In support of UNESCO’s mission to provide arts education to children in post-conflict regions, DESIGN 21: Social Design Network has launched the Mark of Dreams competition. To increase the awareness of UNESCO’s DREAM Center program, DESIGN 21 is asking established and aspiring designer to submit their designs for the official logo of the program. Working […]
September 17th, 2009
In support of UNESCO’s mission to provide arts education to children in post-conflict regions, DESIGN 21: Social Design Network has launched the Mark of Dreams competition.
To increase the awareness of UNESCO’s DREAM Center program, DESIGN 21 is asking established and aspiring designer to submit their designs for the official logo of the program.
Working on a large-scale humanitarian project, the winner will also receive $3,000.
Entries close 17 November 2009.
Click here for more info on how to enter.
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