Easter 2004 is drawing closer, and as the last five TGs that means
it's time for the annual logo-competition! Battle it out with your
friends to create that "killer" TG logo and win two (2) tickets to
the party! (the tickets will be available to you through Partyticket
so you can arrange to sit with your friends!)
Quick info and rules:
1. The main logo has to say "The Gathering 2004", not "TG04".
We've had this rule every year but that doesn't seem to stop
plenty of people to send us "TGxx-logos. Please don't do
2. Your name/group must not be included on the logo.
3. It must not look like any of the past logos - be creative!
4. Compo ends 01.02.2004 - Submit your logo by then or loose your chance.
5. You can not participate with more than 2 logos. No exceptions!
6. It should work both at a website and on a white t-shirt (oblong)
so don't use dark backgrounds and things like that. Remember, it's
a logo, not a wallpaper!
7. We'll need either high-res PNG/JPEG or vector images (*.AI or *.EPS).
(no low-quality JPEG or huge BMP images will be allowed).
When you design the logo, remember that a logo is not just some text
on top of a picture from TG. Just starting Photoshop, finding some
webcam-picture from last years event and smacking some ugly font with
overlay-effects won't cut it - be creative!
Also remember that the logo will be used on the TG 2004 t-shirt which
will be handed out to every participant of the party so it has to look
good at some distance and not just up close. Feel free to make one
website logo and one t-shirt logo as long as they look about the same/has
the same feel/is based on the same original concept.
Again: do not write only "TG04". The name of the party is "The Gathering
2004"! You are welcome to make your second contribution a "TG04"-version
or t-shirt version though.
Send in your logo(s) in a reasonably sized PNG or JPEG format (that means
no bigger than 640x480 please) when you enter the competition. If we like
your logo we will ask for a higher resolution/vector-version for official
use. Please name your files firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, etc.
so that we avoid duplicate filenames.
Note! We reserve the right not to use any of the contributions recieved.
Send your submission(s) and/or questions to:
Best regards and good luck
Torunn P. Grønbekk - The Gathering,
Questions regarding this post? firstname.lastname@example.org