Calling all design-savvy Treehuggers. Architecture for Humanity, one of our favorite nonprofits, has launched a logo design competition. "The truth is that we came up with the logo 20 minutes before we launched the organization," says Cameron Sinclair, executive director and cofounder of AFH. Seven years later, and the now internationally-recognized organization, which seeks to promote architectural and design solutions to global, social and humanitarian crises, is seeking a revamp.
Criteria includes: "A logo that is not overly representational as our work overlaps so many aspects of design i.e. Definitely no houses, no people, no people in houses and no houses in people."
Ten finalists will earn themselves a signed first edition copy of Design Like You Give A Damn; the winner takes home $1000 (which, the submission form notes, can also be donated to one of the organization's post-disaster rebuilding projects). Read more here. Thanks tipster Jacob. ::Architecture for Humanity