Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 17, 2007
Mikonoclast, LLC, the owners of Mikons.com, the website that let's you design your own visual symbols to connect with other people, announces the addition of color to the Mikon Machine™ to give members a greater design palette. Plus, Mikonoclast, LLC is sponsoring a contest for an all expense paid trip to the 2007 South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival for the creator of the new Mikons.com logo.
Mikon members can now enjoy adding a splash of color to the designs they create on Mikons.com. The new color palettes are located in the fill and line tools at the bottom of the Mikon Machine™ in the Create section of the website. Mikons.com has also added some fun new features to the Mikons.com experience, including, the ability to type text in the Mikon Machine™ to create a design element with letters, and you can now post comments on other members Mikons.
The new features will surely inspire some member creativity, which is why Mikonoclast LLC has also announced the logo contest. The contest is open to all members of Mikons.com, so if you are not a member, join today! The new Mikons logo must be created using the Mikon Machine™ and the design elements must connote a symbolic representation of the Mikons.com mission. The prize is an all expense paid trip to the 2007 SXSW Interactive Festival, March 9-13, 2007 in Austin, Texas. Entries are due by midnight CST February 13, 2007. Go to http://www.mikons.com/logocontest for complete contest rules.
About Mikonoclast, LLC
Mikonoclast, LLC is headquartered in Cedar Park, Texas, and founded by Mark Smith and Kenna Smith, the creators of Mikons.com, the first online vector editing graphic tool in the world. Mikonoclast, LLC is the owner of Mikons.com and is managed by Mark Smith. Mikons.com offers a new form of self-expression that connects people through personally created visual symbols and personal tags. Mikons.com is a service and a catalyst for self-discovery, self-expression, sharing, acceptance, and community, worldwide. Mikons was inspired by iconographic work done for Lance Armstrong by the artist Futura (Lenny McGurr) in collaboration with Nike to commemorate his heroic life and unprecedented Tour de France racing career. For more information or to join, visit http://www.mikons.com.