The Logo Competition Opens On 25th Jan
The Car Free Chichester Campaign want to trial a scheme inside the city walls one Sunday a month. Key aims of the campaign are to reduce pollution, make it more safe with fun places to walk and cycle by extending the heart of the city outwards and to help combat climate change. Original news story from the Chichester Post
Design Brief For Car Free Chichester Campaign Logo Competition
Emily Penny, Brand Consultant for Colourful Design Strategy (becolourful.co.uk) has very kindly given CFCC some tips for successfully creating a brief for a community campaign. Emily’s ideas have been very helpful in considering what we want to achieve.
Car Free Chichester Campaign Logo Submissions
Dolly ( David Sciberras), a mature student at Chichester university studying Fine Art has kindly produced this artwork for our Campaign
A great aspect to this logo is it highlights emissions and pollution are the problem with motor vehicles.
Kenneth Dolman has submitted a range of possible Logos
The family group graphic feels like a strong counter to people asking why they should be denied motor car access to Chichester city centre.
The light coloured E in the first series is a playful lettering idea for Car(e) Free
Hi, saw your article in the Chichester post and thought I’d have an attempt at some logos. What you see are first thoughts and could be developed and designed further, as well as exploring new colours and
of course different wording. I have tried to be a little ‘green'(healthy living) and also incorporate a walking’family'(mobility/community), rather than showing the negative side(cars/pollution). I’ve also used a circle and cross motif to imply the surrounding city wall and the four main streets(North, South, East and West Streets). Plus I’ve added a fourth design of a friendly exclamation mark (warning). Hope your meetings go well and hey, it’s a good idea to go car free one Sunday a month….why not? Regards,
Monty Toms was Quick Off the Mark with the First Submitted Logo
This logo is refreshingly direct and was completed before our meeting on the 28th.
Some members of our group are very keen advocates for sustainable transport use and enjoyed the militant feel of this graphic but we also worry it might make some car owners feel too personally excluded from their city.
Stella Wild has Submitted a Graphic Showing a Map of the City as a Globe Earth Shaped Logo
She explains, “The design of a map or (a carbon footprint) highlights the message due to no cars, there is less pollution so being able to walk, cycle, plants to grow and build a happy and healthy community in the heart of Chichester. The outer blue circle signifies the world and so this campaign is part of helping to combat global warming.”