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Design a Badminton Europe mascot
Date: 12/28/2015 10:40 AM
Published by : Manuel Røsler
Who doesn’t love a good mascot in international sports? They can unite a sports community, bring luck, and they can entertain the spectators at international events. Do you want to be part of history? Then get designing!

Badminton Europe is running a design competition for an official mascot of European badminton - the first of its kind - and all fans are invited to submit their ideas.

The task is to design a stand-alone mascot that represents BEC and European badminton visually. No BEC logo or type should be used in  the mascot design as we will add the official BEC logo branding afterwards. The mascot‘s name will be added after the competition in another small contest.

The designer of the winning mascot design contest will receive 800 Euros & weekend tickets for the 2016 European Championships in France including hotel from Friday to Sunday (Single Room).

The winning design will also be featured online at www.badmintoneurope.com and in the BEC online magazine

HOW TO ENTER THE COMPETITION?

Two Easy Steps To Submit Your Design:

1. Create the mascot in a vector-based program, preferably Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, and convert it to a JPG or PDF for submission. Please read the creative brief and rules (see below; please download the PDF document), and note that the submission deadline for entries is 11 January 2016. You may submit more than one entry.

2. Please submit the mascot design via eMail to brian.agerbak@badmintoneurope.com. Submission of mascot
designs must be JPG or PDF only, resolution 72 dpi, with picture dimensions (at least) 400 x 400 pixels and a file size no bigger than 2 MB.

The emailed file is for presentation only. The final mascot design may require minor modifications; please allow us 1–2 weeks for this process. The winner will be asked to provide a vector version of the mascot (open file).

Please download the document for more information by  clicking here.
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