Open ​Call for Proposals - New Logo Design for Central European Initiative

Publication date
May 6, 2017
August 21, 2017
Short description

The Central European Initiative is pleased to announce an open call for its new logo competition.

The new CEI logo should be an elaboration of the current one. It will have to be simple, modern, energetic and innovative. The logo must include both the letters of the “CEI” (or the letters can be placed next to the logo) and the full name of the Organisation. It should represent the following concepts: An Organisation, made up of 18 Member States, fostering regional cooperation for European integration. The logo shall be easily recognisable and, as such, should stand out and be different from other logos. The design should be in colour, but should also be usable in black & white. The specific colours that need to be included in the design are white, blue and yellow. Candidates may also submit a variant with other colours.

The Competition is open only to legal residents of the 18 CEI Member States, individuals and companies or entities specialised in communication and graphic design. 

Each participant must submit the proposal in high resolution, a written description of the design and full contact details.

The winner will be awarded a total amount of 1,000 EUR.

Applicants must submit their logo proposals at:

Deadline: 21 August 2017

In Brief:
1. Where the logo will be used: all official documents and communication tools.
2. The primary functions of CEI logo: · Boost recognition · Create memorability · Create trust · Enhance admiration · Communicate integrity and strength.
3. Name into the logo: · Incorporate both full name of Organisation and letters CEI which means “Central European Initiative”.
4. Colours: White, blue and yellow + black & white vers

Source and further information: CEI

  • Other
Geographical focus
  • Albania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Italy
  • Montenegro
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • Serbia
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • General

Entry created by Giorgio Piccirillo on June 12, 2017
Modified on July 11, 2017