I don’t think you can do the logo as it stands. There is only one color in silkscreen. You are getting the black circle as the white circle under it all is changed to black. The rest of the outline disappears in the black of the bottom circle. You can print the white house and wifi bars as silkscreen which will be over the board color, but thats all. Silkscreen won’t do additive or subtractive layers as you have done in the svg. If you are good enough at path creation you can create a path that matches the black areas in the logo (as a single path) and use that as the silkscreen and that should work. I’m not that good at paths, so I did this instead (by deleting the circles and changing the path to black which Fritzing will do anyway) then adding a circle around the paths. This is constructed as a part because I thought I didn’t know how to properly format the svg (and I still may not) before discovering what the real problem was when I made it a part. I also shrank the scale of the svg to be somewhat compatible with the board as I don’t know how the load mechanism handles scaling. You may want to leave it as a part because I’m not sure you can move the logo around, it may be fixed in one place, a part you can drag around as you like.
logo.fzpz (2.6 KB)
You can load the fzpz file and it will put a part called logo in you mine parts bin. Dragging it in to pcb will give you the logo (and a part label that you need to hide by clicking on it and hitting hide.) Its size can be adjusted in the pcb svg for the part. Here is an image from pcb I have not hidden the part label in this one:
However it still needs work as gerber processing doesn’t like the path:
It isn’t worth pursuing at this point until I know what you want to do with the logo. It is entirely possible that converting this image (with the path corrected in some undefined manner, I usually move infliction points until gerber is happy, I think there is an overflow problem somewhere in gerber processing) will work with logo loading with a properly formatted svg (it needs 3 groups each with a copy of the image in it, labeled board, silkscreen and silkscreen0).