Logo contest seeking local artists

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff Writer

Florida-based design consultant and renovation specialist Tammy Provence is looking for local artists to design a logo for her latest business venture — the building at 812 Lake Street, which she has renamed the Kokanee Smoke House.

Provence is doing the logo search in the form of a contest, and will accept submissions through Dec. 31 to the email address [email protected]. She said she’d prefer submissions in PDF form.

Provence said guidelines for the logo are fairly loose, though she’d like it to be able to be manipulated into a square or rectangle shape, and if the artist could, incorporate the colors kiwi green, taupe and graphite.

There is a $200 prize for the first place submission. She said submissions will be judged early in January, with artists invited to attend the judging. Provence said more detail will come out after a date and judges are secured.

Provence said she is looking for “something hip and cool, not old fashioned.”

“There’s all this art talent here, and I thought (this contest) might be great way to get to know people in the community,” she said.

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