Junction Triangle T-Shirt Logo Contest


Calling all residents and friends of the Junction Triangle!

Create a logo that represents our amazing neighbourhood and enter the contest for a chance to see your design on the t-shirts of your neighbours.

Please submit your logo to Vicki at JT.LogoContest@gmail.com by October 31, 2014.

Voting for the winning logo will take place on junctiontriangle.ca from November 3 to November 16, 2014. Please visit the website to view the entries and vote for your favourite logo!

Following the contest, everyone will have the opportunity to order t-shirts featuring the winning design. Keep your eyes open for more information about ordering shirts!

Rules of the contest:

  1. All ages and artistic abilities welcome
  2. Keep it simple! The logo must be a simple design because it is easier to print on a t-shirt.
  3. The logo must be limited to one page
  4. One submission per person
  5. Contest participants must agree to free and unlimited use of their designs.
  6. The winner will not profit in any way from this contest or sale of t-shirts.

All submissions will be accepted, but we recommend that logos are submitted in their original source file or submitted as a high-resolution .pdf with 300 dpi or higher.

Logos cannot contain copyrighted material. Logos must have been created and edited by the contestant(s). Logos may not include images or licensed images that have been previously published. Logos must be easily reproducible and scalable for large and small formatting.

This contest and t-shirt sales are a volunteer effort for the purpose of community building. No person involved in the project will gain any profit. All contest entrants must agree to license their work under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License.


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Tshirts aren't selling for a

Tshirts aren't selling for a profit. Just to cover costs so JTers can walk about showing their pride in their neighbourhood :)

If you are selling the design

If you are selling the design for profit, why don't you pay for a designer to make something that you as a client are looking for. Getting free work and making money from it is not cool and shows you have no respect for people's craft.

T-shirt logos

Hi Frank,
Thanks for bringing this up. I want to clarify that this is strictly a community building activity that I am volunteering to coordinate. I am an individual, not affiliated with any group, just looking for something fun to do on my maternity leave and get to know people in the 'hood. Children and all community members have been invited to participate to foster community spirit. There will be no profit for anyone, including myself. The t-shirts will be offered at cost and I will be asking people to order t-shirts because I do not want to lose any of my own money purchasing the shirts.