Okay, while so we’re squirreled away in our bunker throwing spitballs at each other and arguing over the contents of #rabble12 – we thought we’d run a design competition with the good folk over at The Tshirt Company and the organisers of the Open Ear festival on Sherkin Island over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
Nothing plants a smile on our face more than opening a box of fresh rabble merch and when someone’s agreed to give us a helping hand on the screen printing, well – that’s like finding a bag of cans under a couch on Good Friday.
So here it is folks, we’re looking for someone to summon the contrary will of our little rabble project and come up with ideas for a tshirt print limited to four colours.
Ideally it’d be something that can be recycled again and again on things like stickers, in print, on badges and on the web. The winner will get all the kudos in the world, one of our bags of madness chock-a-block with a tshirt, rabble goodies and our eternal gratitude.
We like it sharp, full of bite and brimming with iconoclastic wit. So if you know any irreverent smart arse illustrators out there, send this their way. But even if you don’t know your Photoshop from your elbow, that’s okay we’ll take on any idea with merit.
We’re gonna extend the deadline until Monday May 16th, so submit your entries via our contact page. We’ll take any questions there too.
Here’s a PSD mock up template if it helps and you can find out more about The Tshirt Company’s specs on their only gorgeous website. Tickets for Open Ear are available on their website for €75 including camping and there’s a €7 return ferry deal for buzzers.