News - Administration of Yekaterinburg published terms of reference for the development of symbols 2018 World Cup
News - Administration of Yekaterinburg published terms of reference for the development of symbols 2018 World Cup

Administration of Yekaterinburg published terms of reference for the development of symbols 2018 World Cup

Administration of Yekaterinburg published terms of reference for the development of symbols 2018 World Cup
Friday, 18 November 2011, 19:44

Municipal budgetary institution "Capital of Urals" has published the terms of reference for the development of the official poster of the World Cup in 2018.

By the decision of the FIFA municipalities have the right to create posters host cities that will become the only carrier that promote the city to the creation of the official emblem of the tournament. Official poster gives the city the opportunity to display their visual connection with the 2018 World Cup. Each of the FIFA World Cup host cities must provide a unique poster that will be the basis for a campaign to promote the city as an organizer of the 2018 World Cup.

The day before on the orders of the head of the Administration of Ekaterinburg Alexander Jacob in the Ural capital started the contest works on drawing sketches, posters official symbols of the 2018 World Cup. The competition is open to both professional design agencies, as well as any resident of Yekaterinburg, which owns specialized programs for computer design.

In drawing up the work of their authors must take into account not only the history of Yekaterinburg, but also its future development to the poster has not lost its relevance in 2018.

The works should be sent until February 2012 by e-mail MBU "Capital of Urals": mvr@ekburg.ru . The best works will be submitted to FIFA for approval as the official logo.

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