The Queen's Platinum Jubilee next summer will be defined by an "elegant" emblem created by a university student after winning a design competition.
Young creatives were set the challenge of summing-up the Queen’s 70-year reign with their artistic skills and Edward Roberts’ simple logo was chosen by a judging panel of industry experts, a local news agency reported.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee will be marked next June by a special, four-day, bank holiday weekend. Celebrations will include a live concert staged outside Buckingham Palace with some of the world’s biggest stars, according to the German News Agency.
The teenager, 19, from Southwell, Nottinghamshire, said: "It's just an amazing feeling to win it. I couldn't believe I'd won it really. I was over the moon."
Edward, who is studying for a degree in graphic and communication design at the University of Leeds, has a passion for art and design and worked on the emblem in his spare time and made continual improvements.