This challenge is open to all students, grades K-college, enrolled in a school in the United States or Canada.
The Send Your Logo to Space competition is seeking a student-designed logo to use for the $1 million+ Base 11 Space Challenge! A logo is the face of a brand, and we need you to help us craft that! Whether you are in elementary school through college, an experienced graphic designer or an artsy amateur, we welcome you to bring your creativity.
This is your chance to send your logo to space!
Be bold! Be different! Keep it simple!
Accept the Challenge, and get to work on your design today!
The Base 11 Space Challenge is a $1M+ prize for a student-led team to design, build, and launch a liquid-propelled, single stage rocket to an altitude of 100 kilometers (The Karman Line) by December 30, 2021.
To learn more about the Space Challenge, visit base11spacechallenge.org.
Base 11 is a non-profit, workforce and entrepreneur development company on a mission to close the STEM gap and build a sustainable middle class in America.
Base 11 is a connector matching STEM businesses, educational institutions and entrepreneurial opportunities with the high-potential, low-resource students that have shown interest and talent but lack the resources and access needed to allow their interest to grow. Our signature solution, dedicated partners and growing base of support is about much more than just funding, financial aid or general STEM education. It’s a one-of-a-kind strategy specifically designed to change the way people think. It takes a tactical, active approach, specifically finding motivated talent and creating a dedicated path for them to succeed in a very short period of time. Success is defined as STEM-related employment, admission to a four-year college in a STEM-related field or the development of a STEM-related business in less than 24 months.
If you’d like to know more about Base 11, visit base11.com.
To see the Official Rules of the competition, click here.
The winning logo design will be used on all of our Base 11 Space Challenge swag - t-shirts, rocketeer patches, water bottles, stickers - as well as our social media pages, and in our marketing communications for the Challenge. Over the next 2 years, as students aim to launch a rocket into space, your logo will be seen all across the United States and Canada serving as the brand for this great feat!
To see the Official Rules of the competition, click here.
All eligible Entries will be judged according to the following criteria:
Space Challenge Alignment: 25%
Base 11 Branding Alignment: 25%
Base 11 is committed to awarding up to $2,500 in overall prize money as follows:
Overall Grand Winner: $1,500 (one (1) winner);
Crowd Favorite: $500 (one (1) winner);
Category Winners: $500 total (one (1) winner for each category):
Note: All logo designs will initially be private. After judging, Base 11 will downselect to a group of finalist logos that will become public and enter Crowd Voting. During judging, Base 11 will conduct a due diligence process to verify that winners are students currently enrolled in a school in the United States or Canada. Logos will also undergo a legal review to confirm that they are eligible for Trademark. The Overall Grand Winner logo submission must pass legal review in order to receive the $1,500 cash prize, however all other Category Winners and Crowd Favorite logos will receive a cash prize regardless of the legal review determination.
Limit one (1) Submission per person during the Entry Period. Submissions must be made online, via upload to the HeroX.com website. No late submissions will be accepted.
Winner Determination and Notification
Challenge Sponsor’s decisions as to the administration and operation of the Challenge and the selection of the winners are final and binding in all matters related to the Challenge. The winners are considered potential winners pending verification of eligibility and compliance with these Rules. The potential winners will be notified on the HeroX website immediately after the Challenge ends. If the Challenge Sponsor is unable to contact any potential winners or if the potential winners fail to comply with these Rules or applicable law, the potential winners’ Prize(s) is/are forfeited and an alternative winner will be selected.
An individual prize will be awarded only if the potential winner fully complies with these Rules. No transfer, assignment, exchange, refund or substitution of a prize (or portion of any prize) permitted unless Challenge Sponsor, in its sole discretion, determines otherwise. No portion of the prizes will be replaced or replenished if lost, stolen, damaged, destroyed or used without the winner’s permission. All details and other restrictions of the prizes not specified in these Rules will be determined by Challenge Sponsor in its sole discretion. All costs, including federal, state and local taxes, any costs/expenses related to participation in the Challenge or acceptance or use of the prize(s), and other expenses not specifically identified as included in the prize(s), are the sole responsibility of the winner(s).
Intellectual Property Rights
As detailed in the CSA, by entering, Innovators agree that: (i) all Submissions become Challenge Sponsor's property and will not be returned; and (ii) Challenge Sponsor and its licensees, successors and assignees have the right to use any and all Submissions, and the names, likenesses, voices and images of all persons appearing in the Submission, for future advertising, promotion and publicity in any manner and in any medium now known or hereafter devised throughout the world in perpetuity. Base 11 has the right to use any and all Submissions, including and specifically the logo, for future advertising, promotion and publicity. As a condition to being awarded the prize or prizes, Innovator must perpetually, irrevocably, and unconditionally assign to the Sponsor all right, title, and interest in and to the Submission, including and specifically the logo, by executing the Challenge Assignment And Transfer Agreement, attached as Exhibit A to this CSA.
Waiver & Release.
(A) Accepts The Conditions Stated In These Official Rules, The Csa, And Agrees To Be Bound By The Decisions Of The Challenge Sponsor;
(B) Acknowledged That None Of Challenge Sponsor, Individual And Corporate Sponsors, Judges, And All Of Their Respective Affiliates, Employees, Officers, Directors, Or Agents Will Be Responsible Or Liable For Any Losses, Liabilities, Damages (Including, Without Limitation, Personal Injury Or Property Damage) And Claims Or Any Related Costs Or Expenses (Including, Without Limitation, Legal Fees And Disbursements Of Costs Of Investigation, Litigation, Settlement, Judgment, Interest, And Penalties (“Losses”) That May Occur Due To Participation In This Competition;
(C) Releases And Forever Discharges Challenge Sponsor, Individual And Corporate Sponsors, Judges, And All Of Their Respective Affiliates, Employees, Officers, Directors, Or Agents From Any And All Losses Arising From Participation In The Competition;
(D) Waives Any And All Rights Or Claims For Losses Against Challenge Sponsor, Individual And Corporate Sponsors, Judges, And All Of Their Respective Affiliates, Employees, Officers, Directors, Or Agents For Any And All Losses Suffered Resulting From Innovator’s Participation In The Competition And Competition-Related Events;
(E) Covenants Not To Sue Challenge Sponsor, Individual And Corporate Sponsors, Judges, And All Of Their Respective Affiliates, Employees, Officers, Directors, Or Agents For Any Losses Therefor On Account Of Injury, Damage To Personal Property, Or Death Arising From Innovator’s Participation In The Competition Or Any Other Losses Whatsoever.
Innovator acknowledges and agrees to indemnify, defend, release from liability, and hold harmless Challenge Sponsor, individual and corporate sponsors, Judges, and all of their respective affiliates, employees, officers, directors and agents from and against any and all Losses arising from, relating to, or connected with participation in the Challenge or any part of the Submission, or any activities incidental thereto including, without limitation: (i) any third-party claims, including, without limitation, any claims for personal bodily injury and/or personal property damage; (ii) claims based on any alleged breach of these Rules or the CSA by any person; (iii) failure of Innovator to procure an effective waiver or provide the appropriate legal documents; (iv) any claims that the Submission, including the logo, infringes upon or violates the intellectual property rights of any third party, infringes upon or violates any person’s or entity’s right of privacy, or otherwise is in breach of any section of these Rules; or (v) actual or alleged agreements or arrangements with other Innovators or participants. Innovator acknowledges and agrees that the obligation to indemnify and hold harmless as set forth in this Section will survive the expiration, lapse, or termination of this Agreement.
Limitation of Liability and Exclusion of Damages
No party shall be liable to any other party for any loss of profits, loss of use, loss of goodwill, or any indirect, special, incidental, consequential, or exemplary damages of any kind, whether or not such party is advised of the possibility of such damages, and even if circumstances cause available remedies to fail.
(a) the total aggregate liability of challenge sponsor for any claims, causes of action, disputes or demands arising from, relating to, or in connection with this agreement, including but not limited to such liability resulting from challenge sponsor’s breach of any term of this agreement and/or challenge sponsor’s negligence or other tortious conduct and/or any decision by challenge sponsor to disqualify innovator and/or termination of this agreement by challenge sponsor, shall be limited to innovator’s direct damages not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00).
(b) To the extent permitted under applicable law none of Challenge Sponsor, individual or corporate sponsors, Judges, and all of their respective affiliates, employees, officers, directors and agents shall be liable for: (1) any incorrect or inaccurate information; (2) technical failures of any kind; (3) unauthorized human intervention in any aspect of the Challenge; (4) any other claims of damages arising from participation in this Challenge or acceptance or use of prizes; and (5) any claims by an Innovator that its submission is similar to another submission or intellectual property.
Choice of Law and Forum Selection
All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these Official Rules, the CSA, or the rights and obligations of the Innovator or Challenge Sponsor in connection with the Challenge, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of California without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules (whether of the State of California or any other jurisdiction), which would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than the State of California.
If any provision of this Agreement conflicts with the law under which this Agreement is construed or that is otherwise applicable to Innovator, or if any such provision is held invalid by a competent authority, such provision will be deemed to be restated to reflect as nearly as possible the original intentions of the parties in accordance with applicable law. If the competent authority holds the provision illegal, invalid, or unenforceable even after restatement, the provision will be limited or eliminated to the minimum extent necessary. The remainder of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect.
The Challenge is being administered by the National Rocketry League, LLC and sponsored and funded by the National Rocketry League, LLC and individual and corporate sponsors.