Spring Cleanup logo contest

On March 5, 2013, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times

The City of Somerville is seeking local artists to design a new Somerville Spring Clean Up logo.  The new logo will be featured on the Spring Clean-Up t-shirts, city website and social media, and in local print media.  The city seeks an image that conveys the environment and civic clean-up in Somerville; but one that is not too “busy.”  The graphic can, but is not required to, include the words “Somerville Spring Clean-up,” and should reproduce well in newsprint. Use of color is strongly encouraged.

Top submissions will be reviewed by a panel of city staff, with the final winner receiving a $200.00 stipend.  Interested applicants should submit a sketch or low-res .jpeg with their name, address and telephone number to Carlene Campbell-Hegarty, Director of Community Relations at ccampbell@somervillema.gov by no later than Monday, March 25.  For more information, call 617-625-6600 ext 2600.



1 Response » to “Spring Cleanup logo contest”

  1. A Moore says:

    Why? It’s just a normal thing to pick up and clean around your property. My wife and some fo the other neighbors on the street go out and sweep up, pick up the litter as just a normal everday thing. Maybe we need a train the slobs here compaign. People no longer know how to put trash in a proper container? I wouldn’t dare throw something in the street, even today my father would be reaching for his leather belt. Didn’t need so much street sweeping years ago, people just had more pride here.

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