Design a logo for the Slow Rolling Home and win 15 SBD!
This is the future home of my partner Alhen and I. The Slow Rolling Home is a 1989 Blue Bird 40-foot long school bus, formally a church transportation vehicle and now in the construction phase of future mobile home!
We've worked on the Slow Rolling Home for almost nine months and still have a bit more construction to go. Once our bus is finished, we'll have it certified as an RV(Recreational Vehicle) and will begin traveling USA, Canada, and beyond, in search of natural beauty and hidden gems along the way.
About the Slow Rolling Home Journey
Our Journey: As far north as Canada, as far south as we can go, hopefully Patagonia!
Helmed by two nature-lovers who are also crypto-enthusiasts, coffee-fiends, photographer/writer/makers, and adventurous souls! Also housing two rowdy cats and two lovable rescue dogs.
100% Off-Grid means solar panels, water storage and filtration, low-energy impact appliances, heated by woodstove, nearly zero waste, and capable of parking in the woods away from society for at least a week (until we need more water).
Working from our computers means tons of time for Steemit blogging and no need to be tied to one city.
Constantly asked where folks can find our progress and travel photos so we need a proper logo for our business card!
Check out the above post to see our interior design style and get a feel for how a logo might illustrate our vibe. We're into:
Crisp lines, minimal color with a preference for muted natural tones
Hand-drawn look that conveys our fun and laid-back (collective) character
Natural influence that showcases our love of the earth
Functional design so we can travel unhampered
Gender-neutral look so my boyfriend doesn't feel like this bus design thing is all about me 😂
Here are a few design favorites I've picked for inspiration:
Artwork by Kim Becker
Illustrations by Anneka Tran
Concept by Viktorija Minkstimaite
Contest Rules + Judging
15 SBD to the winning logo designer!
All entries must be submitted as a comment to this post no later than Monday, March 5 at 6 pm EST.
All designs must be original to you, no submission of artwork you did not create.
Winning artwork must be available in .AI (Adobe Illustrator) uncompressed and un-flattened format and all elements must be able to be used independently.
Keep in mind that logo design must be fit for: Digital use, sticker printing, a stamp, use on packaging, and painted on our bus!
Multiple submissions are allowed.
Alhen and I will choose the winner based on our style, however - The logo with the most votes in the comments will receive 50% of the payout from this post! So, send your friends over to vote for their favorite.
Winner will be announced by post on Tuesday, March 6!
Designers, make a post detailing your design process. A good one makes for a great content. Use the tag #slowrollinghome. Remember you MUST submit your entry designs as a comment on this post. 😊
Our only specific design request: all entries must include a rendering/depiction of our bus!
This is the Slow Rolling Home, featuring Alhen. 😍
Have questions about this contest or the Slow Rolling Home?
Ask us in the comments below. We are super excited to see what Steemit has to offer in the realm of graphic design and we can' wait to see YOUR graphic on the Slow Rolling Home!
Get up to speed with the Slow Rolling Home
- The Importance of Planning | Conversion Progress: Week Nine
- In-House Interior Design | Conversion Progress: Week Eight
- Conversion Progress: Week Five
- Conversion Progress: Week Four
- Our Road Trip to Tennessee
- Conversion Progress: Week 3
- Conversion Progress: Week 2
- Conversion Progress: Week 1
- What Are We Going to Do in the Skoolie?
- We Bought a Bus to Convert to a Tiny House
Even though my posts go out-of-date, I hope you'll enjoy the full build documentation through the complete Slow Rolling Home Journey.
Never miss a post! Setup post notifications with GINABot for #slowrollinghome to see the latest conversion progress first!
Hi, I'm Amelia! It's nice to meet you.
I'm a writer, minimalist, tiny home dweller, and maker living in East Tennessee, USA. My blog has lived at www.amelia-bartlett.com until I discovered Steemit, where I now post most of my work. To learn more about me, check out my introduction post, get up-to-date on my school bus tiny house conversion, and follow me for articles on slow living, sustainable fashion, self-expression, and quality curated resteems!
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