Logo Contest

Religous Freaks Logo Contest

Looking to get in God’s good graces?

Wanna make a few extra bucks too?

Well then I have the solution for you… Religious Freaks is on the look out for a new logo or two. Keep reading if interested…

Contest Rules

Purpose

The main logo symbol for ReligiousFreaks.com, which will be used for the web site, printed matter, future merchandise and so on.This list is not exhaustive.

Guidance

* The logo must be identifiable directly to ReligiousFreaks.com.
* The logo must be original work of the submitter.
* The logo should be vector graphics, not a bitmap image.
* The logo must not exploit or offend anyone’s sex, race, religion (weird huh?), morality, culture, nor be salacious or pornographic.

Submission deadline

None – Ongoing to one is found

Participation

The competition is open to all designers, both professional and non-professional. Participation can only take place in a private personal capacity.

Prize

$100.00

Submission format

Each submission should include the following information and should be sent to <gasmonso [at] gmail.com>:

* High resolution print-ready scalable vector format such as portable EPS, SVG or Adobe Illustrator AI.
* JPEG or PNG thumbnail
* Design concept / description.
* Submitter’s name, email address.

Copyright assignment

Religious Freaks will acquire ownership of the winning logo by assignment of copyright, and the winning designer will disclaim any trademarks and without limitation all other rights related to the design. By submitting a logo for entry in the competition, the designer acknowledges that he/she is the person that made the logo and is its rightful owner. The designer also certifies that the logo does not infringe upon the rights of any third party and that it does not violate any copyright.

15 Responses to “Logo Contest”

  1. Anony mouse! says:

    I think you should ask for a scalable vector graphics image instead of a bitmap image.

  2. Anonymous says:

    > I think you should ask for a scalable vector graphics image instead of a bitmap image.

    Anony mouse! is right, or forget religiousfreaks.com t-shirts :)

  3. Cheech Wizard says:

    If you want to print shirts you might want to include a ‘no gradients’ rule as well.
    Printers don’t like gradients, they can do them but it’ll probably cost more.
    Also since it’s supposed to be a logo it shouldn’t be too detailed and should be reproducable in black and white. But those last 2 are just my rules for making logos.

  4. Jake Ahlfield says:

    I made one…Check it out, and tell me it rox your sox.

    http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g50/Shikumo/fffffffff.jpg

  5. Lucas says:

    Hi Jose,

    I thank god for you, because as per the word of god, all the promises given in bible has to be fulfilled. That is the reason you are alive now. On the day of coming of Jesus, you will be just thrown out of the country if you do not repent for what you have been doing now.

    Ask for pardon and pary to heavenly father through Jesus Christ, your redeemer, sviour, who only can save your life from being trown into eternal fire….

  6. Hi, you should accept a hand written scrap if it is a good logo (then you can upgrade to the required format) – my subconscious is now working on this logo idea. Your message needs exposure so the moderate Christians of the world are forced to accept the lunacy of a god and get on with making the world a better place for all.

  7. josem says:

    I don’t like the idea that it has to be in vector format. The size issue is not an issue as long as you make the logo in several sizes (including billboard size) to cover any kind of print.

    I have made many logos with this in mind and it works perfectly. The problem arises from not doing the logo big enough as a bitmap. So, the restriction is too restrictive for me.

    You have many more options if you do a bitmap logo.

    And BTW, who prints in black and white these days?. I see no need to do it.

  8. sidfaiwu says:

    “And BTW, who prints in black and white these days?”

    (sid sheepishly raises his hand)

  9. OSVALDO TRISTAN says:

    THE DEVILS A PIMP! DONT BE HIS HOE!

  10. Mark Dawes says:

    Here’s my attempt at a logo..

    Click here

    What do you think?

    Mark

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