SHE WENT WILD T-SHIRT DESIGN COMP
HELLO SWW adventurers!
We have been meaning to release some new SWW swag for ages and with the New Year hot on our heels, we’ve decided to get our act together and make it happen ASAP.
If you are an illustrator or graphic designer, we want your help on a new t-shirt design!
Here is your brief:
Design a back + front for a t-shirt with prominent placement of the SWW logo on both the left breast or back. The left breast can just be the logo as is but feel free to get really creative with the back!
We are open to having your Instagram handle somewhere in the back graphic so long as it is secondary to the SWW branding
This is the style that we love but feel free to surprise + delight us!!!
Submit your design in PNG and PDF formats before December 20th 2018
THE PRIZE POOL:
2 x OtterBox Elevation 10 Tumblers (1 Fabulous Pink and 1 Frozen Shimmer Blue) valued at AUD 34.99 each
1 x Osprey Transporter Duffel 65 (Keystone Grey) valued at AUD 199.95
By submitting your entry, you agree to the Terms and Conditions as laid out below.
Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
Entry is free and open to Australian residents only, aged 18 and older, who submit a design file that meets the brief above.
This competition closes on December 20th 2018 at 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.
The winning design will be chosen by the She Went Wild team of Emma Walker and Thuc Do. The winner will be announced on Instagram and Facebook, as well as through our fortnightly newsletter.
The winner will be contacted via email for the postal address to which the prize pack will be mailed.
She Went Wild have the right to reject and discount any entry if we suspect any design plagiarism.
The winning design will only be used to print apparel but this is not limited to t-shirts and may include other clothing items. However, She Went Wild do agree to only use the design for print jobs commenced in 2019.
The laws of Australia apply to this promotion to the exclusion of any other law. Entrants submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Australia.