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Wearable Design

Fashion students invited to enter contest to create CTAHR apparel

  • 21 January 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Wearable Design

Calling all FDM majors and minors: Check out this contest to create a design that illustrates the college’s impact and diversity and looks great! Win great prizes and big bragging rights! CTAHR is going to be making new shirts and other apparel—hats, baby onesies, and more—that will allow faculty, staff, students, and friends to represent the college when they’re interacting with community groups, industry partners, U.S. and state legislators, and the general public.

There are three design categories—submit designs for one or all!

Category 1: Tasteful and professional “business” polo shirt

  • 1st  prize: $700.00
  • 2nd  prize: $500.00
  • 3rd  prize: $400.00

Category 2: Hip, cool, and casual T-shirt

  • 1st  prize: $400.00
  • 2nd  prize: $300.00
  • 3rd  prize: $200.00

Category 3: “Open, no limit” design

  • 1st  prize: $400.00
  • 2nd  prize: $300.00
  • 3rd  prize: $200.00

All winners will receive a certificate. First-prize winners will also be honored at CTAHR’s Annual Banquet, including free admission and dinner.

The contest is open only to FDM majors and minors. Submission deadline is Monday, February 24. All submitted designs become the property of CTAHR and may be used to design the new polo shirts, T-shirts, and any other swag or apparel. Each design should incorporate only two colors, besides the shirt color.

Submit your three designs in a PDF file, along with your name and contact info, to ocs@ctahr.hawaii.edu. Questions? Contact Andy Reilly at AReilly@hawaii.edu

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