26 March, 2021

Design Contest: the winners!

Merchandise for 100 years of SCI

Service Civil International turned 100 years old in 2020, and we extended the celebrations to 2021 with the goal of holding an in-person closing event in December, during ICM 2021 in France. Before that, other centenary activities are planned, such as a Peace Caravan and Actions for Peace.

To mark the anniversary in a memorable way, and having the upcoming events in mind, we created a contest for designs that can be used by SCI organisations for merchandise.

The results are in, and we are delighted to present you with the designs that we selected!

 

Design by Jessica W. Kwan – @badattitudebunny

Designs by Yeliz Cavrar – Communication volunteer at our office

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These works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Thank you to the artists, who donated their time and talent to create such great designs!

The winners were rewarded with our book “Words about Deeds”, the publication that collects stories of the 100 years of SCI and volunteering for peace.

Here how your merchandise could look with these designs.

Mockup psd created by Vectorium – www.freepik.com

Background psd created by aleksandr_samochernyi – www.freepik.com

Mockup psd created by Vectorium – www.freepik.com

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