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Indigenous Climate Action Logo Competition


Calling all graphic designers and artists, Indigenous Climate Action is looking for a new logo! We are hoping to shift to a logo that is vibrant, representative of Inuit, First Nations and Métis peoples of Turtle Island, and is youthful.


The winning logo will be used on ICA social media, website, business cards, letterhead, etc.






We have a few requirements. The design:

  • needs to be high quality vectored or vectorable images;

  • 300 dpi minimum;

  • must be presented in both color (please refer to the appendix for color options) and black and white;

  • must be representative of all Indigenous Peoples in so-called Canada, rather than regional or relevant to only one Indigenous community;

  • must be original; and

  • should include both an image and text that says “Indigenous Climate Action”.


There will be three cash prizes awarded for our three favorite designs.

  • First place: $750

  • Second place: $300

  • Third place: $200


All designs submitted will also be featured on our social media (with artists’ permission), with credit given to the designer.


Official Rules

  • all participants must be, at the time of entry, 18 years of age or older;

  • the contest is open to everyone, but preference will be given to Indigenous designers and artists;

  • no more than two designs may be submitted by an individual/organization;

  • all submitted work must be the original work of the participant and must not include, be based on, or derived from any pre-existing or third-party designs, trademarks or copyrighted images; and

  • the winning entry will only receive their cash prize upon signing of a contract with ICA for the purpose of logo ownership and usage.


Please send submissions to lindsey@indigenousclimateaction.com


DEADLINE: Friday, May 1


Appendix


Please use any or all of the following colors in your logo design.




PDF of logo competition instructions and requirements


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