used https://shops.cookiecad.com/ to order a custom cookie cutter (plus an open access logo one for $5 each!).
Recipe from Stamped Cookies (Easy Recipe + Cookie Stamp Tips) | Hello Little Home worked great to keep the imprint (and were delicious!).


This is amazing! I had no idea Cookie CAD was a thing. This is an award worthy remix.

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Those look very yummy.
Wait, what?
Cookie CAD?
Amazing idea and awesome looking result.
Thanks @libkristen!

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Junie, Rachael, and Jason, thanks for this amazing OEWeek logo remix.

Great to see another donut remix and I’m loving the use of localized ingredients like Spam musubi, which I’ve never heard of or tasted - I will imagine.
I think I’d be eating the gummy candies first.:grinning:

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One more!

-Wikipedia belongs in education- is the idea behind this remix.

What a great #OEWEEK22! :raised_hands:

Wikipedia & OEWEEK 22


That’s perfect! I see a spot on the board where the K can land on a triple letter score and the first E gets the double word score!


Hi Paul, your remix remains fresh a week later. Can I ask for an inclusion of a CC license so I can use it in a blog post?

Nice one. I like the graduation cap on the Wikimedia globe!
Thanks fo adding a Scrabble version. Love it.

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Sure Alan, added a CC BY license to my original post.