Julio submitted some very creative designs that incorporated elements I requested, but took an innovative spin. I look forward to working with him again!
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Princeton Public Schools
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We are a pre-K through 12th grade school district in Minnesota. In order to avoid trademark wars with Princeton University we would like to develop our own Tigers. We would like several tigers designed to call our own..
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We would like a tiger head and perhaps torso. We need a non-threatening young tiger that is not scary for the lower grades to use, a youthful looking jr. type of tiger, an academic looking tiger that is refined and tasteful and a sports oriented type of tiger that looks competitive in nature. The tigers would be used for promotional materials, tattoos, window clings, I have included our current "P" and the only tiger Princeton University has not claimed ownership of that we have been using. We may want to focus this particular contest on a refined tiger that can be used for general promotional purposes Not mean looking, not too cute. Classy tiger is what we are looking for to start although feel free to submit any others for future reference.
It is very important that we have at least one tiger that we can call our own without having to worry about licensing. We would send one or several to all district staff to use at will on anything they choose. If we are able to get several tigers for one cost we will next move on to a "P" or the word Princeton to be used at a district level for letterhead and other correspondence.