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Carry Hope

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

For the next issue of Print we have invited 12 leading visual artists to choose a cause they would like to support and create a design for tote bags that will be sold on MyDesignShop.com. One hundred percent of the profits from these bags will go to the causes chosen by the artists.


The artists included in this project are:

Atélier Telescopique: Fondation de France

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Christoph Niemann: Doctors Without Borders Deanne Cheuk: Smile Train

Ed Fella: KPFK Radio

Geoff McFetridge

HORT: Amnesty International

James Joyce: Save the Children UK

Laurent Fetis: World Wildlife Fund

Rick Valicenti / Thirst: CASA of Cook County

Si Scott: World Wildlife Fund

Spin: Bone Cancer Research UK

We are now opening up submissions to the public and would love for you to participate. Choose a cause you’d like to support, and create a design for it that can be printed on a tote. Several winning designs and artists will be featured in the magazine. The first place winner will have his

or her creation printed onto a bag and will also get to choose one

of the totes made by our commissioned designers. The winner’s bag will be available in our online store and the profits will go to his/her selected charity.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

The totes are 16 inches long by 15 inches wide. The maximum print area is 10 inches by 12 inches. Download our PDF template as a

basis for creating your art. You can choose up to two ink colors for

your design.


Above is an example of how your submission should look. Use the template we’ve provided to make a 72 dpi JPEG at full size, and submit your file to printcarryhope@gmail.com.

Along with your entry, please include the following information:

Name: Email: Phone Number: Charity: Brief description of your solution and how it relates to the charity:

Deadline: 3/15/10

Thank you for your submissions. We look forward to seeing your work!

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