Junction City Main Street to host LOGO design competition
JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (JC Post) – Junction City Main Street has invited graphic designers, artists and creative professionals to enter a competition to create the organization’s logo.
Submissions are due by July 31st at midnight. The board will select the top two or three nominations and allow the community to vote for the preferred logo during the month of August. The winning selection will be announced at the board meeting on September 2. The designers of each of the two or three entries selected for community voting will receive $ 150.
Junction City was established at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill rivers and formed the Kansas (or Kaw) River. It is a historic frontier town with roots in the movement of cattle and the construction of railways. Located along the western edge of the Flint Hills. A vital part of its past and future is its proud connection to the US military base at Fort Riley, home of the 1st Infantry Division, Big Red 1.
Geary County, where Junction City is located, is the fifth most diverse county in Kansas (out of 105 counties) and is a county with the second largest share of its population under the age of 17. Residents are proud of Junction City’s history, military affiliation, diversity and renewed vibrancy.
Designers are encouraged to take inspiration from these elements to create a unique, interesting and fun logo that embodies the spirit, history and future outlook of Junction City. The Board of Directors seeks a unique atmosphere that can serve Junction City for many years to come.
Applications should be submitted by email, with the logo on the subject line to [email protected]
JCMS reserves the right to adapt the design for voting purposes while maintaining the integrity of the concept and design submitted. Any modification or change will be made with the approval of the designer.
There are some tips and requirements.
1. The logo must contain the text “Junction City Main Street” in the design.
2. All submitted works must be the participant’s original creation. Works must not be plagiarized from existing material or purchased.
3. The logo should be easy to read and legible when scaled small or large.
4. Final entries should be provided as a high resolution (not blurry or pixelated) JPEG, PNG or PDF image with a file size not exceeding 15MB.
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