Greenpeace Launches Logo Competition
To sway the vote toward Germany’s use of renewable energy by 2050—the nation will by September 2010 submit a new energy policy—Greenpeace is launching a logo design contest.
The environmental watchdog is looking for a logo to accompany its online activities and other collateral as part of its campaign to sway the parliamentarian vote in Germany.
The logo and visual identity should include a tagline that expresses that “Germany can, and indeed must, produce a 100% of its future power requirements from renewable energy”, according to Greenpeace.
And given the issue’s hard nature full of facts and figures, the contest will be looking for “appealing, funny and cheerful” designs, reads the contest guideline page.
The top prize is a cool 1,000 euros, and designers can submit their entries on the Jovoto page here.
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