From: Glenn.E.Cunningham@jpl.nasa.gov Date: 15 Nov 94 Subject: MGS Logo and Patch Contest
The logo may be any shape, should be simple, must convey something unique about the Project, such as its initials, name, the outline of the spacecraft, the planet Mars, the symbol for Mars, etc. Minimal use of color is preferred.
The patch may be any shape (round, square, or rectangular) and color. It may include any of the following: a picture of the spacecraft, the flight path from Earth to Mars, the planet Mars, the Delta II launch vehicle, the names or initials of the principal project team members (NASA, JPL, Martin Marietta, McDonnell Douglas). It must show something in an "eye catching" graphical manner about the mission.
- MAIL ENTRIES TO: MGS CONTEST, Winners receive the prestige of JET PROPULSION LABORATORY world-wide use of their design, MS 264-282 and will receive a certificate of 4800 OAK GROVE DRIVE recognition. Other prizes to be PASADENA, CA 91109, USA announced! WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED JANUARY 10, 1995 JPL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE WINNING DESIGNS TO CORRECT ERRORS AND/OR TO GUARANTEE CONFORMANCE WITH JPL GRAPHICAL STANDARDS. DESIGNS WILL BE JUDGED ON STYLE AND CONTENT, NOT THE QUALITY OF THE FINISHED ART. DECISION OF THE JUDGES IS FINAL. THE WINNING DESIGNS BECOME THE PROPERTY OF JPL FOR USE AS IT SEES FIT.
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