ITV asks children to design artwork for new TV logo - here’s how to submit yours

Laura Hampson

Children across the UK have been home from school for two weeks now, as the UK remains on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic .

To get their creativity flowing, national broadcaster ITV has announced its new initiative: ITV Kids Create.

It is encouraging kids across the UK to be creative while at home and submit their artwork for a chance to have it featured on ITV’s idents (the ITV logos broadcast before and after ad breaks).

How can my kids get involved?

ITV said in a statement: “We are making a very special ITV logo featuring artwork created by kids at home across the nation.

"So, for a chance to be part of it, draw, paint or sketch us your best picture. Then ask your parent or guardian to post a photo of your artwork using #ITVKidsCreate and @ITV to Twitter or Instagram.”

You can download the ITV template from, and start colouring in. Drawings must be on an A4 size piece of paper and the submission must be a photograph of this drawing.

To submit a picture via social media, simply visit ITV’s Instagram or Twitter page and tag @ITV and use the hashtag #ITVKidsCreate. If ITV like the image, a member of the team will contact you by direct message on these platforms.

As many pictures as possible will be used, with on-screen credit for each submission broadcast and they will be on ITV this month.

Submissions open today, Monday April 6 and close on Sunday April 19 at midnight.