Front Row Society has a new design contest–SILENCE IN KYOTO–your art and designs on scarves for Fall of 2015
Submission Deadline: 30 June, 2014, 6pm CET
Voting Starts: 01 July, 2014, 6pm CET
This competition is for scarves and your print might need to be adjusted to fit the appropriate template. All templates are marked with design specifications to help you get your design just right.
Learn more on how to submit your design http://www.frontrowsociety.com/frs/how-to/
SUBMISSIONS END IN About 10 DAYS
VOTING: 1 – 15th July, 2014
What can you win? Each winner receives a one-off immediate prize of 200€ . plus one of their products when it arrives in stock. But that is not all – each & every time we sell 500 pieces of your design, you will receive an additional €200. Front Row society will also conduct an interview with the winner, publicizing their design across the fashion community in Berlin and worldwide.
DOWNLOAD SUBMISSION PACKAGE (file name will be: SUBMISSIONS_PACKAGE_SILENCE_IN_KYOTO)
For more resources for getting your art printed on products click here for our art licensing list, and click here for our new Print resources list.
Chaos Mountain, by Meghan Ellie Smith
UncommonGoods has a new series of 2014 Art Contests. For this year’s series of art design challenges, they’re focusing on specific calls for art. Currently, they’re hosting a Mixed Art Design Challenge, an opportunity for artists to submit different mediums of work from digital mixed media to unexpected use of material. They’re looking for different texture or medium combinations such as paint, ink, oil, paper, photography, wood, metallic, and lace. The Mixed Media Art Contest will be judged by Yellow Heart Art Graphic Artist, Leonora Jennifer, Writer of The Jealous Curator, Danielle Krysa, Cakies Blog Editor and Author of Let’s Sew Together, Rubyellen Bratcher, and UncommonGoods Home Décor Buyer, Alexis Campagna. The winner will receive $1000 and 5% royalties on each print that is sold.
Spring Cloud, by Betsy Walton
Formation, by Vicki Rullian and Tom Heaphey
Blooming, by Bianca Green