We are a group of New York City film makers and web developers and are looking to collect stories about Marijuana use. We will be collecting stories that are traditional (Cancer, Glaucoma, AIDS etc) but are also very interested in stories that illustrate other lesser known uses for marijuana.
The goal is to show people that the medicinal uses of marijuana are very diverse and very real. There are many stories about how people are currently benefiting from Marijuana use. We want to give these people the opportunity to tell their stories and potentially use them and their story in our documentary.
We will also need a logo for "HealWithGreen.com" so if you want to submit a design for this as well you are free to do so. This design will be a bit more reserved then 420Mission.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Target audience is people who smoke marijuana for medicinal purposes. We are interested in all stories including those from (Cancer, Gloucoma, AIDS etc) patients but are especially interested in stories from people who are using Marijuana in a less well publicized way. One such story is of a man who has Activity Onset Asthma and is able to work out without respiratory issues when he smokes!
We want a clean elegant mark - one that will inspire people to send in their stories. The mark should be professional - the winning mark will probably not have a pot leaf in it as we want to appear very professional. (But please feel free to submit a couple of pot leaf variations if you feel you can create something with this imagery that is elegant)
We would definitely like to portray an environmentally friendly vibe (think green).
The mark can be using the name "420Mission" as part of it or can have a mark and the text next to it.
Be creative, be bold and have fun with this one!
The final file will be delivered as an EPS (Illustrator layered file) Please build a nice organized file if possible as we will probably break the logo up and animate it for use on the site)
You can also deliver a PSD file as long as the file size is nice and big (probably around 2000 pixels or larger)