See your T-shirt design transformed from paper to product in this great competition
Calling all budding designers among you – this is your chance to turn heads in the competitive world of sports apparel and transform your T-shirt ideas into a running reality.
We’re looking to launch the RW running T-shirt - a technical tee destined to make a lasting impact on the running population, not only by bringing together RW members at events across the UK but also through spreading the news of our friendly, supportive community here online.
The winner will get the opportunity to see their design transformed from paper to product, and be among the first recipients of the new garments. Plus, they can expect runners across the country to be sporting their kit before the end of the year.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to hold a graphic design qualification to enter. Whatever your artistic skills or background, we want to hear from you. The panel will consider both conceptual ideas and finished designs so you’ve absolutely no excuse not to get sketching...
Download the templates to design both the front and back of your T-shirt, using either digital software or good old-fashioned pens and paper. Concentrate on colours and calligraphy rather than trimmings – remember the final product will be a basic technical tee so it’s no use getting creative with zips, poppers or pockets as these won’t feature on the final garment.
Once you’re happy with your design, submit your artwork via one of the following means:
Be sure to include your name and daytime phone number with your entry so we can contact you if your design is declared the winner by the Runner’s World panel.
It's strictly one design per entrant, so make sure you’re 100% happy with your design before submitting your entry.
or a red, yellow and white one
No, no, no - a vest is the way to go.
Although the red and yellow with fetcheveryone on it seems quite a novel idea.
We need a slogan:
Shagged, but not in a good way.
More waist less speed.
I'll think of something else.
I do I have one but it was ages ago
<starts getting creative>
I think a nice white T shirt with hundreds of red Poppies on it a nice touch of class
an off the shoulder one ?
I thought Green was the colour these days?
Can Coops have a t-shirt with a target on it please?
How about "Log in. Run on. Drop out."
hmmmm, needs further thought........
I think Login, Run, Beer might be more appropriate for the forum
doh... had designed one, but forgot to submit it.
That's correct Rene, we extended the deadline due to the postal strike.
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