NodeSchool is an open source project run by volunteers with two goals: to create high quality programming curriculum and to host community learning events.
Visit the official Nodeschool website to learn more about.
For this event I was asked to do the logo and basic branding to promote it in social networks and printed flyers to display in some Universities.
First things first. The event should represent the city that hosts it, so I decided to draw the "Citadel's door, that's the original entrance and exit of the Citadel of Montevideo built during the Spanish domination. It was built during the years 1746-1760, extended over an area of 1502 meters and its perimeter was defined by thick stone walls surrounded by moats.
Today, this area is called Old Town and it's a neighborhood of Montevideo. Home to corporations, ministries and government offices, banks, museums, art galleries and cultural centers and shops of various items, restaurants, discos, nightclubs and pubs, which are frequented by locals and tourists.
So the final logo for this event was result of the merge between the Citadel's door and the original Nodeschool logo.
Here's also the banner we printed for Universities.