CONTESTS


2009
San Marcos Chamber of Commerce logo LOGO CONTEST
—Cole Tran
2010
Arts Association logo
—Brittainy Galante
Arts Association Logo Criteria
my summarized criteria
ArtsAssociationWebsite
Tivoli Poster Contest
2011
International Fair Poster Competition—Lauren Reynoso
Jewish Food Festival Poster Contest Press Release—Tatiana Montoya
2012
International Fair Poster Competition—Antonio Avilla

my entry into faculty t-shirt contest at Palomar—lost!


2013
San Diego Balboa Park Centennial 2015
Leave Your Stamp Design Competition


video
overview
Contest Rules (contest deadline is Nove,ber 08, 2013)
Balboa Park 2015 Logos (PDFs & JPEGs)
Balboa Park 2015 Style Guide

2014

Gloria's Gang—Race for the Cure
t-shirt design

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Murrieta Creek Regional Trail
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:  Logo Design Concepts 

About

The Murrieta Creek winds its way south alongside the cities of Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Murrieta and Temecula until it merges with the Temecula Creek and carries on to the sea as the Santa Margarita River. For decades, locals have dreamed of having a trail alongside the creek, which would also serve as a spine to connect to many other regional trails. Until recently, though, the obstacles to establishing connectivity along the 16 mile route have been too great.

In a new effort to create the trail, the four Cities have joined forces with the Sierra Club, through a process facilitated by the National Parks Service, and are now working with Riverside County Flood Control, County Parks, the Army Corp of Engineers and other agencies to make the dream a reality. Plans have been drawn, approvals sought and won, and after more than two years of dedicated work the project is on course for an interim trail linking the four cities along the river’s edge to be in place next year.

On National Trails Day, June 6, 2015, the Cities will each host a ribbon cutting event which will promote the new trail and the linkages to follow. An important component of this event will be the unveiling of the logo that will appear on all trail signage and maps.

The project team would like to draw on local student talent to design this logo, which should reflect the theme of “connections” - as above. Submissions will be due Jan 7th, 2015, by 5PM, and the winners and runners up announced early February.

The artist with the winning submission will receive $500 prize money, an award letter, and the opportunity to enhance their portfolio with their logo adorning the Murrieta Creek Trail signage and accompanying materials.

More details on the project can be seen here: http://murrieta.org/services/cs/trails/default.asp#.VDL36L6BM20. Click on Murrieta Creek Regional Trails Project.A map can be found on page 18 and 19.

Purpose / Use / Audience

Design concepts are requested for:

Murrieta Creek Trail Logo:   The logo will be utilized as the main “branding” icon for the Murrieta Creek Trail.  Potential applications of the logo include trail markers, print maps, brochures, web/social media sites, exhibits and displays, way-finding signs, roadway directional signs, etc.

Requirements

The trail logo should be:

  1. Suitable for full color (CMYK) printing
  2. Legible, easy to read/decipher
  3. Effective without color (in black and white)
  4. Scalable, so as to work well at a variety of sizes

In addition, top entries will be memorable, easily identifiable, and capture the spirit of the Murrieta Creek Trail and surrounding community.

Digital photos, scans, and any other raster images should be rendered at 300-400DPI at final output size.

Submissions are not to use any copyrighted images or trademarked material.

Deliverables

Entry Submissions:  Full color PDFs or JPGs on one single-sided page. Must feature the logo design only (can include tag lines, color palette, typeface selections, etc.)

Winning Submission:  The winning entrant will provide the project team with final graphics for the logo in its original file format (e.g. AI or PSD), including all layers and any linked images. Not to exceed 5 MB in size.

Timeline

Submissions will be due on January 7th, 2015, at 5PM.

The project team will review submissions and a winner will make a selection by early February, 2015. All applicants will be notified that their submissions have been received, and of the results of the contest.

How to Submit

A brief cover letter explaining the applicant’s concept, as well as contact information such as name, email address, and contact phone number should accompany the submission. Submissions are to be sent to MurrietaCreeklogocontest@gmail.com.