2021 T-shirt Design Entry Form

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We are issuing an open call for a logo design that will be featured on the front of the Code4Lib 2021 Conference t-shirt. The winning logo will be chosen based on a popular vote, which will be held Jan. 18-21, 2021.

Designs should include the conference name (Code4Lib 2021) and are limited to a single color, by default a white logo on a black t-shirt. If you would prefer a color other than white, let us know in your explanatory text and it will be considered, but can not be guaranteed.

Deadline for entries: Jan. 13, 2021

All designs must be original and the intellectual property of the person entering the design and must be compliant with the conference code of conduct.

To enter your design please include:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Explanatory text telling us about your design
  • Your design image

Sample Entry

Joe Ouroboros


This is my awesome design. It'll win one of these years.


Not sure how to upload your image? Check out https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Editing_pages for more information about editing a page! Here's a template for what the wikitext should look like when you enter your image:

Name, email address :
[[Image:Name of image file you uploaded]]
Explanatory text

If you need help setting up an editing account for this wiki please contact Ryan Wick (ryanwick [at] gmail [dot] com).


Julia Caffrey-Hill

Geometric theme inspired by this year's conference website

Tshirt2021-a - Julia Caffrey-Hill.png

Julia Caffrey-Hill
Variation on geometric design

Tshirt2021-b - Julia Caffrey-Hill.png

Ben Companjen
A doodly idea aligning the ""o"" and ""i"" in ""Code{4}Lib 2021"" and ""ONLINE"", the former positioned over the latter, stretching the letters in the second line. Of course it needs to be vectorised, but I believe it is simple enough to do so quickly.

20210107 003558 - Ben Companjen.jpg

Amy Drayer
This is a play on the terminal window, as we will be at home.

Mat Kelly
A simple, typographic, monochrome logo that relies on the openly licensed Inconsolata typeface, negative space, and varied kerning.

Logo mkelly code4Lib2021 - Mat Kelly.png