QMadinatayn’s Logo and Slogan Competetion–Bring it!

Qabeelat Madinatayn is in need of a LOGO and SLOGAN! 

You know what that means? All you creative people out there…you graphic designers and soon to be artists…take out your sketchbooks and start drawing!

As you know, Qabeelat Madinatayn is the NEWEST powerhouse TRIBE of AlMaghrib Institute. Madinatayn, which is the arabic word for two cities, gives a representation of the Twin Cities area which our Qabeelah represents.

Every Tribe of AlMaghrib Institute has a Logo and Slogan specific to its student body.  Check out these examples:

Qabeelat Shams–A Shining Example

Qabeelat Nurayn–THE LIGHTHOUSE that guides to the truth, the ‘ilm and shines bright with iman!

Banu Ihsan–ILMinate, EMANcipate, ACTivate!

SLOGAN**–Do you have a talent for words?  You’re just the person we’re looking for!  We’re looking for a phrase or short sentence that can sum up who we are as a Qabeelah.  This slogan should be short, inspiring and representative of the Twin Cities (and thus Qabeelat Madintayn).

LOGO**–Do you have a talent for drawing or graphic design?  Are you waiting for an opportunity to showcase your talent and use it for the benefit of the Muslim community?  This is the perfect chance for you to create an ORIGINAL design to represent Qabeelat Madinatayn.  Be creative, think BIG, and most importantly…HAVE FUN! 

The logo and slogan will be placed on all Qabeelat Madinatayn merchandise, so go ahead…show us your talents!

DEADLINE:  Friday, January 7th 2010 at 9:00 P.M.

**Slogans and Logos should be emailed to <almaghrib.minnesota@gmail.com>

 

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