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Call-for Logo Design

The Nomadic Decob has been invited to participate in the Eco Shift Taito, eco-arts festival that will be taking place in Tokyo, Japan, from October 30 to November 22. We are running a logo design contest until September 23, 2009. The winner will have their logo used on promotional materials for the event.

This is an open call to all creative artists/designers who feel they can create a “brand” image for this environmental and ecological  art festival. The new logo design must fulfill the following criteria:

1. The design must be new, unique, innovative and easily recognizable;

2. It must include the these letters Eco, Shift, and Taito

Prizes for winning logo design will be as follows:

-First Place: Name acknowledgement at the event’s website, flyer and other promotional materials.
Professional acrylic paints set provided by Turner Colour Works

-Second and Third Place: Acrylic paints set provided by Turner Colour Works

Technical details

The design will possibly be used on various backgrounds (white, black, and even other colors), and will be used in different sizes (a relatively small one on the website and badges, but a noticeably bigger one on signage). We would love submissions which work well with various colors but also with only one color used (for black and white printed materials for example).

Designs should initially be submitted as low resolution JPG or PNG files (height and width 400px maximum). The winning design must be provided either as a vector graphic in Illustrator or Inkscape native format files (.ai, .eps, .svg)

Legal information

You will be asked to transfer your copyright in the design so it can be properly protected for the benefit of the conference and community. Your design also must not include any other copyrighted materials for which any license is required. Don’t include anything which might possibly cause offense.

Deadline: Submit all entries by September 23, 2009.

Please submit your design to: gallery_coexist[at]yahoo.co.jp


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