WIPO logo competition - oh, the embarrassment!
Readers may recall the IPKat organising a competition late last year. The object was to design a new WIPO logo; the prize was complimentary registration for the CLT 2007 Intellectual Property Conference in Central London on 25 January. Well, the IPKat received several entries and assiduously printed them out - but has since mislaid the emails that accompanied them. The result is that the IPKat has chosen the winner (right), based on the punning theme of "why" + (teletubby) Po (which sounds when read in English as "WIPO"). If anyone remembers designing this logo, can he or she please contact the IPKat here and claim the prize.
A second entry that caught the IPKat's eye was this very attractive and well-crafted piece of artwork (left) which looks very handsome.
Another entry which the IPKat liked was not so much a logo as an illustrated theme - the Tower of Babel (right), presumably something to do with the large number of languages heard in WIPO's headquarters in Geneva and a passionate desire to conquer the world. Congratulations to the runners-up.
If the people who submitted these entries are so good as to email the IPKat here, he'll be pleased to acknowledge their efforts.
Full conference details here
Monday, 15 January 2007
Posted by Jeremy at 05:37:00