WHAT YOU DO:
1. Download the t-shirt template below (entries must contain the Redmap logo and web link provided)
2. Design your own t-shirt
THEME: marine species, marine environment, climate change and/or Redmap – no political statements
3. Submit your design via a post to the Redmap Facebook page.
Include the following information: Name, Category (adult or child), Image title or description, State/Territory (please do not include other personal details).
DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATES HERE:
- T-shirt FRONT only
- T-shirt BACK only
- Redmap Fishpin logo
- Redmap website link
Note you can change the placement of the logo and web link, as long as they both appear somewhere on the t-shirt.
Feel free to design the front or back or both sides of the t-shirt!
1. Adults (2 winners: most Likes & Redmap choice)
2. Children (under 18; 2 winners: most Likes & Redmap choice)
Each winner receives a t-shirt with their own design on it courtesy of Bolt and Run Co. as well as a copy of Graham Edgar's Australian Marine Life book!
Terms and Conditions:
All images, photos and drawings should be the work of, or owned by, the entrant (i.e. no images taken from the internet etc. without permission)
Submission confers ownership of image, permission for Redmap to use in media relating to the competition and promotion of the Redmap project and acceptance of Terms and Conditions
Must be appropriately themed: marine species/environment, climate change/Redmap (imagery portraying political themes will not be considered)
Must be Australian resident
Must use template provided (including Redmap logo on front and website on back)
Must submit via Facebook
Final version may be adjusted by graphic designer for printing
Children must be under 18 years of age and have permission of adult
Redmap Australia retain the right to remove anything deemed offensive or inappropriate
May submit more than one per person (maximum 3 entries)
The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into with entrants
Winners will announced on Facebook in November 2015
Entry into the competition gives Redmap Australia the permission to use and adapt the image in all media and in the promotion of the Redmap project
Total “Likes” will be tallied for each entry between 1-2pm November 5th 2015.
Terms and Conditions are subject to change