Curtis Kulig's "LOVE ME" Gets Blanked
Having previously collaborated with D*Face (covered here) crowd-sourcing design platform, Blank You Very Much return with a new competition, this time together with New York based artist, Curtis Kulig, joining forces to give designers and followers the opportunity to design t-shirt graphics using official assets for CURTIS KULIG, and his legendary "LOVE ME" iconic design for a chance to win $500!
The competition is open to the Blank You Very Much community (you too can join!), which consists of nearly 40,000 graphic designers, artists, and fans. Blank You Very Much is an e-commerce and design platform created by streetwear impresario Darren Romanelli who has "blanked" a number of iconic sport and lifestyle brands including HUF, Pelé, Coca-Cola, Burton Snowboards and more.
To sign up and take part in the competition make you way over to the Blank You Very Much website here, where you can also view some of the design which have already been uploaded. The contest is open worldwide, you must be over 18 years of age to enter, you may submit as many designs as you want! You have until January 31st, 2014 at 11:59pm to get your designs in so get busy! The winners will be announced shortly after February 5th, 2014.
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