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T-Shirt Design Contest Announced. 1500 Euro prize!

| October 26, 2020 | 0 Comments
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T-Shirt Design Contest Announced. 1500 Euro prize!

Come one come all. Design a T-Shirt, make people happy, put some cash in your pocket. ArtCulture has partnered with LaFraise to bring you an awesome contest that should be a lot of fun to participate in. The winner receives over 1500 Euros (not a bad chunk of change) and a limited run of 500 prints of their winning design. If we have enough submissions we may even pick more then one winner, so get your designs submitted!

Details

  • Submissions start today (September 30th) and go until October 13th .
  • 1 Winner will be selected and will receive 1500 Euros and their design will be printed in a limited run of 500. And who knows if we get enough solid submissions we might pick more winners.
  • The theme is “Dark Matter “. Wiki description here
  • The theme might be a tough one but I’m sure you guys will step-up to the challenge. Think “alternate universe” or what sort of things could be contained within the “dark matter” of the universe .

To view the current ArtCulture/DarkMatter contest submissions, click here. From there you can also view previous LaFraise contests, and their submissions, just use the navigation panel on the left of the LaFraise website.

Good luck guys!!

A limited run of 500 prints of their winning design.

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