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Motorola announces MyMotoLogo contest to celebrate 60 years of its batwing logo

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Update: Motorola has just sent an update saying that only six MyMotoLogo contest winners stand a chance to win a customised Moto X. They have clarified that Moto Maker program has not come to India.

Ready to be the proud owner of a #MotoX made just for you, by you? RT if you’re excited! http://t.co/Gk7DzyzOwh pic.twitter.com/BtjbZ7QEzs

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) June 15, 2015

The Batwing rises! And we’re celebrating its 60th year with #MyMotoLogo. This one’s for you: http://t.co/Gk7DzyzOwh pic.twitter.com/M9ESPbOlVs

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) June 15, 2015

The Motorola Batwing logo was introduced on June 19, 1955. The mark was designed by Morton Goldsholl Design Associates in Chicago. The two aspiring triangles peak arching into an abstracted “M” form the basis of the iconic mark.

It was speculated that the Moto Maker program was going to come to India. These speculations were fuelled by Motorola India’s tweets, but the company has got back saying it was a build up to the contest.

According to the contest, users are expected to design their own Moto logo. The shortlisted designs will be mentored by a jury of four art influencers to make the final Batwing logo. Six winners stand a chance to win a Motorola Moto X with their customised logo on it.

On Sunday, Motorola India’s official Twitter handle pushed out a cryptic message that read, “One of a kind begets one of a kind. You are going to love this one. Watch this space to find out!” It was followed by another tweet that tried to give a better idea.

Artistry is as artistry does. Fancy doing something to show off your arty side? Find out how on the 15th of June. pic.twitter.com/NYP92B5E7i

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) June 14, 2015

You’re about to experience a sea of choices. Find out how on June 15. What will you choose to do? pic.twitter.com/9FJe4afRdf

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) June 13, 2015

Coming soon: Your shot at showing off your creativity is just round the corner! Watch this space. pic.twitter.com/CRGiV1zW6y

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) June 12, 2015

The Moto Maker programme lets users choose from a range of options like a wooden panel and leather back for the Moto X as well as the Moto 360. It also lets users choose from rear shell cover, front colour and the amount of storage space – 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Moto Maker allows users to choose from different coloured watch cases, wristbands (leather and metal) and watch faces. Overall, it lets users choose from three case finishes, nine bands and 11 watch faces.

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