The Fort Worth Creative Cooperative is proud to announce Comp 2016, our second student logo competition.
Creative Comp is designed to be a unique competition that brings practical experience to a juried competition. Students can participate for free but only advance based on their performance in each of the three rounds. Each round focuses on a specific part of the design process. All judges are from Fort Worth advertising agencies and design studios with experience in logo design and branding.
There will be 3 awards given. Third place will be awarded a $50 cash prize, second place will be awarded a $100 cash prize and first place will be awarded a $200 cash prize.
All entries will be featured in a gallery after the completion of the competition.
The client described in the Brief is fictional and any resemblance to a real company is purely coincidental. FWCC has no intent to repurpose any work submitted during the competition for personal use.
This competition is for students only. Entrants will be verified by a university staff member.
All Round 1 concept sketches must be submitted online by 11:59 pm CST on Sunday, November 6, 2016.
All Round 2 logo marks must be submitted online by 11:59 pm CST on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
All Round 3 logos must be submitted online by 11:59 pm CST on Sunday, November 20, 2016.
The 3 winners will be announced on Thursday, November 23, 2016. Entrants are responsible for collecting prizes.
All entries will be displayed on the FWCC website after the competition is completed. By submitting work to the competition, the entrant grants FWCC the right to use accepted work on its website.
Free to enter.
All submissions will be reviewed without the individual's name or school associated with it.
The top 25% of entries from Round 1 will advance to Round 2. The top ten entries from Round 2 will advance to Round 3. The three winners will be chosen from Round 3.
At the close of each round, every logo will be scored by our judges. The top submissions will be notified via email of their advancement to the next round.
Note: Failure to follow the brief will result in a elimination from the competition.