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Google Lunar X Prize Shirt Contest Completed September 8, 2008

Posted by Nick Azer in brand, Google Lunar X Prize, Helium-3, silicon, solar power.
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The folks over at the X Prize Foundation just wrapped up a T-Shirt design contest for the Google Lunar X Prize.

I was never personally a fan of the old “Moon 2.0” shirts (with Moon 2.0 being the slogan of sorts for the Lunar X Prize), and I believe a strong brand could significantly amplify interest in the subject.

The new, winning design by Julian F. Bennett of Merritt Island, FL:


That meters diagram is awesome. And the second prize runner-up, by Claire A. Schaeffer of Clearwater, FL:

Expect me to me modeling that winning design on the streets of Portland (OR) in the near future… :)

If you’re wondering more about Moon 2.0 and that brand, here’s an informative (if mildly cheesy)video all about it (the bit about silicon and solar power is interesting…I was totally expecting that to be a helium-3 lead-up):

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