AHMEDABAD: Organizers of the International Conference of Orthodox Christian Youth Movement (OCYM) have called up on professional designers to design a logo for its upcoming mega international youth conference.
Some of the official rules for the contest state the logos must not have any copyrighted material. They must have been created and edited by the contestants. Logos may not include images or licensed images that have been previously published and must be easily reproducible for large and small formatting.
The logo must be featured on OCYM website, social media platforms and other mediums like stationary and pamphlets. The designed logo has to be eye-catching and legible.
Each entry must be credited to a single individual. The logo contest does not accept entries from pairs or teams.
All entries will become the property of the OCYM. By submitting an entry, the entrant agrees that any and all intellectual property rights in the design are deemed assigned to OCYM. The winning logo will be chosen by OCYM and their decision will be final.
All entries must be submitted as salable vectors, and must be adaptable to change, including size alterations and color or gray scale shifts. Eligible participants must create a logo design in JPG, PDF, or PSD formats. The chosen winner must be able to provide a high resolution vector file (in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, or In Design).
The last date for submission of the logo is Friday June 3, 2016 and email to email@example.com
The conference is scheduled to be held from September 30 to October 2, 2016 at Sabha Jyothis Pulikottil Mar Dionisius I Nagar, Ahmedabad, and will have its theme on ‘The Beauty of Silence.’
The Orthodox Christian Youth Movement (OCYM), is the youth-wing of the Indian (Malankara) Orthodox Syrian Church is in its 80th year of active leadership and Christian witness in the Church and society. It contributes to the goodness and progress of the Church and community in the three-fold path of worship, study and service. It aims at molding the minds and visions of the youth against the background of contemporary issues.