Logo Contest

previous Pride logosSan Diego LGBT Pride would like to invite you to submit a design for this year’s theme logo contest! The theme logo will appear on flyers, programs, emails, social media, websites, commercials, banners, and much more-all of which will be spread across San Diego before and during this year’s Pride Parade. To honor the global rallying cry for equality, San Diego Pride has chosen “Pride Unites the World” to be the 2016 theme.

The themed logo design file submissions must be:

  • In vector format only. Adobe Illustrator (AI), SVG, preferred
  • 5×5 inch size, 300dpi
  • Created in two versions: 1) Multi-color, 2) Single Color (Black; no gradient)

Design submissions open February 1st. Send your designs to [email protected] by the deadline: February 29th, 2016

Should you consider entering this contest, please include your name, email, and telephone number, and mailing address in addition to your design.

The winner of will be announced in April and will receive:

  1. A VIP four-pack to the Pride Music Festival
  2. Name with logo designs recognized online through website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and all marketing collateral
  3. Assortment of San Diego Pride merchandise featuring your design

If you have any additional questions regarding the logo contest, please don’t hesitate to contact the San Diego Pride office at (619) 297-7683 x109

This release statement concerns the design listed above submitted to the San Diego LGBT Pride 2015 theme logo design contest. By submitting your design, the artist(s) grant non-exclusive rights to the company to publish, display, or otherwise make this design available for viewing and sale, whether on the internet, within the company or in other venues. These rights will not expire but will exist for as long as the company continues to use this design. By submitting your design, the artist(s) guarantees that they are the full owner(s) of the copyright in question and have the full legal rights to grant to San Diego LGBT Pride non-exclusive rights.