Our new SCBWI (QLD) blog logo

We’ve chosen our three winners.

Thank to to all our entrants! We have a wealth of talent in this state. 

1. OUR BLOG LOGO – illustrated by Anil Tortop, in collaboration with author, Jennifer Poulter.

2. OUR FACEBOOK LOGO – designed and illustrated by Jennifer Pearce.

3. OUR OUTDOOR BANNER LOGO – designed and illustrated by Lynn Priestley. 

(c) Anil Tortop and Jennifer Poulter

Jennifer Poulter:  My design symbolises the joyous spirit of creativity! The pelican represents authors and illustrators catching ideas, surfing waves of inspiration. It also symbolises Queensland with its long, long coastline and the pelican, one of our most prolific water-birds, which is found on the coast and on inland lakes.  Water symbolises growth, nourishing, renewal – a great symbol for the dissemination of knowledge and the generation of ideas, the stimulation of imagination. It also captures the joy of playing in water, which all children love whether it is in the bath on the beach, river or lakeside, in the pool or under the hose!

Anil executed the design and – a stroke of genius – incorporated the Q for Queensland in the wave!

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SCBWI Qld is part of Australian and New Zealand chapter of the SCBWI (Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators). The SCBWI is a professional organisation that acts as a network for children's authors, illustrators, editors and publishers. There are over 22,000 members in more than 70 regions worldwide. In Australia and New Zealand we have a strong and active network.

6 thoughts on “Our new SCBWI (QLD) blog logo

  1. Thank you, everyone for commenting. We’re off to a great start on this blog. Get set for some interesting articles posted by experienced authors and illustrators (mostly SCBWI members from Queensland and from other Aussie states).
    cheers
    Sheryl (who is the current blog mistress:)

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