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CN No.1 Logo Competition
Chance to WIN* £100 voucher of your choice, champagne, chocolates &...
Building on the momentum of our 2016 CN Readers Survey – where you voted CN Magazine as your No.1 read* – we have launched the CN No.1 logo competition. It's time to get creative!
Adult colouring is now a popular downtime activity,1 with enthusiasts stating that it is stress relieving and promotes mindfulness.2 In a 2016 study, researchers found that 75% of the participants' cortisol levels lowered during their 45 minutes of making art.3 With this in mind, we want you to find your inner 'Picasso' and design a CN No.1 logo.
The winner, who will be voted for by The CN Team, will WIN* a £100 voucher of their choice, a bottle of champagne and a box of chocolates. Not only will the winner receive these fantastic prizes, they will also see their logo recreated/ formatted and used on the front cover of Dec 17/Jan 18 issue of CN. The competition will run until 2nd November 2017.
* No purchase necessary. Competition is free to enter. Only one entry per person. Competition closing date is 2nd November 2017, 23:59 GMT (UK). The winner will be informed by email and an announcement will be made in the Dec 17/Jan 18 issue of CN Magazine. The winner of the prize draw must claim their prize within a month of the competition closing date (by 2nd Dec 2017). Click here for Full terms and conditions.
References: 1. Halzack S (2016). Colour of money: the rise of colouring books for grown-ups. Independent. Accessed online: www.independent.co.uk/news/business/analysis-and-features/colour-of-money-a6939901.html.; 2. Moss R (2014). How Colouring Books Are Helping Adults Beat Stress And Anxiety. Huffington Post Lifestyle. Accessed online: www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/10/07/colouring-books-for-adults-stress_n_5944298.html.; 3. Kaimal G (2016). Reduction of Cortisol Levels and Participants' Responses Following Art Making. Art Ther (Alex).; 33(2): 74-80. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2016.1166832.