Call to Artists: New Logos and Icons


We Need New Logos and Icons

Make 6 – 8 TAG icons that can be used in TBAG logo as well as independently on the TBAG website.
Each icon should be 1 tone, or 1 layer–black and white like the people on bicycles below.
Each icon should be the same size and look identifiable either small or large.

We need icons that represent the following TBAG programs or bicycle advocacy issues: Programs: Education, Group Bike Riding, Bicycle Advocacy, and Bicycle rider Serving. Icons represent the following in the organization chart:

Examples of Icons:
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Original Logo and Icons:

Description of Work and Fees:
6-8 icons
$40 each
$240-$320 total
12-16 hours expected

Applications will be accepted until we have enough to decide, and a consensus on the winning applicant.
Applications will require a description of each icon; simply state what the icon will look like in a couple of sentences. Applicants do not need to submit a draft image of each icon; applicants need to show competency in making single-tone or stencil like images; the applicant can either submit 2 drafts of the 6-8 icons or a link to past works that are single tone or like a stencil. Images taken from the internet, as examples of the intent of the design, will be considered aides to the descriptions of the icons–but not proof of artistic competency.

Applications will be chosen on merits of:
Artistic Competency: with two draft examples or past work
Thoughtfulness of Design: do the icons describe the T.B.A.G. programs and do the icons work, look, and have an aesthetic that makes them coherent when seen together.



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