It’s time the Hugo Award had a signature bit of art to strengthen its identity in all media. That’s why the Hugo Awards Marketing Committee is offering $500 in cash and assorted other prizes to the person who submits the winning logo design between now and May 31.
The selection will be made by Chip Kidd (Graphic Designer/Writer/Editor), Irene Gallo (Art Director at Tor Books and Tor.com), Geri Sullivan (Fan & Graphic Design pro) and Neil Gaiman (Hugo Award winning writer).
The cash prize is being provided by SCIFI, the group which ran the 2006 Worldcon.
The committee hopes to announce the winner at Anticipation, the World Science Fiction Convention in Montreal, in August.
The full press release appears after the jump.