For Waste Reduction Week in Canada we are launching the The Gateway Bicycle Hub Logo contest for Flemingdon and Thorncliffe residents!
The winner will see their logo on all our promotional materials, and receive a certificate and a Gateway Bicycle Hub-refurbished bike!
Can you incorporate bikes, bike repair, waste reduction, empowerment, and community building through cycling initiatives into a logo? We’d love to see it!
See below for the contest guidelines!
- We are looking for a logo “concept.” The chosen concept will then be developed by the artist into the final logo based on further specifications by Bicycle Hub staff.
- Colours: For your design concept please use as the primary colours in the design: blue, green, and white. As the secondary (less prominent) colours use grey and black.
- Word requirements: Please include the words “Gateway Bicycle Hub” or the initials GBH in your logo, or provide a version of each.
- Keep in mind while designing the logo that it will be used for all kinds of mediums, including stickers, apparel, window signs, postcards, flyers, social media, and our website.
- The deadline for your logo design concept is Saturday November 23rd at midnight.
- Please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop it off at the Bike Hub (10 Gateway Blvd. Suite 100B) during DIY hours (Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm to 7pm or Saturday from 12pm to 6pm).
More about us:
The Gateway Bicycle Hub has been serving Flemingdon and Thorncliffe Do-It-Yourself bicycle repair workshops, drop-in hours, Earn-A-Bike and other programs since March 2019.
We are a non-profit that empowers and supports residents to deepen their connection to bicycles and their urban environment through learning how to repair and repurpose bicycles to reduce waste, participate in cycling activities and initiatives, and build community in Thorncliffe and Flemingdon Park.
We are a part of a network of hubs under the City of Toronto’s Community Reduce & Reuse Program. The Gateway Bicycle Hub is an initiative of the City of Toronto in partnership with The Neighbourhood Organization, Flemingdon Health Centre, and Evergreen Brickworks.