“We were already honored that the awarded logo won the jury competition for the 66th Pula event itself, which is one of the oldest continuous film festivals in Europe and the world. At that time, we already felt that this logo had a very successful future ahead of it”Point out the authors, Vedrana Vrabec and Marko Rašić. The use of numbers in the logo emphasizes the tradition and longevity of the festival itself. The figure itself is powerful and symbolic and allows for numerous uses and associations. “Viewers thus interpreted the logo themselves, interpreting it in different ways; from eyebrows to eyebrows, glasses, openings through which to peek, Arena floor plan, film rolls and even exclamation points, etc. From the very beginning it proved to be inspiring and applicable, and the reactions of the audience were excellent”The authors point out. The Red Dot awards will be presented to the winners at the award ceremony on October 1 in Berlin, and that night the awarded projects will be exhibited as part of the “Designers’ Night” celebration in Ewerk. The winning works will also be immortalized in the International Yearbook Brands & Communication Design 2019/2020. which comes out on November 14th. Rašić + Vrabec are specialists in design in culture and for brands that want to become culture. They design and create exhibitions, spaces and products, and the founders of the studio, Vedrana Vrabec + Marko Rašić, have been working professionally for more than 15 years. The most prestigious and largest international recognition for design – Red Dot Award: Brands & Communication Design – went to the Zagreb studio Rašić + Vrabec, the authors of the visual identity of the Pula Film Festival. Photo: Rasic + Sparrow This year, more than 8600 projects applied for this prestigious award, and an international jury of 24 renowned experts selected logo66. Pula Film Festival one of the best in the Brand Design & Identity category for logo design. Vedrana Vrabec and Marko Rašić
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Bangladesh’s players, led by Shakib Al Hasan, have finally called off the strike paving the way for the team to tour India for three Twenty20 Internationals and two Tests beginning on November 3. The strike was called over pay and benefits and it was over after getting assurance from the country’s board that all their demands will be met. The deadlock between the players and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) ended after a two-hour long meeting which went on close to midnight on Wednesday. Shakib attended the meeting alongside other senior players including Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah and Tamim Iqbal. The players added two more demands to the 11 made on Monday, asking for a percentage of BCB revenues and equal pay for women cricketers. BCB president Nazmul Hassan did not commit anything on the two latest demands but said the original 11 will be fulfilled. Players had also demanded fresh elections in the players’ body and BCB agreed to that. Speaking to ESPNCricinfo, Shakib said the meeting was fruitful. “As Papon bhai (BCB boss Nazmul Hassan) said, it was a fruitful discussion. He and the rest of the directors assured us that our demands will be met as soon as possible. Based on their assurance, we will start playing the NCL and attend the training camp,” Shakib said. The strike was apparently triggered by the decision on the Bangladesh Premier League, which reduced the average professional cricketer’s earning. Players’ woes were furthered after the Bangladesh Cricket Board didn’t raise the match fees in the first-class competition. The major demands of the players was the Dhaka Premier League, which is considered as the premier tournament in domestic cricket, should not have a salary cap. The Bangladesh Cricket Board had stated that the Bangladesh Premier League would be not be franchise-based after a fall-out with the franchises earlier in September.Also Read | Shakib Al Hasan Does Not Have Much Interest, Dislikes Test: Bangladesh Cricket Board ChiefOn Tuesday night, the Bangladesh Cricket Board agreed to one of the key demands of the players – to bring back the Dhaka Premier League’s club transfer system – following a meeting of the Dhaka league committee. The players’ other main demands were: Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) must go back to franchise model, central contract salary should be higher, and include more players, higher first class match fees and players’ association to no longer have conflict of interest.
Published on February 10, 2016 at 11:08 pm Contact Chris: email@example.com Paul Flanagan’s message to his team last week was to play a complete 120 minutes of hockey. Syracuse did just that, earning two wins against Penn State in the SU’s first sweep of an opponent in a single weekend.This week, the direction is the opposite.“We’re just focused on Friday night,” Flanagan, SU’s head coach said.That’s because the Orange (14-13-4, 10-4-2 College Hockey America) would clinch a first-round bye in the CHA tournament with a win over conference foe Robert Morris (14-11-5, 6-6-4) on Friday or Saturday.Top-seed Mercyhurst currently leads the Orange in the conference standings by two points with four games left in the regular season. Meanwhile third-ranked RMU trails SU by six points and Penn State, Lindenwood and RIT are all too low in the standings to make a push for a first-round bye.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textA win over Robert Morris on Friday or Saturday would prevent the Colonials from moving into second place and earning the only other first-round bye. And while either day would suffice to beat RMU, Flanagan insists that his team gets the job done on Friday night.“The task at hand is getting those two points,” Flanagan said. “Our mindset is all about Friday night. Let’s get those two points and see where we go from there.”If the team ends up with the No. 2 spot in the conference, SU would have to travel to Mercyhurst for the CHA final if both the Orange and Lakers make it to the championship round. After never beating Mercyhurst in program history prior to last season, Syracuse has defeated the Lakers both at home and on the road this year.Flanagan said he thinks his team is better than the current top-seed Lakers this season. But he was worried about his team’s ability to find ways to win games, as SU hadn’t won back-to-back contests against the same opponent.That changed last weekend, when the Orange won both against the Nittany Lions. Jessica Sibley’s overtime goal sealed a victory on Friday, while Syracuse maintained a 2-1 second-period lead to win on Saturday.“In a couple games, we’ve gotten ahead and we’ve laid back,” defender Heather Schwarz said. “That wasn’t true this time around. When we got ahead, we kept pushing.”While Flanagan is stressing earning the clinching win on Friday night, his players, including defender Morgan Blank, want to build on the confidence established last weekend and earn the top seed.“I know no one wants to settle for second,” Blank said. “Everyone’s looking to get first, to beat Mercyhurst. I’m really hoping Mercyhurst loses this weekend and we can take that momentum into the playoffs.”If Mercyhurst loses once this weekend and Syracuse sweeps Robert Morris, the two will be tied for first place in the CHA standings heading into the final weekend of the regular season.But SU may have problems with Robert Morris’ impressive power-play. The Colonials have scored on 24 percent of its power-play opportunities, a high percentage compared to SU’s 14-percent conversion rate. Three of the last eight goals surrendered by the Orange have been power-play goals.“I don’t know the referee assignments, I’m a little nervous,” Flanagan said. “They’ve got a dynamic power play. They’ve scored a high percentage of their goals on the power play. Our (penalty kill) needs to be ready.”But Schwarz says improved chemistry on SU’s four lines — and the team’s overall development — give Syracuse an advantage over Robert Morris’ defense.“We weren’t consistent with moving our feet and being defensive against (RMU),” Schwarz said. “Since the season has gone on, that’s gotten a lot better.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
GAA: The Donegal SFC has reached the knockout stages, four games are down for decision – but the one clash that everybody is talking about is the clash between Glenswilly and holder St Eunan’s.The last FOUR Donegal SFC titles have been won by either Glenswilly (2011, 2013) or St Eunan’s. (2012, 2014) St Eunan’s were deserving winners last year and defeated Glenswilly in the decider in what was a tense and physical encounter.Many local GAA commentators had tipped Glenswilly to win consecutive titles but Maxi Curran and St Eunan’s had other ideas.His young side showed great maturity with many on the team winning their first ever Donegal SFC title.Glenswilly were in rampant form during the group stages and recorded comfortable wins over Gaoth Dobhair, Malin and Mac Cumhaills. St Eunan’s on the other hand suffered a heavy defeat at home to Naomh Conaill and then stuttered to a win over Dungloe to ensure their passage to the last eight of the Donegal SFC.However, Maxi Curran’s side will be boosted by the return of Rory Kavanagh who has been absent all summer.Kavanagh was in the USA and helped Donegal Boston win the county championship title and his return is a real lift for Eunan’s.Glenswilly will be keen to avenge last year’s win over their bitter local rivals and are desperate to reclaim the Dr Maguire Cup.Michael Murphy and Neil Gallagher as always will have a major bearing on the encounter but Glenswilly also have serious quality at their disposal in the form of Gary McFadden, Caolan Kelly, Ciaran Bonner and Keelan McFadden.The game is at 6.45pm at Mac Cumhaill Park on Sunday night and a massive crowd is expected to attend the match. It promises to be a cracking championship encounter and there will be very little between the two sides at the end.Glenswilly have built up good momentum and look solid and settled and have a real look of a side that mean business.While question marks have been raised over St Eunan’s since their heavy defeat to Naomh Conaill a few weeks.St Eunan’s have serious quality all over the pitch and will relish the prospect of taking on Glenswilly. The reigning champions will be in no mood to relinquish their title and bow out of the competition to Glenswilly.However, Glenswilly’s physicality and the Michael Murphy factor might tip them over the edge.Verdict – GLENSWILLYDONEGAL SFC PREVIEW: CLASH OF THE TITANS AS ST EUNAN’S AND GLENSWILLY FACE OFF was last modified: September 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal SFCGAAnewsSport