Pope John Paul II is holding a contest for design of a new unique JPII Eagle Logo.
Eligibility: All current students of JPII are eligible to submit up to two designs. Contestants may work in pairs or groups.
The newly designed Pope John Paul II Eagle logo will unify and embody our school spirit and serve as a public symbol of our branding. The new eagle logo will be displayed in JPII publications, advertisements, the website, spirit wear, facilities and more.
The brand personality reflected in the newly designed eagle should convey pride, strength, spirit, excellence and truth.
- All designs must utilize our two school colors of gold and blue with no accent colors or shading.
- All designs should be on a white background.
- Designs should fit on one 8.5” x 11” page.
- Logo design artwork may be created in any medium.
- The logo design must be easy to use, resize, and manipulate for all reproduction purposes. It should be visually appealing on small (as small as ½”) and larger scales.
- Design entries must be electronically submitted to Mr. Grossman at email@example.com. Mr. Grossman will send a confirmation email once he sees your submission.
- By submitting artwork to this design contest, you warrant that the artwork is original to you, not copied from others or violates the intellectual property rights of any person or entity.
- The eagle logo contest begins December 1 and concludes the last day before Christmas break.
- All design entries that do not follow the guidelines and/or are incomplete will be disqualified.
- All submissions will undergo a blind review.
- The panel of judges will be made up of the School Administration team, School Counselor, Athletic Director, Art Teacher and ASB Officers.
- Submissions will be judged on three criteria; creative and artistic quality, how well the logo represents the brand of JPII and how well the logo can be used in a variety of reproduction purposes.
Once the winning design is chosen, the selected artist will be announced and then will be invited to work collaboratively with the Advancement Director and Communications Associate to refine the design and prepare it for use. The winning design becomes the exclusive and perpetual property of Pope John Paul II High School.
Questions may be directed to Mr. Grossman.