$1,000 Award LOGO design

Amir Normandi
by Amir Normandi

Open call for (Logo) design submission

$1,000.00 Award; for the most popular LOGO design, to become the official symbol of: Chicago Nowruz Parade

This logo is to symbolize the significance of “Nowruz” as: Celebration of Life, The Persian New Year Celebration, Salutation to Nature, Endurance of Nowruz throughout the centuries, UN international day of Nowruz - Spring Festival, “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity”, Going Beyond Borders, Being a Multi Nation Tradition, Part of Chicago’s Tapestry of Cultures, In the spirit of “I Will” (Chicago’s Motto) Submission Deadline September 30, 2010Must have arrived at 1714 S. Ashland Avenue, Chicago IL 60608Submissions will be displayed for public review and ranking beginning on Oct 2, 2010 at the NEIU auditorium at the Annual Night of Persian Poetry and Music The winning design shall be declared by October 30, 2010 Required dimension 9”X21” or 23 X 53 cm No framing No mounting, protected by hard backing in shrink wrap$1,000.00 award is for finished (if needed modified) original design with assignment of all rights to “Chicago Nowruz Parade”More info, e-mail: Parade4Nowruz@gmail.com


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How to participate in that offer?

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It is not easy to win a reward for logo design. But it is also cool to participate and fulfill such offer if a designer thinks confidence of his work.


We May Unify the spelling if a formidable precedent is used

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We followed a formidable precedent which was the United Nation’s spelling in registering Nowruz as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” and then the White House on the Nowruz Greeting posted by Mr. Obama. These two entities issue many officially recorded documents, by following their precedent we may be able to unify the future spellings.

Consider participation Omid

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Omid Hast

I'd like to participate but I prefer Norooz

by Omid Hast on

Is that okay?