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The next Ontario Summer Games will take place in Toronto in August 2012. Aligning with their One Year to Go countdown, the Organizing Committee has launched a Mascot Design Competition. The poster below is designed to promote the competition, with the first due-date on October 7.
Chair of the 2012 Ontario Summer Games Organizing Committee, Rahul Bhardwaj, said that these games are, “a tremendous opportunity for the City of Toronto to host Ontario’s best amateur athletes, the legacy of volunteerism and sport development will have a lasting impact on the City.”
The Ontario Games began in 1970 as a showcase for amateur sport; they have now become Ontario’s largest multi-sport event, involving over 3,000 athletes, coaches, managers, and officials from across the province who participate in both team and individual sports. The Games take place every two years and are awarded through a formal bidding process. The Ontario Games are a program of the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport and are delivered by the Sport Alliance of Ontario. The 2012 Ontario Summer Games are a partnership of the City of Toronto, The Toronto Sports Council and Tourism Toronto.
Visit the official website of the Ontario Summer Games at www.2012ontariosummergames.ca.
Karine’s is a very successful small-business that runs a Vegan, Vegetarian and All-Day Breakfast downtown Toronto. After the business had established itself in its new location, it was time to extend their image and brand beyond their new website and business cards.
Originally, the business listed their extensive menu offerings on white-boards written in black marker, fitting their home-made charm. To highlight some of their most popular items to new patrons, Karine’s requested a series of signs for their specials. The signs below are now up at their busy business inside the Village by the Grange Food Court.
Small signs labelling their daily fresh baked goods were also created for consistency and increased readability.