Imagine all that the Bradford Area Public Library does. Now imagine all the library encompasses in a one-inch logo.
That’s just what library officials want – a logo for multimedia use – and has started an open call for those interested to submit what logo they feel best represents the library. The open call is just that – open for anyone whether they are a student or professional graphic artist.
The logo may be in color or black and white and must be applicable to a graphic design. All entries must be the artist’s original work and be accompanied by release giving the library permission to use the work as its own. If any professional is seeking reimbursement for his or her work, a cost should be indicated when the design is turned in.
Entries must be received by Tamara McIntyre, library president and chief executive officer, no later than Sept. 10 and must be accompanied by a signed authorization form that gives the library the permission to use the logo.
Logos can either be e-mailed or dropped off at the library at 67 W. Washington St. The authorization form can be picked up at the library or e-mailed upon request and must be submitted by the deadline.
“We are very excited to see how the community views the library and can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with,” McIntyre said.
Questions may be directed to McIntyre at the library or at firstname.lastname@example.org.