dsucomm got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Dalhousie University Orientation Week \'007
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Creating a logo for Dalhousie University\'s frosh week, called Dal \'007, a James Bond theme.
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Tagline: Dal \'007 Desired Color Scheme: Colour Accepted File Formats: Adobe Illustrator (.ai or .eps) The Dalhousie Student Union is looking for someone to create a logo for this year\'s frosh week which is called Dal \'007. Using a James Bond theme (007) with a cartoon tiger in a tux, leaning up against the left side of Dal \'007 (no firearms or ninja weapons though ï¿½ just a tiger looking gq and suave, not an assassin). Dal \'007 should in the same format as \'007 looks on the James Bond movie posters (without the gun!). This logo will be used on all Frosh Week materials such as t-shirts, laundry bags and other swag being given to students. Dalhousie University is located in Halifax, NS in Canada. More information about the Student Union\'s frosh week can be found at www.dsu.ca/orientation. Sorry about the short notice!
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