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Spirit of Nigeria

Held by Afridext
Logo Design
Corporate, Social and Religion


90 Entries
47 Designers
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by Thomas
Afridext wishes to apologize for the delay in releasing this shortlist. Contest is closed.

Design Brief

Company Details

Afridext Integrated Services

Graphic Design is a platform where customers buy or sell high quality graphic designs relevant to the African market at preferred prices


Since its independence in 1960, Nigeria has grown to become a ‘giant’ force in Africa- this does not come as a surprise if one considers the size of the country’s population and economy. With a population of about 175 million people, it is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous in Africa. The country is also notorious for its heterogeneity as it is the home of over 500 ethnic groups (with over 500 different languages) out of which Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba are the largest.


Nigeria outpaced South Africa to become the largest economy in Africa in 2014 and according to World Bank (2015), the country was ranked the 20th largest economy in the world worth more than $500 billion and $ 1 trillion in terms of nominal GDP and purchasing power parity respectively. However, 2016 has been an eventful one in the country as facts and figures show how the growth of the economy has plummeted.


Despite the current economic state of the country, Afridext  is giving Nigerians a reason to celebrate the beauty, culture, creativity, ambience and dexterity of the country.


Therefore, as part of our commitment to the Nigerian project and to celebrate the 56th Independence Anniversary of Nigeria, we are calling for entries from designers and visual creatives under the theme ‘Spirit of Nigeria’. Submit any original design that best represents the theme and showcases the spirit of Independence. Entries can be graphic designs, pictures, drawings, illustrations or any other form of still image.

The contest is divided into 2 rounds: at the end of the first round, the top 10 entries wil be shortlisted by Afridext and will be unveiled by 1 October, 2016.


Only the 10 shortlisted designs will make the 2nd round out of which 3 winning designs will be decided through votes.


Voting commences on 1 October, 2016 and ends on 8 October, 2016, the 3 winning designs will be unveiled by 9 October, 2016.

What would you like to see in results?:

The design must represent the theme ‘Spirit of Nigeria’;

Works done in groups have to be stated clearly;

All designs must be original;

Your name and the Afridext logo should be embedded at the bottom of your design (the logo can be saved directly from the site);

 Minimum of 1000 x 1000 pixels with 72 dpi resolution;

RGB Colour space only;

JPEG and PNG formats only;

Max file size is 25mb;

Get your friends to vote for you;

Have fun!

What would you like not to see in results?:

Plagiarized design will not be considered

All unlicensed fonts and/or resources should be properly accredited if required

Suggest colors you wish designers to include in your design. Open color panel

Other colors: Graphic designers are at liberty to use any colour (s),

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Adebiyi Adeyinka @yinkabiyi 2016-09-28 18:24:42

i love Afridext, this Platform has help to develop individuals to b creative, and help an individual to always come up with something new, transformation and modification it is so morden. IT FUN TO DO WHAT I ALWAYS WANTED TO DO!.

Adebiyi Adeyinka @yinkabiyi 2016-09-28 18:28:53

I hope to gain more knowledge on graphic design with this competition. i wish to be the winner. thank u.

samuel Kerss @ENOFESON 2016-09-28 20:44:19

i wish to be the winner. thank u.

Anthony O. @TK7 2016-10-02 02:18:51

fukn BS

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