The IM4BUFFALO t-shirt design contest!
We wear our Buffalo pride on our sleeve. Now we want to wear it on our backs. Literally. And we want YOU to design the shirts. We’ve teamed up with our good friends at You and Who to create the nxtARROW IM4BUFFALO tshirt design contest!
The winning design will be printed and available for purchase on the You and Who web site! For every shirt sold, another will be donated to a local organization for distribution to someone in need within the Western New York community. As with all You and Who designers, the winner will receive one dollar for every shirt sold, and become a featured artist on youandwho.com.
Who Can Enter?
Anyone who lives in the greater Buffalo area is invited to submit entries! No design experience required!
What is the design theme?
It’s simple: Do one thing for Buffalo! We want your shirt to inspire everyone who sees it to help make this wonderful city an even better place. Take a look at our Web site to see what we mean. The design must somehow feature either the phrase “IM4BUFFALO” or “DO1THING4BUFFALO”. The web address nxtarrow.com/im4buffalo must also be visible somewhere (on the back is ok.).
What will the winner get?
The winning designer will have his or her design featured on the You and Who website. The shirts will be available for sale on the site, and for every shirt sold, one will be donated. The artist will earn one dollar for every shirt sold, up to one thousand. In addition to becoming a featured You and Who artist, the winner will also receive a gift certificate from our good friends at Sweetness 7 Café. Yum!
How can I enter?
It’s easy! Just post your design on the nxtARROW Facebook page, and email your design files to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries are due on February 28, 2011 so start designing! Please read the rules and regulations for more details.
About our partners
You and Who is a company dedicated to selling quality shirts to people that want them and, in turn, giving them to people who need them. Products are designed by local artists to benefit their own communities. For more information, visit www.youandwho.com